Palestinian Nazi ideology and its population hoax


The subject of defrauding western taxpayers in propping up for seven decades Palestinian Nazi ideology is a subject worthy of differentiating from the Palestinian population hoax.

When statistics are presented by those with presumed credibility, we as individuals generally accept those statistics as being reliable.

However, statistics should never be taken at face value, they should always be scrutinized and where possible validated before third party use.  The competencies, aims and objectives of those originating, using and thereafter presenting the statistics may be manipulated in such a way as to conceal the statistical truth.  An example of analytical distrust has been apparent with the global COVID pandemic statistics and the methodology and correctness of the data collected and thereafter the way commentators have been presenting the data. Doubts have been raised about the reliability of the data which is now being constantly challenged.

As a political researcher with a specific interest in Middle Eastern affairs my attention is constantly drawn to the statistics presented concerning the Palestinian population explosion which after extensive research, I believe to be either miraculous or more likely a total hoax. Further, research indicates that the logic for the creativity in the Palestinian population growth is based on the total financial greed of the Palestinian leaders as we shall discover. The Palestinian revenue stream from western tax payers has only one criteria – the number of Palestinians.

A Google search on the subject firstly identifies a ‘Brief Report on the Population of Palestine’ at the end of 2021 by Dr. Ola Awad, President of the Palestinian Bureau of Statistics. The report estimates a total Palestinian population of 14 million, of whom 3.2 million and 2.1 million live in the West Bank and Gaza respectively. The report estimates 1.7 million Palestinians live in current day Israel and the remaining 7 million live abroad mainly in Arab countries. Third in the search engine list is a report titled ‘World Population Review’ and would seem to confirm the Palestinian and Israeli territory population but makes no reference to the Palestinian diaspora statistics.

Fourth in the Google search identifies an article dated May 13, 2020 by Qais Abu Samra with a contribution by Ahmad Asmar indicating the Palestinian population has multiplied by a factor of nine since 1948.

Apart from these very recent articles there is no previous certified, historical data produced by any, Palestinian individual, group nor organization on the subject of Palestinian demographics.  A thorough review of the various search engines reveals no population reports by any Palestinian individual nor organization other than the very recent reports alluded to which remarkably account for three of the top five searches. Given that we are continuously informed that the Palestinians are indigenous to the geography one would have expected to find a pre 21st century report by a person or group identifying as Palestinian about their own historical population statistics. Alas, nothing. This in itself indicates to me that simply the Palestinian people did not exist at that time but were, as history validates an invention of the 1960’s. Nevertheless, let us continue.

Further investigation identifies a comprehensive selection of reports, such as the ‘The Population of Palestine’ by Justin McCarthy, 1990, spanning nearly 300 pages and full of tables and statistical data. Just what I need as a researcher in order to produce this article.

McCarthy quite naturally refers to  data created under Ottoman  rule ( 1517 – 1917 ) and British rule during the mandate period for recorded output up to 1947 which is entirely appropriate. From just a selected sample of dates and data regarding the total population of Palestine the following statistics are recorded.

Year Total Pop (000’s) Muslims Christians Jews
1800 275 246 22 7
1914 689 525 70 94
1931 1033 760 89 175
1947 1970 1181 143 30

Reference to these statistics have been used in other reports on the subject by Alexander Scholch, Sergio Della Pergola, David Grossman and Roberto Bachi and all included data extracted from the Ottoman Census 1878 and British Census Surveys between 1921 and 1947. One such British survey would have been the Interim Report on the Civil Administration of Palestine of 1920/21. In my opinion the selected statistics identified within table above are reliable and accurate.

The majority of researchers concluded that natural reproduction combined with immigration from neighboring countries were the only two factors responsible for the population increase of Arab Muslims in Palestine. Let’s review a few of the many examples of Arab immigration spanning the period 1840 – 1945 coinciding unsurprisingly with the years of Zionism.

After two Egyptian Ottoman conflicts thousands of Egyptians went to Palestine to work, many having deserted from the Egyptian army where conscription had been introduced. David Grossman , political historian, estimates that between 1829 and 1841 up to 30,000 Egyptians had immigrated into the area. During the 1860’s there was significant immigration by Algerian Moors and Kurds escaping domestic conflicts, both ethnicities taking advantage of the economic benefits that Zionism was creating. Up to ten thousand Arabs from the Beni Sahr tribe, west of the Jordan river also came to Palestine for work opportunities in the late 19th century as described by the Senior British diplomat at the time, Sir John Finn. Bosnian Muslims escaping from the Austro – Hungarian occupation of the area fearful of Christian persecution also came in their thousands during the same late 19th century period.

The Governor of Hauran Province in Syria, Tewlik Bey El Hourani, in an interview with the journal, La Syne August 1934, complained that nearly 40,000 Syrians had left Syria to work in Palestine. Historians Martin Gilbert and Itzhak Galnoor recognized and confirmed in their research the tens of thousands of Arab immigrants in the first half of the twentieth century. For those interested there is numerous written researches on all these different immigration events.

In May 1939 in the House of Commons, Winston Churchill alluded to mass Arab immigration into Palestine.

“So far from being persecuted the Arabs have crowded into Palestine and multiplied until their population has increased more than even all of world Jewry”.

This statement should be used in any debate countering the claims that Palestinians were from time immemorial an indigenous majority.

Colonel Richard Meinertzhagen, Senior British diplomat in the Middle East recorded in his Diaries 1917 -1956 the continuous influx of Arabs from neighboring countries during the Zionist movement as did Sir John Finn who undertook a similar senior diplomatic role before Meinertzhagen.

The overwhelming research on Arab Muslim population growth by those experts on the subject conclude that immigration driven by conflict and the economic benefits created by Zionism, together with natural reproduction were the factors determining the Arab population increase within today’s wider Israel, yesterday’s Palestine. Unsurprisingly one of the main factors on the natural growth rate was the higher living standards and improved health care created by the Zionist influx. The fact that even a tiny minority of ‘experts’ such as McCarthy and one Yehoshua Porath refused to consider immigration from Arab countries as being a major factor in Palestine’s population growth is quite remarkable. On further scrutiny however it is clearly apparent from the tone of their writings that their bias paralleled their contempt to explore the obvious. Less remarkable was why contemporary British Government reports downplayed the influx of both legal and illegal Arab (and Jewish) immigration into Palestine.  Unable to establish control over the geography under their mandate such immigration was clearly a political embarrassment to them.

Freddy Liebreich established for example that the tens of thousands of immigrants from Syria mentioned above was debated in the British Parliament in 1947 but never recorded in any British survey report.

Similarly, this perhaps parallels the current British Government’s attempts to play down cross channel immigration despite pledging to do so in their manifesto. Stay silent and no one notices seems to be a mantra of the post WW2 British administration in Palestine and the current Government in the UK.

During all this extensive research there is a standout observation. No record from any of those expert statisticians or historians identify a demographic called Palestinians. Arabs, yes, Muslims, yes, Kurds and Bosnians, yes, Christians and Jews yes, and a number of other ethnicities and nationalities but none called Palestinians.  This demographic has neither been ignored nor eliminated from the statistics taken from all those researchers and historians and is in fact entirely consistent with the evidence provided by numerous itinerant scribes throughout the Ottoman period and indeed before.

In the following selection of all those who recorded their journeys to Palestine, current day Israel, none noted a nation, group, race, culture nor people called Palestinians.

Siebald Rieter, 1426 – 1488, Maps to Jerusalem.

Berhard von Breydenbach, 1440 – 1497, Pilgrimage.

Felix Fabri, 1451 – 1502, Pilgrim and Preacher.

Martin Kabatnik, 1428 – 1503, From Jerusalem to Cairo.

Arnold van Harff, 1471 – 1505, The Pilgrimage.

Father Michael Naud, died circa 1674, The Jerusalem Connection.

John Bowles, 1701 – 1779, The Twelve Tribes Map.

Edward Robinson, 1794 – 1863, Biblical Researches.

Sir George Gawler, 1795 – 1869, Syria and its Near Prospects.

Sir George Adam Smith. 1856 -1942, Jerusalem.

These travelling scholars never witnessed nor recorded a group calling themselves Palestinians because they never existed. The Palestinians as we know them today are a creation of the 1960’s – an invention to take land from the legally created State of Israel. Indeed, many Arab leaders, scholars, historians and indeed former Palestinian terrorists have stated and recorded as such.

Joseph Farah, Arab scholar in ‘Myths and the Middle East’ 2002 wrote:

“There has never been a land known as Palestine governed by a people called Palestinians. Palestinians are Arabs, indistinguishable from Jordanians, (another recent invention), Syrians, Iraqis etc. Keep in mind the Arabs control 99.9 percent of the Middle East lands. Israel represents one tenth of one percent of the landmass. But that is too much for the Arabs. They want it all. And that is ultimately what the fighting in Israel is about today. No matter how many land concessions the Israelis make it will never be enough”.

Previous Arab leaders stated thus.

Auni -Bey Abdul, Syrian Arab delegate to the 1937 Peel Commission:

“There is no such land as Palestine. It is a term invented by the Zionists. There is no Palestine in the Quran”.

Ahmad Shukran, Arab delegate to the United Nations, 1956:

“Such a creature as Palestine does not exist at all”.

Zuhair Mushin, military commander of the PLO and member of the PLO Executive Council, to the Dutch journal Trouvw ,1977:

“There are no Palestinians, we are Jordanians, Syrians and Lebanese. We are all part of one nation. It is only for political reasons that we carefully underline our Palestinian identity…yes, the existence of a separate Palestinian identity serves only tactical purpose. The founding of a Palestinian state is a new tool in the continuing battle against Israel”.

It is apparent that the population statistics up to 1947 are reliable and identify that the Arab Palestinian Muslim and Christian population totals 1,324,000 created both by Arab immigration and natural population growth. However, the current population as per internally produced Palestinian ‘experts’ and calculated as being seven million domestically and 14 million in total requires further investigation as this defies human reproduction logic.

Some comparisons are necessary to expose the Palestinian hoax. Indonesia is one country within the highest growth rate parameters and aligned to a national demographic as are the Palestinians. The population of Indonesia is currently 277 million people and in 1949 it was 69 million people an increase of 291 percent. Indonesia is known for exporting its labor force and there are currently 1.6 million Indonesians living abroad. All these statistics were reliably sourced including from the Indonesian Information Ministry. If Indonesia, as stated a high population growth nation followed the Palestinian growth example, the domestic population of Indonesia would be 350 million and there would be that same number living abroad.

The United Kingdom is a multiracial, multi-religious nation that has welcomed immigrants from a variety of countries. During the period from 1947 to 2022 the population increase has been 26.7 per cent domestically. The Palestinian population domestically has risen from 1.2 million to 7 million an incredible increase of 483 per cent in a similar period. Had the UK’s population grown at a similar rate the current population would be 239 million and not 67.5 million. Let’s relate this to another comparable. The population of New York in the same time period has increased by 56 percent and given New York is a city of migrants and enjoys an historically high birth rate the New York and United Kingdom as a Palestinian comparable is entirely reasonable.  Had New York replicated Palestinian population growth the numbers would be 58 million New Yorkers and not the current 18.8 million (12 million in 1947).

The extraordinary claim that the Palestinian population in the diaspora is another 7 million, the majority supposedly in Arab countries according to the Palestinian Reports, would therefore mean that the actual reproduction rate of Palestinians since 1947 is nearly 1000 per cent.  The statistics produced by the recent Palestinian reports which appear as Googles top ‘go to’ identifiers are frankly ridiculous.  Moreover, we know that since 1948 Palestinian immigration both forced and natural to Arab countries has been in the tens of thousands and not in the hundreds of thousands nor millions as the reports suggest. The biggest forced export of Palestinians to another country was when Jordan and Pakistan militarily defeated the Palestinians in the early 1970’s. Known as Black September nearly one hundred thousand Palestinians went to Tunisia after approximately 10,000 were killed by the combined Jordanian-Pakistan armies.

In Iraq, Saddam allowed entry to Palestinians (to anger the Shia Arabs whom he despised) but after his overthrow, Iranian and Iraqi government backed Shia militias ‘ethnically’ cleansed the Palestinians and all went back from whence they came, Jordan. Those Palestinians who were then working in the Gulf States were also ‘ethnically’ cleansed for their support for Saddam and they too went back to Jordan but again their numbers were in the tens of thousands. Therefore, the mathematical calculation that there are currently a total of 7 million Palestinians in the diaspora, mainly in Arab countries is totally preposterous. And yet how many of those interested in the subject who use these search engines for validation would go into this comparative analytical detail to explain the hoax that is obvious?

No, group, religion, ethnicity, nation, tribe nor culture has reproduced in seventy years by nearly 500 percent, let alone 1000 percent in history. The Palestinians are indeed an anthropological miracle.

What is not a hoax nor a miracle however are the billions of dollars poured into the coffers of Palestinian leaders and terrorist groups since 1948 from the United Nations, the Arab League and the European Union. The political and moral indecency of certain NGO’s within the United Nations base their donor contributions to the Palestinians on the Palestinian population figures. Now you begin to understand.

Fraud, moral corruption and the imbecilic thinking that billions of dollars could eliminate the Jewish State of Israel by arming Nazi ideologists such as Hamas and Hezbollah have been a distinct failure. Indeed, the Abraham Accords have witnessed a pragmatic approach to Arab Israel relations which are on an unstoppable upward trajectory to the utter dismay of the Palestinians, Hamas, BDS and countries such as the Republic of Ireland still dreaming of criminalizing trade with Israel.

The subject of defrauding western taxpayers in propping up for seven decades Palestinian Nazi ideology is a subject worthy of differentiating from the Palestinian population hoax. Watch this space.

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Peter Baum
Peter Baum, Editor (International Political Affairs) to Blitz is a research-scholar, who writes extensively on Israel, Holocaust, Zionism, Middle East, Anti-Semitism, and other issues. Peter Baum has worked for four decades in the International Financial Markets specializing in the Capital Market. He held directorships at large International Financial Institutions and ended career as consultant to an Investment Management company. Baum is a member of the Institute of Directors. He has worked extensively abroad in the Asia, Africa, the USA and Europe and after retirement spends his time as a political researcher, activists and columnist. In addition to his engagement with Blitz, Peter Baum has also been writing for the Gatestone Institute, Conservative Woman and Decisive Liberty and has appeared numerous times on TV and radio mainly talking about Israel and the Middle East.


  1. Peter

    Two important facts on the non-existence of the “Palestinians” before their creation in 1964 by the PLO Charter:
    1. The 1922 League of Nations Mandate for Palestine referred only to the Arab residents of Palestine as forming part of the “existing non-Jewish communities” in Palestine whose “civil and religious rights” were not to be prejudiced. No mention was made of any “political rights” being vested in this group because Turkey had ruled the area for the previous 400 years and its rule was now over.
    2. Annual Reports to the League of Nations by the Mandatory referred only to “Christians”, Moslems”, “Jews” and “Others” – not “Palestinians”.

    You can read the 1936 Report at:

    The world was taken for a ride with the creation of UNRWA – a multi-billion dollar mistake which has been allowed to continue for over 70 years and needs to be ended – with the moneys being directed to real refugee crises like that happening in Ukraine before our very eyes.


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