مفهوم الترانسفير في الفكر الصهيونب بعد قبام اسرائيل (1948-2007)
كمال محمد عبد القادر حمدان
This study deals with the concept of transfer and deporting the Palestinians in the Zionist thought between the years 1948 - 2007, and offered the most important Zionist's plans and projects , and ways of it's embodiment in the Zionist laws and in the governmental and political parties programs, and discussed the Zionist interpretations and excuses of it's implementation. The researcher found, in the light of modern Zionist's plans of populations exchange, that most of the Arabic literatures focused on the deporting process in 1948, and monitored a lack of attention to this concept after 1948. He used several writings in Arabic and Hebrew for this purpose. The historical approach was used by reviewing the development of the Zionist ideas and the analytical method was used in analyzing the transfer dimensions and their repercussions. The (K.A.P) method was also used to investigate the concept when it was an idea in the Zionist conscious, till it became an attitude, then reflected in the Zionist plans, laws, and practices. The most important results are: the depth of the concept of transfer in the Zionist awareness, thought and culture. Transfer had enrooted in the Zionist public proposals, laws and in their expansionist strategies. The researcher concluded that the Zionists took demography as a vehicle in implementing the transfer. Also, all the Zionist's mainstream trends have opposed the refugees' right of return which keeps Israel as sole Jewish State despite their allegations of democracy. They practiced the discrimination policies, continued the transfer plans after 1948 in the form of expulsion and resettlement plans of the Palestinians on systematic bases. The researcher recommended the establishing and developing of research centers to expose the Zionist extremism, and to reveal the risks of the recent ideas of population and the lands swaps, and to work against the ignorance and denying the right of return. The educational curricula should stress the importance of the right of return and the transfer issues and promote the refugees programs, activities and support their institutions.