Vilken rätt då? Hur är det med rätten för 850.000 judar att återvända till arabländer?
Fler judar har kastats ut från arabiska länder än araber som flytt från Israel
En miljon finländare har sina rötter i den del av Karelen som idag hör till Ryssland. Ryssarna fördrev 300.000 finnar från Karelen under kriget. Har ättlingarna till dem i Finland rätt att återvända till öst Karelen ,idag Ryssland?
– Nej, lika lite som de palestinier som en gång flydde från Israel har rätt att flytta tillbaka till det som idag är Israel:
Land for the Refugees 1 (1954)
Land for the Refugees 2 (1954)
The Palestinian Right of Return Exposed with the example from Finland but you can also find it in Europe after the II WW: Wikipedia:
By 1950, a total of approximately 12 million Germans had fled or been expelled from east-central Europe into the areas which would become post-war Germany andAllied-occupied Austria. Some sources put the total at 14 million, including migrants to Germany after 1950 and the children born to the expellees. The largest numbers came from territories ultimately ceded to Poland and the Soviet Union (about 7 million), and from Czechoslovakia (about 3 million). During the Cold War, the West German government also considered as expellees about 1 million ethnic German colonists settled in territories conquered by Nazi Germany in east and west Europe. This was the largest of all the post-war expulsions from Central and Eastern Europe, which displaced more than 20 million people in total. The events have been variously described as population transfer, ethnic cleansing or genocide.
The Partition of India was the partition of the British Indian Empire that led to the creation of the sovereign states of the Dominion of Pakistan (it later split into the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and thePeople’s Republic of Bangladesh) and the Union of India (later Republic of India) on 15 August 1947. ”Partition” here refers not only to the division of the Bengal province of British India into East Pakistan andWest Bengal (India), and the similar partition of the Punjab province into Punjab (West Pakistan) and Punjab, India, but also to the respective divisions of other assets, including the British Indian Army, theIndian Civil Service and other administrative services, the railways, and the central treasury.
In the riots which preceded the partition in the Punjab region, between 200,000 to 500,000 people were killed in the retributive genocide. UNHCR estimates 14 million Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims were displaced during the partition; it was the largest mass migration in human history.