The Jihad against Israel is not about land

 Mahmoud Abbas succeeded in fooling the world:

“The entire free world has accepted your history, your aspirations and your hopes with the utmost respect,”–

there in lies the rub: its a fake history, its the aspirations of annihilation of the Jews and a respect that is undeserved and should not be given.

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Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said over the weekend that the PA leader’s speech from the podium at the U.N. General Assembly was the “worst example of anti-israel incitement and vitriol” he had ever heard.

Throughout his address, Abbas referred to Israel as a “colonial occupying power” and accused the Jewish State of deliberately targeting civilians, arbitrarily destroying crops, and demolishing schools, mosques and hospitals. He demanded that the U.N. recognize Judea, Samaria and major portions of Israel’s capital city, Jerusalem, as the PA’s hoped-for state  and that Israel end all construction in Jewish communities in those areas as a precondition for any talks.

Abbas also accused Israel of destroying Islamic holy sites and claimed the IDF sent “attack dogs” against Palestinian Authority Arabs. In addition, he also called for the release of all jailed PA terrorists, including murderers with blood on their hands, whom he referred to as “political prisoners.”

During his trip back to Ramallah, Abbas told the London-based Arab daily newspapera-Sharq al-Awsat that Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was the “last” leader with whom he could reach a final status agreement, “since he holds tough and almost ideological positions.”  (link)

Pal-Arab Female (Jordanian Passport Holder) Explains What Palestinians Truly Believe

Our friends over at United West provide some revealing information on how Jordanian’s or as they like to be called Palestinians truly think. When Walid was young and living in the “West Bank” he saluted the Jordanian Flag and prayed for King Hussein of Jordan. Walid’s father held a Jordanian passport. So this Palestinian woman who lives in Dearborn confirms the truth.

Senior Palestinian Official: Bringing Jerusalem Back Under Muslim Control Is Main Objective of Islamic Awakening

Earlier this year Khaled al-Qoddoumi told Ahlul Bayt News Agency that the ultimate goal of the movement was to free the entire Palestinian land, destroy the Zionist regime and rescue the revered Quds from the claws of the Zionists.

Khaled al-Qoddoumi, the senior Hamas representative in Iran, announced today that the main objective of the Islamic Awakening is to bring Jerusalem back under Muslim control.
Iranian Fars News reported:

Collapse of dictatorial regimes by popular uprisings in the region has posed a major threat to the Israeli regime, a senior Palestinian figure said, and added that bringing Beit al-Moghaddas (Jerusalem) back to Muslim control is the main demand of the recent Muslim revolutions and growing Islamic awakening in the region.  (GWP)

 Islamic Terror Coverup:

The revelation Sunday that evidence points to terrorist involvement in the deaths of a young father and son near Kiryat Arba did not come as a surprise to local leaders, who had suggested from the beginning that the incidentmay have been a terror attack. What caused outrage is police’s initial insistence that the fatal crash was caused by driver error.   Outrage in Knesset over Police Coverup in Fatal Terror Attack

 More on Abbas:

Mudar Zahran on the real reasons Abbas went to the UN:

Today Abbas is an illegitimate “president,” who has overstayed his term two years by refusing to hold free elections; unable to enforce his government’s authority on the Gaza Strip, or even to return to his own house there which was seized by Hamas when it took over the Gaza Strip in 2005, forcing out Abbas’s Palestinian Leadership Organization [PLO] in a matter of days. Hamas has since consolidated its rule over the Gaza strip, with no sign of Abbas and his fellow PLO leaders being able to restore their authority there. Hamas has consistently shown carelessness, to say the least, toward any “reconciliation” with Abbas, and has not offered any concessions whatever in that regard….[But] At the UN, Abbas was the Palestinians’ hero. He was speaking their woes and representing their worries to the world. It did not mater to the average Palestinian that Abbas and other PA officials were living richly while Palestinians suffered; it did not matter that Abbas’s political opponents were still being held in Palestinian jails merely for disliking Abbas; nor did it matter that Abbas — who was requesting for a Palestinian state— was and still is a Jordanian citizen. Abbas seems to have been forgiven by his people for all his sins simply because he invested in an emotionally-charged up speech. Morning links

The Arab Obsession: BLiar has Jewish connections!

Palestine Press Agency, a Fatah mouthpiece, reports that the Palestinian Arab leadership is so upset that they are suggesting boycotting Tony Blair altogether, accusing him of corruption and taking bribes from Jewish businessmen while in office.  (BLiar corrupt? Who’d think a thing like that! He probably took money from Arabs and from the Jews, but corrupt? He just does what comes natural to him…..)


3 thoughts on “The Jihad against Israel is not about land”

  1. I think it’s about time that Israel has a an “Arab spring cleanout”, enough is enough. Time to bring out the big stick Israel.

  2. Spencer: A Palestinian State Will Not Bring Peace

    It isn’t even really intended to bring peace. My Human Events column this morning:

    Millions around the world believe that when Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas submitted an application to the United Nations Friday for admission of Palestine as an independent state, he was setting the stage for a new era of peace in the Middle East. Unfortunately, nothing is more certain than that those hopes—like all the hopes raised by the accords and treaties and agreements and road maps that have come before—will met with disappointment.
    Abbas, not surprisingly, blamed the failure of earlier negotiations on Israel. He complained that “the Israeli government … frantically continues to intensify building of settlements on the territory of the state of Palestine. Settlement activities embody the core of the policy of colonial military occupation of the land of the Palestinian people and all of the brutality of aggression and racial discrimination against our people that this policy entails.”

    Are the Israeli settlements really the problem? No, they’re just the obstacle du jour. In fact, the Palestinian Arabs rejected the United Nations’ original proposal to create a Jewish state and an Arab state in 1947, long before any “settlements” were on the horizon. As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu explained in his own UN address on Friday: “Our conflict has been raging for—was raging for nearly half a century before there was a single Israeli settlement in the West Bank. … [Abbas] said that Israel has been occupying Palestinian land for 63 years. He didn’t say from 1967, he said from 1948. I hope somebody will bother to ask him this question because it illustrates a simple truth: The core of the conflict is not the settlements. The settlements are a result of the conflict.”

    The Arab states surrounding Israel opted not to accept a “two-state solution,” but instead to go to war with the new Jewish state in 1948, assuming that they would be able to destroy that state easily and obviate the need for a new Arab state alongside it.

    They were wrong, of course. And subsequently Egypt occupied Gaza and Jordan occupied the West Bank for the next 19 years, until 1967—yet during that time, there was no talk among the Palestinian Arabs about the humiliation of occupation and their need for a state. Only after the Six Day War, when Israel took over administration of those areas, did such talk begin. And so on Friday when Abbas retailed a long list of grievances, they were all merely the latest in a long line of pretexts justifying what is ultimately an implacable animus toward Israel, which will never be satisfied by anything other than the total destruction of the Jewish state.

    Neither Abbas’ PLO nor its rival Hamas, which controls Gaza, has ever recognized Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state. And Islamic theology does not allow for the legitimate existence of an infidel polity on what is considered Muslim land. Hence the goal remains, for all too many Palestinians, the utter destruction of Israel. The creation of a Palestinian state will simply be a stepping stone toward that goal….

    There is more.

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