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Yazur - يازور : A Happy New Jewish Emigrant In Yazur Soon After Its Occupation, 1948
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Yazur - يازور : A Happy New Jewish Emigrant In Yazur Soon After Its Occupation, 1948

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Posted by ابراهيم الحلبي on April 8, 2010 #109151

الاستاذ عبد الزاق جبريل استاذي واشكره على هذا الرد واضيف ان يازور ستعود ولو بقي يازوري واحد. ولن يبقى اي ياهودي في ارضي ارض يازور باذن الله ستعود ارض الاجداد زهرة قرة فلسطين باشجاره وبياراتها وسنبقى شوكة في عين اليهود
Posted by Abdul-Razzaq Jebril on June 28, 2009 #81553

'hturko' says:'Yazur has a present and a future, hopefully a peaceful one'.
We say:'Yazur also has a past - a history: the history of our forefathers; the Palestinian ancestors.'
'What peace are you talking about?!'
'First of all, think of going back to your original homeland and don't be deceived by your leaders' fake who committed the worst massacres ever known against unarmed people of Palestine.'
Posted by hturko on May 20, 2008 #38740

I grew up in Yazur, 1949-1964 then immigrated to the US. I do recall the lack of housing. In my minds eye I can probably still count the number of homes and destroyed foundations in the town. 800+ does not compute nor does the math of 4500 residents and in 1948 and 29000 refugees today. I do not dispute the horror of war nor can I nor anyone else justify the damage it does to humanity. I have visited this website several times because I too feel a connection to it. I salute you for your work and for making what appears to be a true effort at remembering the horrible past. Yazur has a present and a future, hopefully a peaceful one. If allowed I will post some photos from my childhood.