Israel is busy ethnically cleansing Gaza and actively seeking to export that population to Europe, a senior Israeli Government official has told The Times of Israel, boasting that last year alone, 35,000 Gazans were permanently resettled in white nations.
In an article titled “Israel actively pushing Palestinian emigration from Gaza, official says,” the Times of Israel quoted an anonymous “senior Israeli official” as saying that “Israel is actively promoting the emigration of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip, and is working to find other countries who may be willing to absorb them.”
In addition, the report said, “Israel is ready to carry the costs of helping Gazans emigrate, and would even be willing to consider allowing them to use an Israeli air field close to Gaza to allow them to leave for their new host countries, the official said, apparently referring to air force bases deep inside Israel.”
The Times of Israel said that the “senior official, in Ukraine as part of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s delegation to Kiev, spoke on condition of anonymity,” pointed out that “more than 35,000 Gazans left the Strip in 2018, the official said, not including those who left but later returned. That’s a pretty high number,” the senior official said.
According to the official, European and Middle Eastern countries had been approached by Israel to accept Gazans who want to leave the Strip, but none had agreed to absorb them.
The official said the National Security Council had been spearheading the effort, with Netanyahu’s blessing, for about a year. The program has been discussed in the security cabinet several times, the official said.
The National Security Council has recently spoken to European leaders and even countries in the region, asking if they were ready to accept Palestinians who want to leave the Strip, he said. So far, no country has agreed to absorb them, though. However, an “independent emigration” continues by those Gazans who manage to find host countries on their own, the official said.
The article did not, of course, point out the real reason behind the program: namely that it remains the Jews’ long-term intention to expel all Palestinians from Greater Israel to secure the majority Jewish nature of that state—in order to firmly establish the Jewish ethnostate.
The Times of Israel did admit that the Jewish blockade of Gaza—which forms an integral part of the plan to drive the Gazans out—shares “one tightly controlled civilian crossing with Israel,” and that “most Gazans leave the Strip via the Rafah crossing with Egypt, which is only opened sporadically.
“While the crossing is intended for brief trips out of the beleaguered enclave, many residents — mainly young and educated — use the Rafah crossing as an opportunity to escape permanently, usually seeking refugee status in Europe,” the Times of Israel noted.