The Black Kettle pointed me to this article in The American Thinker by James Arlandson ...The Palestinian media say that Jesus was a Palestinian. A Dutch film says the same. Would the so-called "historical" Jesus recognize the label? How did he refer to his homeland, even under Roman occupation? Clarity and historical accuracy, not politics, is the purpose of this article.Arlonson, using the New Testament, goes on to make citation upon citation of what Jesus Himself and others have said about Israel's heritage.
Here are the basic facts, in all the New Testament references that name Jesus' country.
Of course, since they aren't from the MSM or Quran, these will be dismissed as irrelevant.