(Israelnationalnews.com) Those who took part in the unsuccessful “Fly-In” intended to invade locations of Arab villages that were abandoned in 1948, together with Arab descendants of people who lived there. The press barely mentioned this because the mainstream media propagates the illusion that Arabs only seek land that they forfeited in 1967. This media behavior was explained by investigative journalist David Bedein in a news interview with Arutz Sheva’s Hebrew language service. http://www.inn.co.il/News/News.aspx/222551 The entire Fly-In was organized by an organization named Al Awda – The Return – and activists were equipped with accurate maps of locations within Israel that had become Jewish communities after 1948. www.PalestineRemembered.com These sites are not in Judea and Samaria, which were only acquired by Israel in 1967. According to Bedein, the participants located descendants of Arabs who fled from these locations in 1948. The descendants live in the United States, Canada and Europe. They traveled with them to countries from which Israel does not require a visa and set out to Israel with the intent of holding demonstrations in Yafo, Lod, Tzfat and other locations. Participants had to be citizens of countries which did not need a visa to enter Israel. He said he had a list of countries issued by the Israeli foreign ministry of countries whose citizens need an entrance visa for Israel. According to memos sent out by the organizers “It was desirable that Palestinians arriving in Israel come from families expelled from villages inside the Green Line and who could “prove” their ancestry (to emphasize their claim to the “right of return”). According to a previous interview wi