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Uploaded on Jul 22, 2009
http://www.palwatch.org/site/modules/... A Palestinian man is interviewed on the official Palestinian Authority television station. He shows a picture of himself as a young man, taken in June 1948 in front of his house. He says that the Arab radio stations repetitively kept telling the Palestinians to leave the frontline for at most two weeks, and then the Arab regimes will bring the Palestinians back to Ein-Kerem, near Jerusalem. The man says they thought two weeks was too long of a time, and now 50 years have gone by. PA TV (Fatah), July 7, 2009.
Palestinian man: "This picture of me was taken a week before we left Ein-Kerem [near Jerusalem], in June 1948, in front of our house. The radio stations of the Arab regimes kept repeating to us: 'Get away from the frontline. It's a matter of ten days or at most two weeks, and we'll bring you back to Ein-Kerem.' And we said to ourselves, 'That's a very long time. Two weeks is too much.' That's what we thought [then]. And now 50 years have gone by."