For a long time, I refused to use the "P" word at all, unless it was in quoted text. Then I vainly I admit began adding it, with "sic" before and both italicized, to attract google and other internet searches to my blogs. But if he's correct, I guess I need a new way of mentioning that false people, the one invented by the British to prevent the Jewish People from receiving all of our Historic Homeland. The Balfour Declaration declared that we, the Jewish People, should be given our Land, which the international community had labeled "Palestine." But then the British brought in the Hashemites, declared them to be the rulers (king) over the territory east of the Jordan River and began inventing a history, culture etc.
That act was typical of the way the British treated their "colonies." They played G-d.
I have always placed the "sic" before, because we must say "bli neder" before the thing we don't pledge to do. I feel it necessary to indicate that the "Palestinians" sic are a false nation before the word is even read or pronounced. After over a decade of EFL teaching, I have no doubt that people don't read all the words, so I need to warn them that I don't recognize a separate Arab nation here.
But back to proper grammar combined with accurate history. I guess I ought to write it this way:
Does anyone have a better idea?