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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Betrayal of the Jews - British Military Forces in Palestine

Prior to WW1 there existed not one Arab country in the Middle East. What existed was a land mass governed mostly by the 400 year old Ottoman Empire. The population comprised a multitude of creeds and ethnicities -- Arabs Muslims, Jews, Christians, Druze, to name but a few. The land was divided by borders and control awarded to the strongest clans, which at that time and place meant to "he with the bloodiest dagger." Over 99% of the land was given to Arabs. The Jews were allotted land that had been known as Palestine for 2000 years, or sometimes referred to as Southern Syria.
The Mandate for Palestine given to England by the League of Nations after WW1 for the purpose of temporary guardianship. It required England to hold the land for the development of a Jewish state. In an illegal move based on the economic and strategic aims of England, the English illegally severed 78% of Palestine east of the Jordan River and awarded it to a Bedouin by the name of Abdullah I bin al-Hussein from the Saudi Peninsula, to become an Arab state. The remaining 22% of Palestine west of the Jordan River, including Judea and Samaria (aka West Bank) was to become a Jewish state. That remaining 22% of the land is what the so called Mid East conflict is about. While today's Jordan comprises 88% of Palestine and is still populated by a "Palestinian" majority, Israel is expected to give up much of this tiny sliver of land for the creation of yet another Arab Muslim country.

Jordan is Palestine: Debunking the Palestinian Narrative

Monday, January 25, 2016

The Legal Basis of Israel’s Rights in the Disputed Territories


1. Upon Israel’s taking control of the area in 1967, the 1907 Hague Rules on Land Warfare and the Fourth Geneva Convention (1949) were not considered applicable to the West Bank (Judea and Samaria) territory, as the Kingdom of Jordan, prior to 1967, was never the prior legal sovereign, and in any event has since renounced any claim to sovereign rights via a vis the territory.

Israel's Trojan Horses

Democracy, in Israel, as far as survival goes, has become at best a ludicrous bad dream, or, worse and most probable-- a nightmare -- a weapon used by Fifth Columnists aimed at destroying Israel as a democratic Jewish country. Israeli politics, like in the rest of the Western world, has become driven by one-sided Political Correctness - as if in an alternate world; a "twilight zone" has taken root in Israel, the USA, and the EU. Yes indeed, we have entered the Era of  #ScienceFictionPolitics.

Israel's biggest threat is not from the might of foreign armies, but rather from an enemy within, an enemy that is using the privileges of democracy to bring about its very demise.

Israel, a country the size of a ranch in the US or Australia, and whose very existence sits on a fence -- a pointy picket fence -- wishes to be a super-power in the Science Fictional World of Political Correctness, so adamantly, that she is willing to risk Her very existence.

So in the spirit of this ever-emerging absurd "Russian Roulette" style of law, a style that takes democracy to its outer limits, Israel welcomes into Her parliament (aka Knesset), those that fight daily to destroy Her. Yes, they are paid Members of Knesset that rake in their annual salaries and benefits, paid by Jewish taxpayers of Israel -- paying for their daily activities aimed at bringing Israel to disaster.

And as weird as it may seem, I may get into trouble for describing the situation as it is -- such is the status of "freedom of speech" these days. Much like in the USA today where one is considered a racist for describing the ongoing atrocities around the globe as "Islamic terror" - even when the terrorists themselves claim it is. The alternative to speaking one's mind about this, is to go silently into the night - so I speak, que sera sera.

 Horse #1 Achmad Tibi Former Adviser to Arafat

 Israel pays Arab Knesset members to lecture in the halls of the enemy, to say things such as:

 > "...Welcome to the thousands of shahids (martyrs)..."

> "...and blessings to our shahids within the Greenline..."

> "...those that the occupiers call terrorists while we say there is nothing more admirable than those that die for the homeland..."

Hard to believe? Here, take a gander: Ahmad Tibi - Israeli Arab MP, former adviser to Father of Modern Terrorism, Yasser Arafat, giving this speech:
Israeli-Arab Parliament Member 'Achmad Tibi'

Horse #2  Haneen Zoabi

 "...I don’t consider myself just a member of Knesset. We are part of the national project..."

"...Arab Knesset members are part of the 'Palestinian national project,' not Israel's political system..."














Hanin Zoabi tells Lebanese media she doesn't feel part of the Knesset, and her only role is to represent Palestinian 'struggle.'

Hamas Admits "Palestinians" Aren't From Around Here

Football Match Between Australia & Palestine - OOPS! No Kafiyas

Before the re-establishment of Israel in 1948, the Palestinians were Jews, as they had been for 2000 years.
The Arabs were... Arabs. Watch this short clip. Listen to the commentator.

Is Jordan Palestine? by Daniel Pipes and Adam Garfinkle

 Excerpts 1988 Article, Middle East Forum

. . ."nobody ever considered the two sides of the Jordan River anything but integral parts of a single land called Palestine." Many American supporters of Israel accept the Jordan-is-Palestine argument. Joan Peters premises her study, From Time Immemorial, on this notion. She routinely calls Israel a "corner of Palestine" and "Western Palestine," while "Eastern Palestine" is her term for Jordan. George F. Will states that "Jordan is Palestine-historically, geographically, ethnically."

A substantial body of opinion has developed in Israel and elsewhere which favors the snappy argument that Jordan is Palestine. Although closely associated with Ariel Sharon, the enfant terrible

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Arabs Have a Right to Live Anywhere - Jews Do Not!

How is it that Arabs have a right to live anywhere they please, as they, of course, have internationally recognized civil rights. Jews, on the otherhand, do not have these rights. Jew are being required by the international community to grant the Arabs a Jew-free (Judenrein sound familiar) parcel of land as a starting point for negotiations for a resolution to the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Caroline Glick is a Columbia U Graduate, Harvard Graduate, Captain in IDF, Coordinator of Negotiations with the PLO, Foreign Policy Advisor for Israel, Deputy Managing Editor Jerusalem Post, Reporter for Israel's Channel 2 TV, Chicago Sun Times, Israel's Ma'ariv Newspaper, Correspondent with US Forces during liberation of Baghdad. Full bio

Caroline Glick Explains the Roots of genocidal Jew Hatred

by Caroline Glick

...the left in the United States is introducing an ideology that is fundamentally un-American, that is based upon a totalitarian idea...
 (Americans, you will be most interested at the 8:09 mark of this 14:51 min. viewing.) 

 ... made the United States the only country to date that didn't have the same genocidal Jew hatred at the root of it's identity that we saw in country after country in Europe that we see in the Arab world, it was that the United states, it's forefathers, had this idea

Ex - Israeli Arab MP 'Azmi Bashara': "There Is No Palestinian Nation"

"When Were There Palestinians"?

Azmi Bashara, an Israeli-Arab ex-member of the Israeli parliament (Knesset) who later fled for spying against Israel, had this to say on an evening talk show:

". . . I don't think there is a Palestinian Nation at all. Nooo, I believe there is an Arab Nation,

Arab's Own Words Debunk The "Palestinian" Fairy Tale

Arabs have stated. . .

Zuhair Muhsin, military commander of the PLO and member of the PLO Executive Council after Six Day War:

 “There are no differences between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. We are all part of one nation. It is only for political reasons that we carefully underline our Palestinian identity… yes, the existence of a separate Palestinian identity serves only tactical purposes. The founding of a Palestinian state is a new tool in the continuing battle against Israel.”

 Representative of Saudi Arabia at the United Nations, 1956:

“It is common knowledge that Palestine is nothing but Southern Syria.”

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Jordan is Palestine - The Myth of "Occupation"

 by Yosef Rabin on Jan 09, 2016

 Even in UN General Assembly Resolution 181, the terms "Palestinian State" or "Palestinians" does not appear a single time.

1. The Jewish communities of Judea-Samaria and Eastern Jerusalem* are not located in an “occupied territory.” The last binding international legal instrument which divided the territory of Israel, Judea-Samaria and Eastern Jerusalem*was the League of Nations Mandate, which explicitly recognized the right of Jewish

Growing Illegal Arab ‘Occupation’ of Jewish Land

By Renanah Goldhar-Gemeiner,  United With Israel

Syrian governor Tawfik Bey el-Huarani.testified that in a period of only 3-4 months in 1933, 30,000-36,000 Arabs illegally entered Palestine from Syria.

Ibn Khaldun, an Arab historian, wrote in 1377: “Jewish sovereignty in the Land of Israel extended over 1400 years…It was the Jews who implanted the culture and customs of the permanent settlement.” 

The claim that Arabs, or so-called “Palestinians,” have national historical rights to the Land of Israel is false, and its purpose is to destroy the Jewish State.

Monday, January 18, 2016

Is Hussein Obama Helping to Shape the Arab Narrative?

There can be little doubt that Hussein Obama is playing an active roll honing the direction of the Arab narrative relating to their age-old goal of destroying Israel. In 2010 the Egyptian Foreign Minister reported having Obama say to him: "I have a problem with some domestic issues, and as soon as I finish with the health care question, you Muslims will see what I will do for Islam regarding Israel."

In light of Hussein Obama's astounding policies evolving in the Middle East, the information provided in this 3 minute clip seems irrefutable. It seems quite clear that while Obama is "fundamentally changing the face of America," as he promised, he is also fundimentaly changing the structure of the Arab-Israeli conflict

Moreover, Hussein Obama has surrounded himself with personnel that are members of the Muslim Brotherhood. All of America's security branches have reported that they have been infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood. The education system has "advisers" shaping the education of American children. They will be the voters of tomorrow.

See also: Does Hussein Obama intend to shoot down Israeli Jets if they attack Iran? After all, the agreement he signed with Iran says just that. 1 min clip

H. Shipless

Sunday, January 17, 2016

The Arab Narrative At Work Within Israel

by H. Shipless

Today, after 38 years in Israel, I drive on the highway from Akko-Acco east towards the Sea of Galilee. Along the way are large advertisement billboards. I have no idea what they say or what they are selling. They are written in Arabic. Not one word in Hebrew. Central Galilee, main highway - in this year 2011.

Saturday, January 16, 2016

San Remo's Mandate: Israel's 'Magna Carta' By Chris Mitchell

"The U.N. General Assembly exceeded its authority, exceeded its jurisdiction. It did not have the power to divide the country,"

JERUSALEM, Israel - This year marks the 91st anniversary of the resolution that transformed the Middle East and laid the groundwork for the formation of the modern state of Israel.
On April 25, 1920, delegations from the Allied nations that triumphed in World War I met in San Remo, Italy, to divide the Middle Eastern lands they had conquered.
That historical meeting transformed the Middle East because, for the first time in nearly 2,000 years, the world's nations called for the establishment of a Jewish homeland in the land that was then called Palestine.
That decision effectively answered a fundamental issue that still plagues the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks today: whether Israel is an occupying power or it has a rightful claim to the land.

Dividing an Empire


In San Remo - England, France, Italy, and Japan, with the United States as an observer, divided the Ottomam Empire empire into three mandates: Iraq, Syria and Palestine.
Until its defeat in World War 1, the 400-year-old empire had spread itself throughout the Middle East. Now, France would oversee Syria, while Iraq and Palestine fell under Great Britain.
The resolution also included the Balfour Declaration, written by England's Lord Balfour in 1917. The declaration called for "the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people." One British diplomat, Lord Curzon, called it Israel's "Magna Carta."

Arab's Lion-Share, Israel's Niche 


"Chaim Weizman said, at the time, you can say that the Israeli state was born on the 25th of April in San Remo because that was the significance of it," Sandell said.
Howard Grief said the resolution, which was adopted by the League of Nations, established several important precedents.
In his book, The Legal Foundation and Borders of Israel under International Law, Grief explains that the resolution gave the Jewish people exclusive legal and political rights in Palestine. It also gave the Arabs the same rights for the remainder of the Middle East.
"The Arabs got the lion's share….I mean they got Syria, which was subsequently divided between Syria and Lebanon," Grief said.
"They got all of Mesopotamia and all of Arabia. This is what Balfour himself said. 'Why are you complaining? You are getting all these lands and we're granting a niche - he called it a niche - to the Jewish people who were going to get Palestine," he said.

Immutable Law


Grief also explained that the 1920 San Remo resolution supersedes later U.N. resolutions.
"There is a doctrine in international law," Grief said. "Once you recognize a certain situation, the matter is executed. You can't change it."
"The U.N. General Assembly exceeded its authority, exceeded its jurisdiction. It did not have the power to divide the country," he said.

Settling Contested 'Settlements'


But what about all those contested Israeli "settlements" in Judea and Samaria (the West Bank) that many people - including U.N. Secretary-general Ban Ki-moon - say are illegal?
"Settlements are covered in Article 6 of the mandate for Palestine," Eli Hertz, president of Myths and Facts, explained to conference participants.
"Again the legal international document of the mandate for Palestine and [it] clearly says that not only [do] the Jews have the right to settlement, but the world has the obligation to help them to settle," Hertz explained.
This legal right of the Jews to build in Judea and Samaria or in east Jerusalem neighborhoods is little understood in the world today.
Sandell said he hopes to remedy that problem.
"We feel that we have an historical duty to just bring the facts to the table," Sandell said. "Because we are here dealing with historical facts and this should be known and this should be taken into consideration in the public debate."

Watch More:
Watch expanded interviews with some of the participants in this historic event commemorating the 90th anniversary of the San Remo resolution: 
  • Tomas Sandell, the founding director of the European Coalition for Israel, helped organize the 90th anniversary event.  ECI seeks to education European leaders "about the complex realities of the conflict in the Middle East by acknowledging the right for Israel, as the only democracy in the region, to exist within secure borders."  Click here for more from Sandell.  
  • Eli Hertz is the president of Myths and Facts, a research organization focused much on the Middle East. Hertz has written a short pamphlet on this subject called "This Land is My Land: Mandate for Palestine, Legal Aspects of Jewish Rights," an excellent primer and succinct explanation of the legal foundation of the Jewish state.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Palestine Mandate Granted by League of Nations

The Council of the League of Nations:

Art. 5  The Mandatory shall be responsible for seeing that no Palestine territory shall be ceded or leased to, or in any way placed under the control of the Government of any foreign Power.

Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have agreed, for the purpose of giving effect to the provisions of Article 22 of the Covenant of the League of Nations, to entrust to a Mandatory selected by the said Powers the administration of the territory of Palestine, which formerly belonged to the Turkish Empire, within such boundaries as may be fixed by them; and
Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917, by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favor of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, it being clearly understood that nothing should be done which might prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing
non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country; and Whereas recognition has thereby been given to the historical connection of the Jewish people with Palestine and to the grounds for reconstituting their national home in that country; and
Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have selected His Britannic Majesty as the Mandatory for Palestine; and Whereas the mandate in respect of Palestine has been formulated in the following terms and submitted to the Council of the League for approval; and Whereas His Britannic Majesty has accepted the mandate in respect of Palestine and undertaken to exercise it on behalf of the League