Expert Says Gaza Seaport is to Facilitate Mass Migration of Palestinians to Europe

Above: long held as an ideal by hard line Zionists, Greater Israel includes all the Palestinian lands of Gaza and the West Bank. Plus parts of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.

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A Middle Eastern expert says the “hidden objective” behind the U.S. building a seaport in Gaza is to facilitate the mass migration of Palestinians to Europe.

On its way to Gaza, a US Navy lighterage system craft that connects to the off loading of a Sealift Command ship and can be used as an embarkation/disembarkation facility. Click to enlarge

President Joe Biden announced during his State of the Union speech last week that the U.S. Military would establish an “emergency mission to establish a port in the Gaza Strip” to get humanitarian aid to the Palestinian enclave.

However, according to Hisham Khreisat, a Jordanian military and strategic affairs expert, “the floating port off the shores of Gaza is a humanitarian facade hiding voluntary migration to Europe.”

“This military tactical port will receive Israeli approval because Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been seeking this idea since the beginning of the war, aiming for the voluntary displacement of Gazans and their flee to Europe,” Khreisat told Anadolu Agency.

According to the news agency, the port is designed to encourage “voluntary Palestinian migration to Europe and eliminating the role of the Rafah border crossing with Egypt, essentially placing Israel in control of all Gaza crossings and ending any Palestinian sovereignty over them.”

Using the port to accelerate the transfer of Palestinians to Europe would line up with previously revealed objectives.

As we document in the video above a leaked Israeli intelligence document revealed a plan to ‘expel’ 2.2 million Palestinian refugees and send them to Europe, Canada and the United States.

The document, produced by Israel’s Intelligence Ministry, stated that one of the goals of the war with Gaza was to encourage western countries to facilitate the “absorption and settlement” of Gazan refugees.

In November last year, Danny Danon (Likud) and Ram Ben-Barak (Yesh Atid) wrote a bi-partisan op-ed for the Wall Street Journal calling on “countries around the world to accept limited numbers of Gazan families who have expressed a desire to relocate.”

According to Danon, at the time, Israel had already received offers from several countries in South America and Africa to take in Palestinian refugees.

“Some of them asked for payment and some of them asked for other things,” noted Danon.

In December, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was looking for western countries to “absorb” large numbers of Palestinian refugees created by Israel’s bombing of Gaza.

“Our problem is countries that are ready to absorb them and we are working on it,” Netanyahu said.

Given Europe’s problems with the millions of migrants that have entered the continent since 2015, there would likely be a massive backlash against any proposal to welcome more.

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