A Palestinian demonstrating support for the PFLP terror group. (AP Photo/Adel Hana) (AP Photo/Adel Hana)
A supporter of the PFLP terrorist organization, whose flag flew in London. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)

After a recent report indicated that Trump may remove the Palestinian “right of return” from the negotiating table, perhaps it’s time to remind the world the real meaning of this popular Palestinian rallying cry.

One of the Palestinians’ primary demands in their ongoing conflict with Israel is the “right of return,” which ostensibly refers to their contention that every descendant of an Arab who abandoned or was expelled from territory that became the State of Israel after its war for independence has the “right” to return to what is now Israel.

The Palestinians grant this “right” to every succeeding generation of descendants, regardless of their citizenship in the US, Jordan, Germany or any other country, massively inflating the number of Palestinian “refugees” into the millions.

In this video, David Bedein of the Center for Near East Policy Research, explains a sinister feature of the Palestinian “right of return,” which involves murdering the Israeli Jews who now inhabit the Holy Land.