Political ideology which cannot stand reciprocity is fatally flawed. To establish my home, you must lose yours is an argument made by necessity. It is a moral travesty and a guarantor of human tragedy.
Abbas demands little
If Spanish Muslims wanted to go back home, could they? And if they dispossessed the Spanish Catholics in the process, on what basis would we declare this wrong?Haroon Moghul
We hear much talk of how the United Nations decided this state of affairs. Why did the United Nations, a body composed at the time largely of Western and colonizing powers, get to decide what an indigenous population got and did not get? How does this make any sense? (Note, for example, that India and Pakistan, which had very little reason to agree with each other on anything, both voted against the U.N.'s partition.)
Let us see this in context.