Paris: will it be a “peace agreement” or a hudna?

Paris peace conference: No “acceptable” solution for Israel and “Palestinians” except two states

“The participants also stressed the need for the final peace deal that would give full statehood to Palestinians while satisfying Israel’s security needs.”

Is that possible? No, given the Qur’anic imperative to “drive them out from where they drove you out” (2:191). Any “Palestinian” state would simply become a new base for jihad attacks against a diminished Israel. Because these political elites have resolutely refused to face the reality of the jihad, they cannot and will not recognize that fact.

Paula Stern, of Israel, Has Some Things To Say To Those Who Will Be Attending The So-Called “Peace” Conference in Paris 

You will find them at the following link.  An article well worth reading, and worthy of the widest possible circulation.

“An Open Letter to the Paris “Peace” Summit Delegates”.

Mrs Stern proposes a graduated series of intelligent and pointed questions that the infidel participants in that conference might ask – if they dared – of the so-called ‘Palestinians’, who might be more accurately referred to as “mostly-Muslim Arabs from assorted locations in and around Israel”.

Most important of all, she advises those infidel participants that they should ask the “Palestinians” this: “Are you offering a permanent peace agreement or are you offering a hudna?”

And then, for the further instruction of those Infidel participants, she explains“A hudna is a temporary ceasefire – like the one Mohammed signed as the Treaty of Al-Hudaybiyya.  In that treaty, a ten-year peace/ ceasefire was negotiated… and then broken.”

Embedded in her article is a link that offers some further instruction on the subject.

However, since wikipedia is not necessarily the most helpful source (though this particular entry, as it stands, contains – at time of viewing, this evening of 15th January 2017 – the crucial information that “Muhammad broke this treaty with a surprise attack against Mecca 2 years after the signing, conquering the city” and even states that “the treaty of al-hudaibiyah is used by Islamic scholars as a learning tool on how to lie and deceive in the service of Islam”), I will offer a link to a brief article by “Hugh Fitzgerald” on the same topic.

Hugh refers people to Majid Khadduri’s “War and Peace in the Law of Islam”, where the topic of Al-Hudaybiyya is thoroughly discussed.

These days no Infidel diplomat, politician, businessperson, journalist or general – indeed, any Infidel who is unlucky enough to have to have anything at all to do with members of the Ummah, or Mohammedan mob, should ever presume to engage in that contact without having first spent some time thoroughly studying and reflecting upon the meaning and implications of the Treaty of Hudaybiyya, in conjunction with the meaning of taqiyya (and the full gamut of carefully-worked-out methods of misdirection, deception, and confusion, encompassed by terms such as tawriyya, taysir, mudarat and muruna), and the Jihad doctrine of Islam.  It would save us all a great deal of time and money, as well as lives, and grief.

2 thoughts on “Paris: will it be a “peace agreement” or a hudna?”

  1. These countries trying to aide and abet the islamic terrorists attempt to commit genocide against the Jews are going to be in for a nasty shock in the months ahead.

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