BlackHouse, Sep. 12 – Netanyahu visits Argentina amid the ongoing worries about the reasons and aims behind the travel.
The emergence of Israel as an autonomous nation was decided in the first half of twentieth century with a group of extremist Jews who believed the long-time oppression against Jews must be over with the foundation of a Jewish country. The group decided that Palestine would be a suitable location for the establishment of the country.
Jews from around the world were called to Palestine, what they called the “promised lands.” The breakout of second World War with the empowerment of Nazis and mass-killing of Jews by German troops made the ground more fertile for the Jewish community to encourage more Jews in moving to Palestine as a way to keep safe.
It was years later that the secret ties between the German dictator and Jewish community leaders were divulged. In 1948, three years after the end of World War, and following years of conflicts with the Palestinian citizens, Israel was officially approved as a country by the United Nations. Since then and in various phases, more than 70% of Palestinian lands were occupied. Besides, thousands have been killed, millions injured and displaced. Violence, as a prominent feature of Israel, has been a status quo in the Palestinian occupied lands.
The model of occupation in Palestine, silent and gradual, is being used for Zionists to extend their occupation to other parts of the world. Argentina, the country with sixth most populated Jews, is evidently the next target. Patagonia, a shared land between Argentina and Chile, is claimed by Zionists to be another promised land of Jews.
Like in 20th century in Palestine, the Jews are called to move and live in Patagonia by Israelis. Encouragement of different kinds are determined for the Jews to be tempted to move there. Israeli Prime Minister’s travel to Argentina must be looked upon beyond a simple political visit. His first day in Argentina was fully allocated to the Jews in the country evading to start political visits. The “new era in relations between Israel and Latin America” must be a new era of adjacency followed by occupation in a new Palestine; Patagonia.