WILL ISRAEL BE DEFEATED AND GO THE WAY OF LIBYA (JIHAD ISLAMIC STATE BARBARISM)

It is the Jihad. It is the capitalist imperialist lies that go along. many lies…

2 examples of these lies stand out

1. In the Gaza war they never refer to the 10,000 Arab rockets on Israel and what that meant to Jews in southern Israel

2. If the Arab Palestinians have their state in that área bulging into Israel, then what is the chances that they will then live in peace (applies to all the Irish and especially Minister Charlie Flanagan). This question must be palced at the front of discussions and must be answered

Is it not more likely that one/ Hamas will eat Abbas and two/ there will be an equivalent Islamic State but this time within miles and OVERLOOKING such as Ben Gurion airport?

There is another thing here. The Arab civilization is in meltdown. This was shown best in both Egypt and Syria.

Egypt is very interesting. Thanks to the help of Obama the Muslim Nrotherhood of Morsi was proceeding to make Egypt into a Sharia state. But the Egyptian people, especially the Young women of the cities, decided that this was going to be for them hell on earth. This resulted in the greatest demo known to humanity in Cairo in order to stop Morsi.

In those conditions of needing to stop Morsi the determined leadership of el Sisi became also their leadership. The masses supported and still do support el Sisi to the very end. Morsi is on trial and like Qutb may be executed. It all depends on the balance of forces on the Street.

Now take Libya. There Obama and Cameron gave their air forces in order to pulverize Gadhafi as he was heading to destroy the Jihad. The Jihad took over. Now the country is heading along with Tunisia towards an Islamic State comparable situation.

This is the same in Palestine (I use the Word as in Holy Land history and not in the present fake balestine)

If Israel is beaten by the Jihad

1. The Jews will be massacred and there will not be a living Jew remaining in that area

2. There will not be a Christian either. The Pope will never again visit Jerusalem

The Jewish people again will be scattered on the winds, and will be begging for sanctuary wherever they can

So the stakes are high. What can be done? What must be done?

There needs to be widespread discussion. I ask this morning this question: Who began all of this Islamic State/Hamas/Libya/Tunisia bloodletting which has caused the deaths of so many

Answer is Obama, the Democrats, and the Republicans also who refused to mobilise against Obama and who slandered people like Michele Bachmann who wanted to mobilise

Ask also was this the first time? No the big lesson is how Reagan saved the PLO in Beirut, and also how Clinton lined up with Islamist Jihadist Izerbegovic to destroy Yugoslavia.

There are many questions to pose. But those two will start us off

SYNAGOGUE MURDERS…JEWS AND CHRISTIANS MUST SEPARATE THEMSELVES FROM MUSLIMS

4 Jews in a synagogue in Agassi Street in Jerusalem were murdered in cold blood by Palestinian Arab savages this morning and this very morning in Spain, Madrid, the Spanish Antisemites are gathering to pass a law recognizing a “Palestine” state for those very savages. They argue that if there was a “Palestine” state then all would settle down but would it? Does the murders this morning suggest that it would settle down? Or would the Arabs not use the new land area to launch more and more attacks against Jews in a thousand different ways.

“Jerusalem bows its head in pain and sorrow” said the Jewish Mayor Nir Barkat. But this must raise a question as to how this can possibly be defended against without total separation of Muslims and Jews, because Muslims are showing that they cannot live with other religions, and they insist that these other religions become dhimmies, that means accept Sharia Law.

Four were killed and thirteen injured and they were wearing the traditional prayer shawls and tefelin as they were being attacked.

The savages were armed with guns and massive butcher knives or rather cleavers.

The question though now is what Israel should do?

The biggest problem is that the Israeli leadership is not of the decisive quality as is el Sisi in Egypt.

El Sisi is a big problem for the Muslim Brotherhood (Yes fatah and Hamas ARE Muslim Brotherhood through and through in fact the very worst and equal to Islamic State Savages)

The reason el Sisi is so big a problem for the Muslim Brotherhood Savages and for the Imperialist Savages Obama and Cameron who back them is for two reasons:

  1. El Sisi knows the real nature of these Savages (After Nasser had Qutb executed no messing there)
  2. The Egyptian people got a real eyeful of what Morsi was about and the Egyptian masses, especially women and many youth, did not fancy it one bit. The result was the biggest demo in Cairo that was also reckoned to be the biggest gathering of human beings ever in history. Isn’t that something!

Of those two reasons above the one that applies to Israel is not (2) but (1), in my opinion, because in my opinion it has been, is and always will be about leadership.

So discuss leadership. Nothing else. leadership

THIS TUESDAY THE SPANISH WILL RECOGNISE THE JIHADIST “PALESTINE” REPEATING 1492 EXPULSION OF THE JEWS

BURNING OF THE JEWS IN SPAIN

This coming Tuesday the present denizens of Spain, namely PP, PSOE (Labour), IU (Stalinists) and others including Podemos are going to do a repeat of the Alhambra Decree.

This was also the Edict of Expulsión. There are very few Jews in Spain or my own native Ireland today to expel. But there is no question about the hatred which these ruling Catholic and Leftist elites have for Jews through their hatred for the Jewish Homeland.

This week we will be watching on our blog this shameful event in the history of Spain

(from Wikipedia.com)

A signed copy of the Edict of Expulsion

The king and queen issued the Alhambra Decree less than three months after the surrender of Granada. This was primarily a decision of Isabella, not her husband Fernando. That her confessor had just changed from the tolerant Hernando de Talavera  to the very intolerant Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros  suggests that Cisneros may well have had a role in Isabel’s decision.[10]  In it, Jews were accused of trying “to subvert their holy Catholic faith and trying to draw faithful Christians away from their beliefs.” These measures were not new in Europe.[11] 

Some Jews were only given four months and ordered to convert to Christianity or leave the country. Under the edict, Jews were promised royal “protection and security” for the effective three-month window before the deadline. They were permitted to take their belongings with them – except “gold or silver or minted money”.[citation needed ]

The punishment for any Jew who did not convert or leave by the deadline was death without trial .[1]  The punishment for non-Jew who sheltered or hid Jews was the confiscation of all belongings and hereditary privileges.

So why does 4international insist that the parliamentary decisión of the Spanish this coming Tuesday is a continuation of the Alhanbra Decree … well it because they are voting for “Palestine” which was never Heard of before 1973.

It was then that the ARABS, not PALESTINIANS, decided that to get rid of Israel from THEIR área, they would play the Palestinian card.

So they organise the Palestine State overlooking Ben Gurion Aorport and all else. Does that mean peace? Sure about that?

What happens though if the rockets start raining down on Israel from the high ground of Judea and Samaria. Or if roads in the nearby áreas of Israel are having bombs laid, and a thousand other things to make life imposible for Jews, so they will all leave.

Will the Spanish do anything about that? That is a joke! The Spanish cannot even solve 70 per cent Spanish youth unenployment!!!

MARTIN SHERMAN’S ARTICLE…THE “PARLIAMENTARY ROAD” HAS LED JEWS INTO THIS TRAP

stabbings of Jews last week in Jerusalem…when will it ever end?

Yes the situation facing Jews internationally, facing Jews in Israel, and facing Israel as a Jewish state is indeed ultra severe.

The British parlaiment attacks Jews and Israel by voting in Parliament for Palestine. The Swedes vote for Palestine. The new head of the EU taking Ashtons place visits Israel and quizzes Jews about their conduct and devotes herself to Palestine as her own country is wrecked by Muslim immigration. In my own neck of the woods a Jewish man called Martin Nathan opens up his radio station to a David Icke associate with direct line to Gilad Atzmon. The first man to ring in with money to a “Richie Allen” crowdfunder for that is a Jewish man called Jack Nusbaum. In the past week that tormentor of the great and noble Serb people Joseph Liberman visits Israel and spouts garbage about being a “Mensch”. Jews grovel at the feet of this tormentor of the noble Serbs. I read on a patriotic paper that Jews who are settlers are stopped by the Israeli pólice and given a hard time, even trying to get them to spy on their brothers. By the way one good thing in all of this the paper did not call them settlers but rightly called them NATIONALISTS. That is so important.

The Israeli “Parliamentary Road” has led the Jews of the world into a terible trap. that is the main problem. This is a great analysis but he leaves this out. Martin does not get to the kernel of the problem at all. The problem is an overall strategic one. I cannot write further on this but I reprint Martin’s article on my blog as a record and as a source of enlightenment and eventual discussion on an organized basis. Thanks.

(begin Sherman article here)

We have before us an ordeal of the most grievous kind. We have before us many, many long months of struggle and of suffering. – Winston Churchill, in first speech to the House of Commons as prime minister, May 13, 1940

 

A military defeat of Israel would mean the physical extinction of a large part of its population and the political elimination of the Jewish state… Nor does this reflect a historical trauma…To lose a single war is to lose everything…

– Yigal Allon, then foreign minister, in Foreign Affairs, October 1976

 

This is not an article for those of weak stomach. It is not for those who wish to be reassured that, in the end, things will be “okay.” It offers no glimmer of optimism, nor any comforting prospect of some happy ending.

 

Indeed, if the Jews are to preserve their political sovereignty, all it bodes for the foreseeable future is one of Churchillian “blood, toil, tears and sweat.”

 

A perfect storm brewing

 

A perfect storm is brewing for Israel. On virtually every front, ominous clouds are gathering, and should the menacing maelstroms they portend hit together, it is far from certain that the Jewish state will survive the destructiveness of their combined impact.

 

Since I began writing this Into the Fray series in mid- 2011, I have warned repeatedly of the perils of the government’s policy of counterproductive compromises and concessions. I cautioned that this “cavalcade of capitulation” will elicit nothing from our adversaries other than demands for more – and more far-reaching – concessions, as indeed it has.

 

In my column of December 2, 2011, I wrote: “By adopting a policy of continually trying to avoid confrontations in which it can prevail, Israel may eventually find itself forced to engage in a confrontation in which it cannot.”

 

Precisely such a perilous predicament is now beginning to develop before our eyes.

 

Across every border Israel shares with its Arab neighbors, within its own borders, and far removed from them, a formidable range of threats – from damaging economic sanctions and international isolation, through murderous terrorist attacks, jihadi insurgency and domestic insurrection, to the specter of weapons of mass destruction and a nuclear Iran – is coalescing with disturbing speed into a multi-faceted menace that jeopardizes the survival of the Jewish nation-state to a degree arguably unprecedented since its inception.

 

Misreading the battlefield

 

Successive governments have consistently misread the battlefield, and misled by the seductive deception of political correctness, they have embraced misguided policy principles, wildly at odds with the dictates of political realities.

 

To understand this rather harsh condemnation, it is first necessary to realize that, in principle, there exist two archetypal and antithetical contexts of conflict – in the first of which a policy of compromise and concession may well be appropriate, and another, in which such a course is disastrously inappropriate.

 

In the first of such contexts, one’s adversary interprets any concession as a genuine conciliatory initiative, and feels obliged to respond with a counter-concession. In this context, the process will move toward some amicable resolution of the conflict by a series of concessions and counter-concessions.

 

In the alternate conflictual context, however, one’s adversary does not interpret concessionary initiatives as conciliatory gestures, made in good faith, but as an indication of vulnerability and weakness, made under duress, portending defeat.

 

Such initiatives will not elicit any reciprocal conciliatory gesture, but rather demands for further concessions.

 

If one concedes to the demands, instead of enjoying a convergent process that leads toward peaceable resolution of differences, a divergent process will lead either to capitulation or to large-scale violence. In other words, once one side realizes that its adversary is acting in bad faith and can only be restrained by force; or the other side realizes it has extracted all the concessions it can by non-coercive means – meaning that further gains could only be won by force – problems worsen for the party seeking bilateral satisfaction.

 

‘… if you will not fight when victory is sure’

 

If one happens to be in a situation that approximates the second context, but adopts a policy suited for the first, disaster is inevitable.

 

Sadly, for more than two decades, this is precisely what Israeli governments – with varying degrees of myopic zeal and/or reluctant resignation – have done. Unless robust and resolute remedial measures are undertaken without delay, such disaster is inevitable.

 

There can be little doubt that the Arab-Israeli conflict resembles the second context far more closely than the first. After all, every gut-wrenching concession Israel has made since the early 1990s has failed to produce any conciliatory response from its Arab adversaries. All it finds is greater intransigence and more obdurate insistence on further appeasement.

 

Because of excessive restraint and inadequate resolve, Israel is inexorably descending into an abysmal position, depicted with forceful eloquence by Winston Churchill, in the sober caveat he articulated in the first volume of his epic series on World War II, aptly titled The Gathering Storm.

 

He warned: “If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory is sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.”

 

‘… physical extinction and political elimination…’

 

Although many will wish to deny it, this is the situation that could well emerge for the Jews of Israel if the policy of ruinous restraint continues. If they forfeit national sovereignty, now under unprecedented international assault, while they may not become “slaves,” Israelis could well be relegated to infidel dhimmi status in their own homeland.

 

Israel’s past military and economic successes have been so stunning that they have obscured the true precariousness of Jewish political independence in the region.

 

For those who have been lulled into a false sense of complacency by highly visible signs of strength and vigor – such as mushrooming high-rises and modernistic freeways – the somber assessment of the inherent asymmetry of the conflict and the fragility of Jewish national existence made by Yigal Allon in the prestigious publication Foreign Affairs should be a salutary reminder.

 

Considered by many the epitome of moderate statesmanship, Allon cautioned: “… a military defeat of Israel would mean the physical extinction of a large part of its population and the political elimination of the Jewish state. … the Arab states can permit themselves a series of military defeats while Israel cannot afford to lose a single war. Nor does this reflect a [finite, hence bearable] historical trauma in any sense.

 

To lose a single war is to lose everything….”

 

Ruinous results of restraint & retreat

 

The bitter fruits of Israeli restraint, retreat and reticence abound in every direction and on every front.

 

In some cases they are close to full ripeness, in others, to less so – so far. In some cases disaster is close at hand, in others it has been avoided – or rather, delayed – more by propitious good fortune than by prudent good judgment.

 

In the north, the IDF’s unilateral flight, ordered by Ehud Barak in 2000, delivered South Lebanon – and abandoned Israel’s mainly Christian allies – to Hezbollah, which transformed it into a formidable arsenal of rockets that rained death and destruction on millions of Israelis for five long weeks this summer. The hesitant mismanagement of the 2006 Second Lebanese war by Ehud Olmert’s government allowed the outnumbered and out-gunned Hezbollah to claim – not implausibly – strategic victory over (or at least, non-defeat by) the IDF.

 

The abysmal UN Security Council Resolution 1701, ushered in by the hopelessly inept Tzipi Livni, then-foreign minister, allowed the region to become an even more menacing arsenal, bristling with tens of thousands of even more deadly missiles – and attack tunnels reportedly being excavated under the border.

 

It was only by the grace of God – or good fortune, depending on one’s proclivities – that, during Operation Protective Edge in Gaza earlier this year, Hezbollah was preoccupied with the civil war in Syria. Consequently, it could not open up a second front and bring the full weight of this arsenal (and those tunnels) to bear on Israel, which could have overwhelmed the protective capacity of the Iron Dome defense system.

 

Concessions more dangerous than ever

 

It would be foolhardy indeed to assume that this fortuitous circumstance is likely to reoccur in any future engagement. In fact, only 10 days after the end of Protective Edge, the IDF announced that it was “making plans and training” for “a very violent war” against Hezbollah, which, according to informed sources, had “now accumulated three years of battlefield experience, greater military capabilities and considerable confidence.”

 

Slightly to the east, the breathtaking barbarity of the Syrian civil war rages on, bringing the daunting prospect of a common border with Islamic State and/or al-Qaida affiliates, and underscoring how imbecilic it would have been to relinquish the Golan to the murderous Assad regime, in the forlorn hope of trading land-for-peace.

 

Along Israel’s eastern border, with the ascendancy of Islamist elements in Jordan, the Hashemite monarchy is looking increasingly wobbly. This tenuous situation is exacerbated by the hordes of refugees (reportedly over 600,000) fleeing the brutality in Syria, presumably infiltrated by Islamist agitators, who are placing unbearable strains on Jordan’s social and economic resources, and undermining the stability of the regime. With the possibility of the monarchy being replaced by radical Muslim elements, or even remaining as a puppet regime controlled by them, the notion of territorial concessions in Judea-Samaria, which adjoins the kingdom to the West, becomes even more dangerously delusional than before.

 

Vast stretch of Islamist-controlled land

 

Even if some flimsy deal were struck with the largely irrelevant and unrepresentative Mahmoud Abbas, the responsible assumption must be that he would be replaced, post haste, by more extremist forces such as Hamas (as per the Gaza precedent) – or worse.

 

Israel would be faced with the perilous prospect of a vast, unbroken stretch of Islamist-controlled territory, from the eastern approaches of Greater Tel Aviv to Jordan’s current border with Iraq, and beyond – into areas under the iron rule of Islamic State.

 

In Sinai as well, the outlook is bleak, with the peninsula falling under the sway of jihadist elements which the Egyptian army is finding increasingly difficult to curb.

 

One of the most dangerous militant groups active in Sinai, Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, recently pledged allegiance to Islamic State, a link likely to afford it more money, weapons and recruits to fight the government in Cairo.

 

All this savagery will inevitably press on Israel’s long southern border stretching from Gaza to the Red Sea. If rocket attacks on Eilat continue, tourism to the city will cease and it will lose its principal source of income, without which its very existence is in grave doubt.

 

On the cusp of carnage?

 

As daunting as the preceding catalogue of dangers is, it is hardly an exhaustive list of the perils facing the Jewish state today. Not a word has been mentioned about the possibility of a third intifada on the part of the Palestinians in Judea-Samaria or a renewed conflagration in Gaza. Perhaps the gravest threat of all is the prospect of insurrection and revolt by the Arab citizens of Israel – if they sense weakness and vacillation on the part of the Jews.

 

This threat will materialize unless the Arabs are convinced the Jews will not brook any challenge – from within Israel’s borders or from without – to their national sovereignty and political independence.

 

After years of counterproductive concessions and compromise, it is unlikely that the situation is still retrievable by consensual means, and remedial measures will require coercive action on a wide scale.

 

What is called for today is not a repetition of reticent restraint, but the demonstration of ruthless resolve.

 

Unless the Jews convey the unequivocal message that any such challenge to their sovereignty will be met with overwhelming lethal force, they will increasingly be the victims of such force at the hands of their Arab adversaries.

 

 Martin Sherman (www.martinsherman.org) is the founder and executive director of the Israel Institute for Strategic Studies.

 

http://www.strategicisrael.org

FATAH WARLORD ABBAS OPENLY CALLS FOR THE MURDER OF ANY AND ALL ISRAELIS

Stabbings in Israel. Talk Radio Europe is silent. Calls Israel Apartheid!

Well this much is for sure. The play-acting is no more and Mahmoud Abbas isn’t even pretending to be a “peace partner.” He’s gone rogue.

These days this Fatah warlord openly calls for the murder of any and all Israelis and the Jewish blood that’s been spilled from Jerusalem onward — men, women, 3-month-old babies – places him at the heart and center of the reign of terror now being inflicted upon the Jewish State.

His PA (Palestinian Authority) gangs heed him word for word when he demands Jewish blood “by any means.”

by Jack Engelhard

(Jack Engelhard writes a regular column for Arutz Sheva. Engelhard wrote the int’l bestseller Indecent Proposal that was translated into more than 22 languages and turned into a Paramount motion picture starring Robert Redford and Demi Moore)

At the same time a Jewish owned radio station “Talk Radio Europe” has David Icke associate Richie Allen on their station

Richie Allen calls Israel Apartheid. Says Israel carpet bombed Gaza. Has had on TOTAL ANTISEMITE Gilad Atzmon. Is most friendly with Ken O’Keefe (KOK)

Remember he does this on a radio station owned by Jewish person Martin Nathan. The David Icke associate is short of money, launches a crowd funder last night at 9 oclock and the very first person to ring in to offer money to Icke’s associate is Jack Nusbaun, prominent American Jew in Spain who talks endlessly of his war in the Pacific (yes he is old all right)

9 KEY TAKEAWAYS CONCENTRATING ON HAMAS, TAKEN STRAIGHT FROM ITS CHARTER

We Trotskyists of 4international. Very supportive of Israel. Insist that Fatah and Hamas have roots in the Antisemitism of Hitler and Hajj Amin el Husseini. Husseini a founder of the Musmim Brotherhood. Roots of “Palestinianism” lie in the Holocaust of the Jews. The Holocaust was the coming together of the Islam of the Koran and Fascism. A frightening mix which is being threatened today again on many fronts. We wish to explore those fronts…please help our work…

The source of this article is an excellent site http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/15942. I feel that the remarks by Jamie Weinstein are very relevant. The article by Jamie Weinstein was introduced by a freelance writer Victor Sharp (additional note at end) to whom I am grateful. As always we on 4international look at these things in a practical manner and involves how can we solve this question of leadership 

(start article here)

In an article in The Daily Caller blog,  Jamie Weinstein exposes the Hamas Charter. He writes:

“Hamas was founded in December 1987. In August 1988, it issued a covenant outlining its mission. The covenant has never been renounced by Hamas, even though some try to claim it is now merely a historical artifact.

“Here are nine key takeaways concentrating on Hamas, taken straight from its charter.”

1.) Hamas isn’t looking to negotiate a peace deal with Israel. It wants to destroy Israel. Quoting Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna, the charter reads: 

“Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it.”

2.) Actually, Hamas’ charter goes beyond destroying Israel. It longs for Jewish genocide: 

“The Prophet, Allah bless him and grant him salvation, has said: ‘The Day of Judgement will not come about until Moslems fight the Jews (killing the Jews), when the Jew will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say O Moslems, O Abdulla, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him.’”

3.) Hamas makes it clear in its charter that it doesn’t believe in peace conferences. As its charter states: 

“Initiatives, and so-called peaceful solutions and international conferences, are in contradiction to the principles of the Islamic Resistance Movement.”

4.) Unsurprisingly for an organization that supports Jewish genocide, Hamas’ charter is explicitly anti-Semitic. For instance, Hamas’ charter claims Jews - not just Israelis - are responsible for all wars: 

“There is no war going on anywhere, without having their finger in it.”

5.) And all revolutions: 

“They were behind the French Revolution, the Communist revolution and most of the revolutions we heard and hear about, here and there. With their money they formed secret societies, such as Freemasons, Rotary Clubs, the Lions and others in different parts of the world for the purpose of sabotaging societies and achieving Zionist interests.”

6.) And they also control media: 

“For a long time, the enemies have been planning, skillfully and with precision, for the achievement of what they have attained. They took into consideration the causes affecting the current of events. They strived to amass great and substantive material wealth which they devoted to the realization of their dream. With their money, they took control of the world media, news agencies, the press, publishing houses, broadcasting stations, and others.”

7.) According to its charter, Hamas favors violent jihad:

“There is no solution for the Palestinian question except through Jihad. Initiatives, proposals and international conferences are all a waste of time and vain endeavors.”

8.) Hamas shares the Muslim Brotherhood’s enthusiasm for “death for the sake of Allah:”

“Allah is its target, the Prophet is its model, the Koran its constitution: Jihad is its path and death for the sake of Allah is the loftiest of its wishes.”

9.) Hamas accuses Israel of being like Nazis in its charter. For instance, there’s this: 

“The society that confronts a vicious enemy which acts in a way similar to Nazism, making no differentiation between man and woman, between children and old people - such a society is entitled to this Islamic spirit.”

Unfortunately a previous Israeli government allowed Hamas to gain strength in the territories, seeing it as a useful counter to Fatah. This was yet another mistake, which has come back to haunt the Jewish state.

It may be too late. The damage may be too severe but, better late than never, I believe it is incumbent upon a more nuanced and hopefully more effective Israeli public relations campaign to be launched quoting again and again the horrific clauses in the genocidal Hamas charter along with the poisonous words spewing from the PA’s media and from Abbas himself.


Show the vile Hamas Charter and quote the evil words of Abbas to all who hector and pressure Israel.
These should be offered relentlessly to all international leaders and media outlets so that all will see the absurdity and utter moral bankruptcy of negotiating with such a genocidal Palestinian partner; one which includes Hamas as part and parcel of the so-called Palestinian Authority whose leader, Mahmoud Abbas, utterly rejects recognizing Israel as the state of the Jews and demands that all ‘Palestinian territory’ be judenrein (free of Jews).

Who would still demand that Israel negotiate with such an inhuman entity? Outrageously, the Obama Administration, the EU, the UN, and so many misguided liberal Jews, like the notorious J-Street, still demand that Israel essentially commit national suicide.

Why, pray tell me, must we always witness Israeli leaders, year after year, tremulously refraining from forcefully rejecting the fraudulent charge of Israel being in occupation of ‘Palestinian’ land; a monumental lie that oozes from the very depths of Jew hatred, flies in the face of biblical and post-biblical Jewish history, and makes the very angels in heaven weep.

And why, oh why, must we have to squirm in embarrassment as an Israeli Prime Minister is forced by the present hostile incumbent in the White House to apologize to the Turkish Islamist thug, Recip Tayip Erdogan.

So show the vile Hamas Charter and quote the evil words of Abbas to all who hector and pressure Israel. If they do not come to their senses and recant, they would at least be seen as the immoral enemies of Israel; the Jewish state reconstituted now in its biblical and ancestral homeland.

It seems that the famous aphorism by Abba Eban that, “the Arabs never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity,” has become a recurring problem for the Jewish state.

So stop apologizing when it is the Arabs, those who call themselves Palestinians, who have most to apologize for.

Victor Sharpe is a prolific freelance writer and author of several published books including the trilogy, Politicide: The attempted murder of the Jewish state.

TOTAL END OF PEACE PARTNER AS ABBAS DEMANDS MORE CAR TERROR ATTACKS IN JERUSALEM

We Trotskyists of 4international. Very supportive of Israel. Insist that Fatah and Hamas have roots in the Antisemitism of Hitler and Hajj Amin el Husseini. Husseini a founder of the Musmim Brotherhood. Roots of “Palestinianism” lie in the Holocaust of the Jews. The Holocaust was the coming together of the Islam of the Koran and Fascism. A frightening mix which is being threatened today again on many fronts. We wish to explore those fronts…please help our work…

Peace Partner? Abbas’s Fatah Demands More Car Terror Attacks

‘Moderate’ Fatah issues spate of cartoons and images calling for more terrorism against Jews; ‘run over the foreign settler!’
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By Ari Yashar

 
First Publish: 11/6/2014, 5:14 PM
(from a very good and useful site, always factual and truthful, http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/187138
Fatah uses Arafat's image calling for terror

Fatah uses Arafat’s image calling for terror
Palestinian Media Watch

Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah movement, still held up as a “moderate” counterbalance to Hamas by many in the world, is actively calling for car terrorist attacks after a recent spate of three such attacks in the last two weeks.

The flurry of Fatah Facebook activity urging more attacks ramming cars into Jews was exposed and translated by Palestinian Media Watch (PMW).

After a Hamas terrorist murdered a Border Patrol officer and wounded many others with his car in Jerusalem on Wednesday, and later another Arab driver ran into three soldiers, Fatah on Thursday posted numerous cartoons and images to its page calling for more such attacks.

One cartoon was titled “the run over organization,” using a play of words on the Arabic da’es meaning “run over” and Da’esh, the Arabic acronym for Islamic State (ISIS). In the cartoon, Fatah urges “hit the gas at 199 (kmh, 125 mph – ed.) for Al-Aqsa.”

A crossed-over traffic sign reads “Al-Aqsa,” hinting at the ban on Jewish entry to the Temple Mount by the Jordanian Waqf (Islamic trust) that is in de facto control of the holiest site in Judaism.

Fatah urges car terror attacks Palestinian Media Watch

Another Fatah post on Thursday reads simply “run over, friend, run over the foreign settler!”

Indeed numerous terrorist websites, including that of Hamas, have been touting a “car intifada” in the wake of the Wednesday attacks.

In yet another post from Wednesday, a picture of former PA Chairman Yasser Arafat shouting was subtitled “the Jews are defiling Al-Aqsa – will you not rage?”

 
Fatah uses Arafat to call for terror Palestinian Media Watch

PMW has documented how Abbas last month, just weeks before the recent series of lethal attacks, called to prevent Jews “defiling” the Temple Mount by “all means necessary,” in an uncanny echo of Arafat’s call for the 2000 Second Intifada. Abbas’s call for terror was given heavy rotation on official PA TV.

Another post on Fatah’s official Facebook page Thursday showed a man shooting an assault rifle on the ground with the words “restore your glory.”

Fatah picture Palestinian Media Watch

The incessant urging of terror was not only found on Fatah’s main Facebook page; “The National Liberation Movement – Fatah” page also got into the terror action on Thursday, showing a cartoon of a car with Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) flag colors trying to ram three fleeing Jews.

The text under the cartoon reads “#Da’es (“run over” – ed.) – a new hashtag.”

Fatah terror call Palestinian Media Watch

“May Allah protect the heroes,” the same page wrote in another post Thursday, praising an alleged stabbing that was reported in the frequently fictitious Arab media.

“Reports of a stabbing of a Zionist security guard and taking of his weapon in North Jerusalem. May Allah protect the heroes. #Palestine_resists,” the page bragged.

The same Fatah page also on Thursday posted a short video of Arab riots on the Temple Mount, writing “and they ask why we run them over!” The convoluted logic appears to be justifying the terror attacks in recent weeks with the Arab violence on the holiest site in Judaism.