"Jewish state" is euphemism for Jewish fascism

By Khalid Amayreh in occupied Palestine

Benyamin Netanyahu, the notorious liar-prime minister of the apartheid Zionist regime, has been regurgitating his characteristic racist venom of late. He has been quoted as saying that the root-cause of the Palestinian question is “the persistent Palestinian refusal to accept a Jewish state.”

Speaking at a synagogue in the Netherlands during a recent visit during which he reportedly discussed “mounting international hostility to Israel,” Netanyahu argued that Israel was a “beleaguered democracy, confronting great threats and challenges.

“There are those who cast Israel as a pariah state every time we exercise the inherent right of self defense.”

Well, for those people who are closely aware of the basic realities of the Israeli-Palestinian situation, Netanyahu’s words are tantamount to fornicating with words and truth.

The fact that Netanyahu’s mendacious words find their way to publication in the media doesn’t alter this fact. A publicized big lie is still a big lie, even if and when uttered and repeated by famous people.

The truth of the matter is that Israel is a huge crime against humanity, a thoroughly deformed entity that is based on genocidal ethnic cleansing, brash racism, sheer brutality, oppression and mendacity. It is a psychotic country that views every conceivable crime and violation of international laws and norms as “legitimate self-defense.”

Take for example the incessant demand that Palestinians must recognize Israel as a Jewish state. One would get a cacophony of answers as to the exact meaning of a “Jewish state” depending on whom you ask.

However, it is amply clear that the most credible and authentic answer one would get is that a Jewish state is one that rules according to Halacha, or Jewish religious laws as codified in the Talmud.

Hence, it would be a mockery of language and an insult to common sense to claim that Israel can be both a democratic and Jewish state.

The two are simply an eternal oxymoron since one constitutes the anti-thesis of the other.

One of the most fundamental aspects of democracy is that all citizens, irrespective of their races, sexes, ad faiths, are treated equally under the law. However, according to halacha, non-Jews living under Jewish religious law are viewed as water carriers and wood hewers. In other words, full-fledged slaves.

Often ignorant and naïve westerners don’t always fully understand this matter and may be prompted to view Jewish racism even in an anecdotal manner. However, one should always be unflinching in viewing facts as facts, and Jewish racism, with all its ugly and virulent manifestations, is a solid fact of life that only people who lack intellectual honesty would deny or downplay.

Some Israeli apologists would strive to argue that Talmudic laws, which establish inherent and intrinsic superiority of Jews over non-Jews, can be moderated to give a semblance of justice to Gentile citizens of the state.

However, it is clear that such an argument is a tendentious evasive tactic at best and a deliberate and malicious lie at worst.

In fact, Israel is already applying the spirit if not the letter of Talmudic laws in many spheres against non-Jews in both ” Israel” and the “occupied territories.”

Indeed, whether we are talking about budgets for local councils, water allocation, and basic treatment before courts, citizenship laws, or any other conceivable aspect of life, institutionalized discrimination and racism against non-Jews is the modus operandi of that treatment.

In short, non-Jews can’t find equality or justice in a Zionist let alone a Jewish state.

Today, Israel is drifting into a convulsive mood of religious fascism and right-wing secular jingoism. The alliance between these two conspicuous trends in Israel puts Israel in a situation resembling Germany in the late 1920s and 1930s whereby blatant and violent racism is the prevalent model.

When invoking the German-Nazi paradigm, we have to keep in mind that the holocaust didn’t start with Auschwitz, Treblinka, and Bergen Belsen but with something that was ostensibly much less nefarious, like for example the anti-Jewish Nuremberg laws, Mien Kampf and the virulent Nazi indoctrination, e.g. the Hitler Youth organization. Kristalnacht, which occurred in November, 1938, was a delayed effect of a cause that had evolved steadily and gradually throughout Nazi Germany.

We can easily draw many genuine similarities between Nazi Germany, especially in the 10-15 years leading up to the outbreak of the Second World War, and Israel today, especially under the current premiership of Netanyahu.

This week, the Israeli and foreign media reported that Israel has effectively expelled as many as 10,000 Palestinian children form East Jerusalem because one of their parents didn’t possess residency rights in the occupied Arab town.

No similar or even remotely similar action has been taken against Jews. This means that draconian and highly vindictive measures, such as violent ethnic cleansing, are reserved for non-Jews in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories just as was the case in German prior to the holocaust.

In addition to that, Israel is beginning to apply brashly discriminatory laws against whoever wishing to obtain the Israeli citizenship. According to one law, approved by the Knesset and government last year, anyone seeking the Israeli citizenship would have to recognize that Israel is a Jewish state and that non-Jews can’t hope for equal rights and treatment.

But the said law can actually lead to much harsher ramifications and repercussions not sufficiently expressed in its rather euphemistic wording.

The law can enable law-enforcing authorities to harass, evict and even deport a Gentile, e.g. Arab citizen. Some Jewish religious authorities have already produced Talmudic interpretations that would allow a Jew to even murder a Gentile in order to extract his or her organ if the Jew needed one.

It is true such morbid and sickening ideas are not widespread among the religious elite in Israel. But it is also true that equally nefarious practices and beliefs are condoned and readily accepted by Talmudic sages who are wielding excessive political power in the Jewish state, including the army.

Take for example, Ovadia Yosef, the charismatic spiritual leader of the Haredi party, Shas.

Last year, this man was quoted as saying during a Sabbath homily in West Jerusalem that non-Jews, whether Muslim or Christian or even Hindu were actually beasts of burden, such as donkeys, whom the Almighty created solely to serve Jews, the master race, the chosen people. His comments raised no eyebrows among the religious or political establishments in Israel. Those few people who criticized him did so on the ground that his offensive statements constituted a public relations disaster. But virtually none, rabbis or otherwise, disputed the halachic validity of Yosef’s utterances.

Yosef is not a marginal figure in Israel. He commands the allegiance of hundreds of thousands of ultra-fundamentalist Jews. He is also the undisputed guru of the Shas party, an ultimate kingmaker in the Israeli government and Knesset. The current Israeli minister of interior Eli Yeshai is answerable to Yosef.

It is really sad and dangerous when we see much of the international community pays little attention to Jewish fascism, and instead pay disproportionate attention to fragmentary incidents of Muslim extremism.

Yes, all kinds and forms of extremism must be dealt with, mainly by examining and treating underlying causes and often legitimate grievances. However, the often pornographic hypocrisy of giving Israel a virtual carte blanche to practice apartheid and fascism against a helpless people while exerting unrelenting pressures on Muslims will not solve any problem. On the contrary, it would confound and complicate existing problems.

Israel’s days of infamy are too many to count, and no amount of America’s criminal connivance with the Jewish state can obliterate this fact.

But the worst is yet to come as Israel is sealing the door to any dignified peace settlement with the Palestinians by making the establishment of a viable Palestinian state virtually impossible.

In conclusion, Israel today is Nazi Germany of yesterday. The tools and ideas are strikingly similar. In Germany, they had the master race mantra, and in Israel they invoke the Chosen People in order to arrogate the rights of non-Jews.

In Germany, they had the lebensraum (breathing space) and in Israel they keep talking about Erez Yisrael hashlema or Greater land of Israel.

In Germany, the main tool of attaining hegemony was military force. The same thing is being done in Israel where military might, not justice, is what makes things right or wrong.

I know that the Jewish clout in America and Europe makes it hard for a popular uprising against the Nazis of our time. However, the world, including the United States, Israel’s guardian-ally, would suffer disastrously if it didn’t move, sooner than later, to stem the tide of Jewish Nazism.

Khalid Amayreh: "We expect…"

“Brother” Khalid don’t expect Chairman Abbas to transform himself into another Salahuddin (Saladin). “Abbas will be remembered as a sincere man who tried but failed to make peace with Israel, even at a terrible price, namely giving up more than 78% of historical Palestine.”

“Abbas, the “sincere” man, hopelessly addicted to fruitless and insincere peace talks with the Zionist regime, has been quoted as saying that the “peace talks are important, although chances for success are slim.”
Still, Khalid, expects
Abbas to:

  • say “No” to Israeli exploits, lies and conspiracies.
  • to refuse adamantly participation in peace talks or negotiations for the sake of talks.
  • to resist arm-twisting from friend and foe alike, especially when the vital interests of our people are at stake.
  • to be honest and straight forwardly frank with our people.
  • to have Plan-B in case it becomes crystal clear that peace with Israel is an illusion, a truth that only fools and imbeciles don’t see.



Assuming that Mr. Khalid is not among fools and imbeciles who can’t see that peace with Israel is an illusion,  and I and many palestinians expect Khalid and “brothers” to:
  • to refuse adamantly participation in reconciliation for the sake of talks.
  • to resist arm-twisting from friend and foe alike, especially when the vital interests of our people are at stake.
  • to be honest and straight forwardly frank with our people.
  • to have Plan-B in case it becomes crystal clear that reconciliation with Abass is an illusion, a truth that only fools and imbeciles don’t see.

Khalid ignored to tell his readers what is the Plan-B he expects from Abass.
The Plan-B I suggest to khalid’s brothers is as follows:
  • Declare that Abass, his PA, his security forces are traitors and deal with them in WB the same way Hezbollah dealt with Saad Hadad, Lahd and their Lebanese southern army.
  • Declare a Palestinian state in Gaza, and demand their brothers in Egypt, Tunis, Libya, and Maghreb to recognize that state.
  • Demand breaking the siege on Gaza. This is the Minimum thing expected from Egypt brother towards their brothers in Gaza. 

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Does the PA want a deal with Israel by hook or by crook
[ 16/01/2012 – 09:55 PM ]
By Khalid Amayreh in occupied Palestine
A third meeting between Israeli and Palestinian Authority (PA) officials in Amman has ended without results or, more correctly, without progress. The two other previous meetings also met the same fate.

A fourth meeting is reportedly planned for next week, which suggests that the PA leadership has not completely lost faith in the essentially futile talks which have been going on for years with no sign that the apartheid Israeli regime is willing to give up the spoils of the 1967 war. Far from that, the Zionist regime is slowly but definitely liquidating the Palestinian cause and by making the creation of a real Palestinian state on the West Bank utterly unrealistic if not outright impossible.

Needless to say, under the rubric of “peace talks” and “negotiations,” Israel has been busy creating facts on the ground all over the West Bank and East Jerusalem, stealing more Palestinian land, demolishing more Palestinian homes, vandalizing Palestinian groves and, of course, building and expanding Jewish colonies.

Palestinian negotiators tried so hard to gain the status of “equal partner” vis-à-vis Israel. However, thanks to Israeli intransigence and arrogance of power, Israel never treated Palestinian negotiators more than they deserved (from the Israeli view point), namely that the Palestinians are vanquished supplicants, begging Israel for the oxygen of life.

This disgraceful treatment manifested itself this week when the Israeli occupation authorities withdrew “VIP” treatment from AP Chairman Mahmoud Abbas. The deliberate and humiliating measure, which would limit to the minimum Abbas’s freedom of movement, including his ability to travel within the occupied territories, epitomizes PA subservience, dependence on Israel.

Abbas, hopelessly addicted to fruitless and insincere peace talks with the Zionist regime, has been quoted as saying that the “peace talks are important, although chances for success are slim.”

“Any chance must be taken advantage of, no matter how weak hopes are.”

Such platitudes have been heard ad nauseam from the PLO Chairman ever since he succeeded the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.

But the Palestinian leader seems out of touch with certain realities. First, he doesn’t realize that holding successive meetings with Israel, even under Jordanian stewardship and even under the misleading title of “talks” rather than “negotiations,” constitutes a serious concession and retreat for the Palestinians and their just cause.

Indeed, PA officials, including Abbas, never missed an opportunity to stress and swear they wouldn’t agree under any circumstances to resume peace talks with the Zionist entity as long as the latter didn’t agree to freeze settlement expansion.

Israel, of course, never agreed to freeze settlement expansion. The opposite is true, as the current Israeli government, arguably the most hawkish and Nazi-like ever since the creation of the criminal entity, embarked on a frantic and phenomenal settlement expansion drive encompassing the entirety of the West Bank.

As to East Jerusalem, the contemplated capital of the contemplated Palestinian state, Israel has effectively completed the Judaizing process as the process of seizing Arab homes and property and handing them over to Jewish land thieves continues unabated.

Second, there is no doubt that Israel is using meetings with the PA, direct or indirect, to give the world, especially the international Quartet, a false impression that peace talks are underway and that there is no point in putting pressure on Israel at least in the duration of talks.

And it seems the Zionist regime has effectively succeeded in this effort, with the Europeans and especially Americans refusing to chide Zionist officials in spite of the phenomenal settlement aggrandizement and other unmitigated measures aimed at narrowing Palestinian horizons and decapitating whatever possibility there still is for the establishment of a viable Palestinian state.

According to the Ynet news.com, Israel continued its efforts to strip the PA politically naked by demanding that the ongoing talks in Amman be considered formal negotiations than just talks.

True, the PA is resisting the Israeli ruse, but observers are prompted to ask what differences are there between protracted talks and negotiations when a second, third and fourth meetings are planned to take place and when fundamental contentious issues are discussed.?

It is also true that the PA position is pathetically weak, especially in the face of the Zionist entity which tightly controls the policies and politics of the United States, Israel’s ultimate guardian-ally and bankroller.

However, the PA should have understood a long time ago that linking the Palestinian cause, including negotiations with Israel, to the American-Israeli equation is a colossal disaster.

Thus, keeping up this repugnant modus operandi, whereby Israel continues to carve and devour more and more Palestinian land while the PA continues to indulge in pointless and fruitless talks with Israel, during which the same arguments are made and same platitudes are repeated, can only mean one thing, namely the end of Palestinian dreams for establishing a viable and territorially contiguous Palestinian state.

No Palestinian, or Arab or Muslim expects Chairman Abbas to transform himself into another Salahuddin (Saladin). However, all Palestinians do expect Abbas to say “No” to Israeli exploits, lies and conspiracies. Failing to do so would only imprint an indelible blot of disgrace on the entire PA regime.

We expect Abbas to refuse adamantly participation in peace talks or negotiations for the sake of talks.

We expect Abbas to resist arm-twisting from friend and foe alike, especially when the vital interests of our people are at stake.

We also expect Abbas to be honest and straightforwardly frank with our people.

Above all, we expect the Palestinian leadership to have Plan-B in case it becomes crystal clear that peace with Israel is an illusion, a truth that only fools and imbeciles don’t see.
The lamentable fact is that the PA doesn’t possess such a plan, which really makes every honest person seethe with anger at that leadership.

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Rats desert a sinking ship, fools ride

Khalid Amayereh and brothers seeking different strategy to restore Palestinian rights

Rats desert a sinking ship
Rats desert a sinking ship, fools ride

“We argued repeatedly on these pages that the United States , whose policies and politics are tightly controlled by pro-Israeli pressure groups, consistently played a negative role in the enduring conflict. The US could have resolved the conflict fifty years ago, had it decided to use its resolve, will and power. However, consecutive American administrations chose to keep the conflict going for selfish American interests.” Wrote Khalid Amayereh, but he never thought to ask WHY?

Khalid Amayereh asked two questions.
1 – “Can this or any other administration force Israel to give up the occupation and return to the lines of the 4th of June, 1967? We would be fools if we answered this question in the affirmative?” he asked

I would say you would be fool, if, after fifty years, you are still not sure the any American administration would force Israel to give up the occupation and return to the lines of the 4th of June, 1967? 

2- “Does any American administration, present or prospective, have the audacity to confront the Jewish lobby which tightly controls Congress and the media and have tens of millions of evangelical Americans at its beck and call? Perhaps if we succeed in bringing Eisenhower back to life?” he asked.

Again, you would be fool if you think that Eisenhower, “brought back to life”, would be the same 1950’s Eisenhower. I wonder why you remember Eisenhower, and ignore Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev and his famous shoes. 

You Eisenhower just responded to the Soviet Union threat sent to Britain, France and Israel threatening to crush the aggressors and restore peace in the Middle East through the use of force.

“President Eisenhower’s reaction to these threats was that “if those fellows start something, we may have to hit ’em-and, if necessary, with everything in the bucket.”

“The United States subsequently joined the Soviet Union (ironically, just after the Soviets invaded Hungary) in a campaign to force Israel to withdraw.”

“Not only did Eisenhower had an election to fight in the next few months, but he did not want the West to lose influence in the Middle East…..”

“After Suez, the United States became the major Western power in the Middle East. The Eisenhower Doctrine of 1957 declared that the United States would distribute economic and military aid and, if necessary, use military force to stop the spread of communism in the Middle East.”

Eisenhower meeting, 1953.jpg

President Eisenhower in the Oval Office with Muslim delegates,
1953, after July revolution.
Said Ramadan, the Son in-law of Hassan Al-Bana the founder of
Brotherhood, is second from the right.

So, dear Khalid, your Eisenhower’s concern was losing the West influence in the Middle East which would pave the way for spread of communism in the Middle East.

As an Islamist, you should be aware that the relation of your Egypt brothers with Eisenhower goes back at least three years before 1956 crisis.

Your “Arab spring” brothers are seeking different strategy to govern, and they know, they can’t as long as Hamas is on the American “terrorist” list, so, Hamas has to come to terms.

Hamas, Palestine, and Aqsa was their lever to get elected, and get to negociation table with the pragmatic Americans.
 
In his meeting with Burns, Mursi, your fool Egypt brother, the head of the justice and development party, stressed the important role which can be played by the US Administration (Yeeh, in the American elections year) to resolve Palestinian crisis.

Your “fool brother” is “convinced” of the importance of USA-Egyptian relations, but “these relations must be based on equilibrium” he called on Washington to reconsider its accounts and change its policies in accodance with spring Arab revolutions.

I don’t think, Mursi is fool, he knows that one of the major Syrian problems with America is “Terrorist” Hamas, besides “terrorist” Hezbollah, and the stratigic relation with Iran, the mother of “terrorism”. Your brother, Mursi, blamed Burns for the US Administration patiance and called for a “clearer position towards systematic murder against Syrian people”.

Your brothers called and still calling Hamas to leave Damascus, though they know there is no other save heaven. Hamad was right in saying: the your Egypt brothers not be able to protect Hamas as an armed resistance.

“Hamas ended as the movement of armed resistance. Hamas exit from Damascus, which has become confirmed will put an end to hamas as a resistance movement. The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt will not be able to protect Hamas as an armed resistance movement because of the Camp David and Egyptian army presence and the large economic vulnerability in Egypt as well as the Egyptian society is not psychological ready for going to war on the border with Palestine, moreover the Jordan brothers can’t embrace Hamas because Jordan cannot bear this burden.”

Despite Hamas’s denying its intention to leave Damascus Jordanian premier Awn Al-Khasawne had recently said that his government was pondering allowing Hamas cadres and their families to live in Jordan on condition that they would not get involved in any political activity or open an office in Amman”.

Only a fool would expect Jordan or Egypt would host hamas as an armed resistance movement, which will be considered a sever violation to the peace treaties. only a fool would expect America mad at Hamas presence in Damascus would forgive Hamas presence in Jordan (60% of the population arePalestinians), the closest place to West Bank.

We heard many times about that Mishaal would visit Jordan, and we heard Hamas claiming that his planed visit is personal, but today Dr. Salah Al-Bardawil, confirmed that Hamas is seaking presence in Jordan to maintain close contacts with the Palestine cause. “Hamas would never act in a way threatening the political, military, or economic interests of Jordan” he promossed. Hamas can find a place in any other area in the world” Salah Al-Bardawil claimed. Where Mr. Bardawil???
And Erdogan is right in Saying after meeting Haneya  Peace cannot be achieved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict if Hamas is excluded from the process.

I would say, Haniyeh’s Visit to Qatar was cancelled, because Qatar can’t welcome him as a resistance leader saying:

“We promise ….we will not cede a single part of Palestine, we will not cede Jerusalem, we will continue to fight and we will not lay down our arms,”

Mr. Amayereh is seeking a different strategy to restore the palestinian rights, without caring to tell us anything about his strategy, and what is the the rights he wants to restore!!!

Mr. Amayereh claimed that the so-called “Arab spring” is a great asset for Palestinian cause. No sir, it is not, what happened in both Egypt and Tunis (I will not talk about Libya spring) was a military coup by two armies funded and armed by the USA, upon the orders of the USA, otherwise, explain to me why your Syrian “spring” failed in Syria. It failed because the Syrian army is neither funded, nor armed, nor loyal to the USA.   

Sixty years after Eisenhower, we are in a similar situation, Syria, the corner stone of the resistance axis is under a global attack lead by The USA, using the sons and grand sons of the old fools.
  
Today Syria before and after 10 months unrest is not saying “Perhaps if we succeed in bringing Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev back to life?”, not waiting Russia and China, nor even waiting Iran and Hezbollah, because Syrian is fighting its and their battle against the Empire.  

In 1950’s The war was with Egypt about Syria, today the war is with Syria, and about the new middle east, today the USA objective is not stop the spread of communism, its to stop the resistance and the resistance culture, that inspired the temporary halked Arab revolution. 


Rats desert a sinking ship, fools ride and Khalid Amayereh is seeking  a different strategy to restore his rights.

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PA security agency harasses Khalid Amayereh

“I thought the Arab Spring would convince the PA security apparatus to abandon or at least alleviate their police-state tactics against dissent and show more respect for human rights and civil liberties. However, it seems that that the PA, as far as its treatment of its people, remains largely unchanged. Old habits die hard, after all.” thought Mr. Ameyereh.
I remember his article  “The good news from Cairo” [ 08/08/2011 – 09:08 PM ]

Mr, Khalid thought that the PA’s move against Dahan is a result of The latest agreement between Fatah and Hamas the “perfect Ramadan gift for the Palestinian people”. 

He claimed “the Palestinian Authority (PA) decision to move against Muhammed Dahlan, the perpetual trouble-maker, will erase a major cause of the collision between Hamas and Fatah.”
Read the rest here

PA security agency harasses non-conformist Journalist

[ 09/01/2012 – 12:14 AM ]


This is not the first time I’m subjected to harassment and abuse at the hands of Palestinian Authority (PA) security operatives. On several occasions, I had been abused, imprisoned and humiliated by the security agencies. In one episode in 2009, I was made to sleep in a rancid cell after reporting that PA police were preventing and brutally suppressing demonstrations against Israel in protest against Israel ‘s 2008-09 genocidal blitzkrieg against the Gaza Strip.

I thought the Arab Spring would convince the PA security apparatus to abandon or at least alleviate their police-state tactics against dissent and show more respect for human rights and civil liberties. However, it seems that that the PA, as far as its treatment of its people, remains largely unchanged. Old habits die hard, after all.

Most of the PA security operatives remain deeply hateful of anything relating to Hamas [Resistance]. In fact, one could argue with little exaggeration that most of the security agencies have come to consider Hamas enemy number-1 while Israel is viewed as a distant second enemy.

This is due to the intensive indoctrination the security apparatus has been subjected to ever since the defeat and ousting of Fatah militia by Hamas in 2007.

A few years ago a, PA security commander told his Israeli “counterpart” at the Israeli “Civil Administration headquarters” at Beit El near Ramallah, that “we are not enemies, but allies, and our common enemy is Hamas.”

The conversation was reported by an Israeli journalist who attended the meeting.

Last week, I received a summon to report to Rm.-1 at the Preventive Security Apparatus in downtown Hebron. When I arrived there at about 9:00 O’clock in the morning, I was told to wait in a cold room. I waited and waited and waited, without being called for “questioning or interrogation.” Two hours later, I was told to hand over my cell phone and identity card, which I did.

Around one o’clock, an interrogator showed up and asked me to go with him. We sat down in another cold room where he chatted with me rather elaborately about such subjects as the Arab Spring, the Egyptian revolution, and the intra-Palestinian reconciliation.

I told him that I was optimistic about the Arab Spring which I argued was a definite strategic asset for the Palestinian cause.

The interrogator lashed out at Islamist parties in the Arab world, hinting that their arrival to power in a number of Arab countries was made possible thanks to American intervention.
The Muslim Brothers in Egypt received more than their share of the interrogator’s vitriol, probably due to Hamas’s close association with the Muslim Brotherhood.

He pointed out that the Muslim Brothers were virtually traitors since they were likely to uphold the Camp David treaty with Israel . I told him “let us give them a chance.” I was tempted to retort to him [But you didn’t] that his PLO [Say his Fateh leadership, and Yaser Abd Yaser], which had signed the Oslo accords, recognized Israel without receiving a reciprocal Israeli recognition of a putative Palestinian state and that the Egyptians  [Specify] couldn’t become more Palestinian than the Palestinians themselves [Father Palestine].

However, it was amply clear from the beginning that the logic of might, not the might of logic, was the language of the day.


[With Mr. Amayereh’s might logic, Mubarak could argue that its Sadat not him who signed Camp David, he justintended to temporarily honor {just for 3 decades} Egypt’s international pacts, each side has the right to reexamine the treaty.” Mubarak did that he became stratagic asset for Israel, and he said he will never visit Israel. I would ask Mr. Khalid, to think why some Lebanese are more Palrestinian than any Palestinians, why Iranians are arabs more than many Arans??]

Following the “chummy chat” about the Arab Spring and the reconciliation between Fatah and Hamas, I was given my I.D. and mobile phone, which I took as a hint that I could go home.


However, as I was driving home, I received a call from the Preventive Security, alerting me in a threatening tone that I would have to return immediately because the interrogation had not ended.
I returned there, only to be affronted with another PS operative who tried to ride roughshod over me, telling me insolently “when will you stop cursing and instigating against the Palestinian Authority.”
I told him that I was a journalist and that I didn’t indulge in libeling or defaming people.
I added that if he had any evidence against me, he could sue me in court.
He then said “You referred in one of your television interviews that Ismael Haniya (the Prime Minister of the Gaza-based Hamas government) was a legitimate prime minister and that this per se amounted to cursing, libeling and defaming the Palestinian Authority.”
[No Surprise, KHALID you committed a “crime”. BTW, Abbas, The “plucked chicken”,  who soared into the sky with his Statehood bid is mad at Haneya breaking the siege and souring into the “Arab Spring” sky on the way to “Arab spring “Capital”, but I think his chances to complete is tour are poor as long as he say:  “We will not recognize Israel”, “we will continue to fight and we will not lay down our arms”, and the people chanting: “Death to Israel”, “People want Liberation of Palestine”.  And Yaser Abd Yaser is mad at Mishaal assigned by the “Arab House” to convey a message to the Syrian authorities. “Khaled Mishaal has “no right” to mediate with the Arab League for the interest of the Syrian regime, nor to mediate in favour of any other regime Meshaal interfered with the internal affairs of Syria and that’s not right”. he claimed. His master, Abbas, sold the Arab league presidency to Hamad, to mediate in favour of reforming Syria]
I have no doubt that the “Arab spring” is a great asset for Hamas, and hope it would be a great asset for Palestinian cause as you claimed.]
I told him that what he was saying was totally illogical and that in addition to that interrogating me was a clear violation of the law.
According to the Palestinian press law, “security agencies have no right to question, interrogate, detain or arrest a Palestinian journalist on matters related to his or her work.”
He told me that what he was doing was completely compatible with the law and that he would continue to summon me every day until I was thoroughly humbled.
I told him I knew the law even before he was born. He got furious. About half an hour later, another operative showed up, with another summon for Saturday, 7 January.
On that designated date, I showed up at the PS headquarters. I was made to wait several hours, which I thought was a deliberate effort to show me who is the boss there.
I believe that the main goal behind the recurrent summons by the PA security agencies was to force me to exercise self-censorship.
I have written an open letter of PA leader Mahmoud Abbas telling him that it was time he held the security agencies responsible for upholding the rule of law. [LOL, I thought you tell him, “The PA must change, or it will be changed”]
I explained to him that we Palestinians must choose between the rule of the law and the rule of Baltagiya or Shabbiha (thugs). [Shabbiha= Syrian, right Khalid, do you dare to call “Palestinian Authority (PA) security operatives” Baltagiya or Shabbiha (thugs)]
I also spoke with the head of the Palestinian Press Association. He promised to end the problem in a few hours. But I am still waiting.
At the waiting room, I met two college students who told me they had been badly mistreated and beaten on charges of affiliation with the Islamic Student Bloc.
One of the two, whose last name is Awadi, the son of a refugee family that originally hailed from Ramleh in what is now Israel , told me that he was meted out a criminal treatment.
“In any other country, any interrogator implicated in the kind of beating that we were subjected to would be dismissed, prosecuted and punished. And we would be compensated for damages.
“But look, we are being persecuted everyday as Fatah and Hamas keep talking about Musalaha or national reconciliation.” [Both know that it will lead to nowhere. Its a fight but without guns. Get it Mr. Ameyereh]
The other student, who hails from the village of Kharas near Hebron and studies Computer Science at the Polytechnic institute, said he was summoned more than 12 times in less than a month and that he had to drop the current semester.
I asked the two students if they were accused of serious matters such as possessing illegal firearms, they replied in the negative, telling me that their only crime was their alleged affiliation with the Islamist Student Bloc.
The appealed to me to publicize their plight, saying that Hamas must under no circumstances reach reconciliation agreements as long as political prisoners swell PA jails.

[I assure you and the two student, no reconciliation agreements could be reached unless Hamas comes to PA’s terms or otherwise. The PA burned its ships, and Hamas’s project, is bigger than Palestine, like Hezbollah’s Project. The shotest way to foil both is divide to conquer] 
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"Arab spring" is a great asset for Palestinian cause – commented

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but its content
الاناء ينضح بما فيه

This piece of sh*t is written by Mr. amayereh before started his U-TURN, Shocked and owed by the people reaction against his brothers messages and dialogue with the USA and lately with Zionist media, he warned: “Don’t allow yourselves to fall into the trap”

However, when you read this piece of ass, remember the following:

    • “looming demise of some other regimes in the region” = Syria
    • “hypocrites and hangers-on (orphans of tyranny)”, “inciters having the mentality of a thug, morality of a thief and psychology of a pathological liar.”, “darlings of the West “, “depressed liars”   = Those who refuse to sell out the freedom and independace of their country for their personal freedom.
    • “regimes exploited the legitimate Palestinian cause in order to repress and torment their own people and stay in power”, and “some Arab land” = Syria, and only Syria, not Mubarak’s regime
    • “innocent Arabs and Muslims were brutally killed and tortured in the name of fighting Israel and Zionism.” = Syrian Muslim Brothers
    • “enocidal atrocities that we see on our TV screens” = The Hasbara you see on Arab and international media controlled by “Nazi like” zionism
    • “Arab revolutionaries” = Islamists
    • “Arab Spring is going the wrong way.” = The right way is to accept Camp David in order not to rock the islamists boat and then direct talks “Abbas way” to ammend the peace treaty to ensure “human occupation”
    • “vast majority of Arabs are Muslim” =  “vast majority of Arabs are islamist?”

Arab spring is a great asset for Palestinian cause

[ 21/12/2011 – 11:19 PM ]
By Khalid Amayreh in occupied Palestine
Some of the pseudo intellectuals in the Arab world are lamenting the demise of “progressive regimes” in Libya, Tunisia and Egypt as well as the looming demise of some other regimes in the region. 

These erstwhile hypocrites and hangers-on, who had benefited immensely, financially and otherwise, from their close association with some of the defunct regimes, are now bewailing the allegedly negative impact of Arab revolutions on the overall Palestinian cause.

These orphans of tyranny and despotism falsely think that Arab tyrants, the ones who have been consigned to the dustbin of history and the others awaiting their turn, preserved the Palestinian cause from possible demise and prevented Israel from achieving its expansionistic goals.

The truth of the matter, however, is that all these regimes exploited the legitimate Palestinian cause in order to repress and torment their own people and stay in power as long as possible, all under the false rubric of challenging Zionism and Western imperialism.

Thus, thousands, probably tens of thousands of innocent Arabs and Muslims were brutally killed and tortured in the name of fighting Israel and Zionism. Hundreds of thousands were imprisoned and persecuted for demanding freedom, dignity and human rights.

The great Arab poet, al-Mutanabbi, probably had these sycophants in mind when he said: “The tears of the eye betray their man if they happen to harrowing after the traitors”

Well, since when would the merciless murder of our fellow Arab citizens lead to the liberation of Palestine. (SINCE WHEN COMMING TO USA AND ZIONIST TERMS LEAD TO LIBERATION OF PALESTINE)
Indeed, if Palestine were to be liberated by way of slaughtering our fellow Arab brothers at the hands of tyrannical Arab regimes and their murderous, sadistic and cannibalistic armies, then we would rather see our usurped homeland remain un-liberated. (Indeed, if palestine were to be sold out by our fellow “democratic” Islamists, then we wouls rather prefer “Dictatorship”)

The liberation of Palestine, an honorable goal of paramount importance, must never be used and manipulated by tyrannical and murderous leaders to justify the genocidal atrocities that we see on our TV screens around the clock. Unfortunately, this is exactly what is happening.
(Islam must never be used and manipulated by fanatic Muslims to justify justify the genocidal atrocities that we don’t see on your TV screens around the clock such as this one)

In case you missed it: Arab League: Person Who Gave Statements to Media about Conditions in Homs is NOT a Member of Mission Delegation


That is why we Palestinians must remind our Arab brothers (Syrian people), especially those who justify their murderous repression of their own people by invoking the Palestinian mantra, please don’t use the pure and just Palestinian cause to justify your ignominious treatment of your people.

Because the Palestinian people and their just cause are absolutely innocent of the Arab blood that is being spilled in some Arab land. 


Having said that it is imperative that we refuse to listen these paid liars and provocateurs who are trying to instigate against Arab revolutionaries.

Some of these pundits are citing the successes of Islamic movements in recent Arab elections as evidence that the Arab Spring is going the wrong way.

What Islamists do when ballotboxes don’t work

Well, have these pseudo writers and journalists forgotten that the vast majority of Arabs are Muslim? And what are Muslims supposed to do when they go to the ballot boxes? Give their votes to the idols of corruption, political paganism and traitors who have brought one disaster after the other on Arabs in the name of Arab nationalism and socialism and what have you? (TO MY BEST KNOWLEDG NEITHER MUBARAK,NOR BIN ALI WERE NATIONALIST AND SOCIALIST- let us wait to see where comming Syrian vote goes – two thirds of Syrian are Muslim Sunnis not Islamist)

Unfortunately, these inciters have the mentality of a thug, morality of a thief and psychology of a pathological liar. When they argue for democracy, one might think they are the best democrats under the sun. However, when elections are conducted fairly and transparently and Islamic-oriented candidates win most votes as happened recently in Egypt and Tunisia, these darlings of the West go into deep lethargy, lamenting the loss of democracy, human rights and civil liberties.
depressed liars
In truth, these depressed liars represent a small minority in the Arab-Muslim Middle East. And because their real size in the street is determined and exposed in full view of the entire world, they give in to their morbid defensive reflexes and start raising doubts and unjustified questions about the choice of the people which reflects the will of the people.

We must recognize that the Palestinian cause faced its first disaster the day the Arab people lost their collective will to the Arab tyrant (NASER), be he a dynastic despot or a pseudo revolutionary thug.


Likewise, we must recognize that the restoration by the masses of their previously arrogated will will empower and strengthen the masses sooner or later.


Needless to say, crushed, humiliated and starved people wouldn’t and couldn’t liberate Palestine .


That is why Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims as well as all free men and women around the world ought to be hopeful that the new situation in the Arab world will militate against Israel and make Israel’s Nazi-like occupation and apartheid untenable. (PLEASE DON’T ROCK OUR BOAT)


Yes, no one is claiming that Palestine will be liberated tomorrow from Israeli Nazism, or Jewish Nazism, thanks to the Arab Spring. (THANKS TO ISLAMISTS)  

However, there is no doubt whatsoever that the liberation of the collective Arab (FROM NATIONALISM AND SOCILISM) will from the diabolical stranglehold of tyranny and dictatorship will put the Palestinian cause on the right track, a track that will take us to freedom, justice and peace. (to negociation table, where we shall force Israel to treat palestinians as humans)

Again, 

The pot leaks nothing but its content
الاناء ينضح بما فيه

 
Meanwhile, Israel live in fear of Pro Assad Hizbollah and “SILENT!!” Hamas (Based in Damuscus) targeting military bases and air reserve collection centres in next war.
Meanwhile, Haneya shortened his tour to include Sudan and Tunis only.
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Khalid Amayereh: All we want from Egypt is to tell Israel, straight in the eyes, our commitment to the Camp David Peace Treaty depends on your behavior toward the Palestinians


Why Mr. Ameyereh??

The answer:

“….The Muslim Brotherhood is not going to be at Hamas’s beck and call…. relations between Islamic movements and countries (Except Syria) are not conducted in this way…Egypt is suffering from immense social and economic problems at the home front, which means that the country can’t devote all or most of its energies to the Palestinian issue… Egypt, and that is very important, should create a real linkage between its own commitment to the Camp David Peace Treaty with Israel on the one hand and Israeli behavior toward the Palestinians on the other… Israeli policies and behaviors …..killing of the two-state- solution possibility….. In short, an Islamist-led Egypt would have to tell Israel, straight in the eyes, that there cannot be “business as usual” with the Jewish state (Amayreh said Jewish state, not the zionist entity, not even Israel) if the Palestinians continue to be savaged and brutalized and pushed to the corner…..”

The above quotes are the core of all recent comments written by Amayereh in PIC

His London’s Facebook brother wrote:

“We promised them with every revolution to rejoice their defeat and our next gloat will be soon from free Damascus, God willing, that’s a promise!”

Hamas-Cairo connection must be enforced  [ 28/12/2011 – 12:28 AM ]
 

By Khalid Amayreh in occupied Palestine

Ismael Haniya’s visit to Cairo is undoubtedly a right step, occurring at the right time and going in the right direction.

For years, Haniya and other Palestinian Islamist leaders, many of them elected by their own people in free and fair elections, were treated as personas non-grata by the defunct Egyptian regime of Husni Mubarak.

Not only that. The ex-president said nothing and did nothing as Israel sought to decapitate the Gaza Strip three years ago when the apartheid Zionist regime launched its genocidal blitzkrieg on the virtually-unprotected coastal enclave, killing, maiming and incinerating thousands of men, women and children.

Adding insult to injury and in order to receive a certificate of good conduct from Israel and her guardian-ally, the United States, the Mubarak regime consolidated and tightened the manifestly criminal siege on the Gaza Strip, leaving the 1.6 million Gaza inhabitants to their fate.

Now, all of this has changed thanks to the great Egyptian revolution which ousted Mubark and sent him to jail where he should belong for the rest of his life. Which really gives us the hope that a new chapter of relations between Egypt and the Palestinians will be opened.

The opening of this chapter will be necessary if the Egyptian revolution is to acquire wider Islamist legitimacy and if true democracy is to be allowed to prosper in a country of more than 80 million who have grown up, watching a Hitlerian Israel murder, savage and humiliate their brethren in Palestine.

Haniya held gorgeous meetings with many Egyptian dignitaries as well as the Secretary-General of the Arab League, Nabil al-Arabi.

The elected Palestinian prime minister also had a fruitful and cordial meeting with the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood who’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) has scored landslide victories in the two stages of the ongoing Egyptian elections.

Hamas is ideologically affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood. Hence, the ascendancy of the Brotherhood to influence and power in Cairo is likely to help the Palestinians get rid of their erstwhile orphan status, which enabled a notoriously Gestapo-minded Israel to gang up on them anytime it wishes, with or without a reason.

I don’t think brother Haniya needs to be elaborative or exhaustive in explaining to the Egyptian brothers the situation in the Gaza Strip and the unrelenting Nazi-like campaign of terror, murder and economic strangulation the Zionist regime and its criminal allies are carrying out against the thoroughly tormented people of Gaza.

The steadfastness of Gazans is more than legendary. It actually transcends reality.

I believe the Egyptian Muslim Brothers are fully aware of the overall situation in Palestine. And they don’t need anyone to explain to them the suffering and dire human conditions facing most Palestinians.

What they need instead is a practical prioritizing strategy to enable them to help the Palestinian people and their just cause more effectively while taking into account objective political realities in Egypt and the region.

The Muslim Brotherhood is not going to be at Hamas’s beck and call. And I don’t think that Hamas envisages such a possibility. In the final analysis, relations between Islamic movements and countries are not conducted in this way.

Non the less, the ascendancy of the Islamists to power, either partially or fully, is undoubtedly a development of paramount strategic importance that must be fully utilized in order to rectify the scandalously oblique balance vis-à-vis Israel.

It is true that Egypt is suffering from immense social and economic problems at the home front, which means that the country can’t devote all or most of its energies to the Palestinian issue.

However, the new Egypt will have to demonstrate to Israel that a new strategic situation is already taking place in the region, thanks to the Arab Spring, and that Egypt will no longer tolerate the Nazi-like treatment meted out to the Palestinians.


Egypt, and that is very important, should create a real linkage between its own commitment to the Camp David Peace Treaty with Israel on the one hand and Israeli behavior toward the Palestinians on the other.


After all, all aspects of Israeli policies and behaviors are squarely incompatible with the stipulations of the hapless peace treaty, including the scandalous settlement expansion, the unmitigated Judaizing of East Jerusalem as well as the effective killing of the two-state- solution possibility.


Apart from this, Egypt is demanded to play the role of “Big Brother” for the Palestinian cause. Indeed, there is a whole lot of issues that can be tackled in this regard ranging from revoking travel restrictions to allowing for unfettered travel from and to the Gaza Strip via the Rafah border terminal.

Egypt should also help the Palestinians, especially in the Gaza Strip, deliver themselves from the humiliating dependence on Israel for their power and fuel consumptions. We saw over the years the cruel and sadistic use of fuel and electricity supplies from Israel to the Gaza Strip whereby Israel resorted on many occasions to cutting off these supplies for political consideration and in order to torment and humiliate the Palestinians.

In short, an Islamist-led Egypt would have to tell Israel, straight in the eyes, that there cannot be “business as usual” with the Jewish state if the Palestinians continue to be savaged and brutalized and pushed to the corner.

Needless to say, one of the immediate priorities in this regard must be the lifting of the 4-year-siege on Gaza. The people of Gaza have suffered too much and for too long as a result of this barbarity.

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Amayereh, indirectly,addressing himself and his brothers: Don’t allow yourselves to fall into the trap.

Amayereh in his final analysis: The Islamists and US: The prospects (Business) don’t seem too good (Even in Iraq and Syria)

As “We can’t take people’s support for granted.” Don’t allow yourselves to fall into the trap. (Again, GET OUT OF THE TRAP, BEFORE ITS TOO LATE)

Egyptians without “the Muslim Brotherhood’s party”
gather in Tahrir for Friday protests

The Islamists and US: The prospects don’t seem too good

[ 23/12/2011 – 09:16 PM ]

By Khalid Amayreh in occupied Palestine

Edited/commented by Alex in blue

It is probably true that many within the American political establishment would like to have good relations with Islamist movements in the Arab world.

The reason for this unlikely propensity has nothing to do with any sudden, infatuation or love affair with political Islam on Washington’s part.

The U.S. consistently viewed Islamist groups in the Middle East and beyond with sullen hostility and convulsive animosity, especially after the 9/11 events in the United States. 






Real politik NATO vs. Syria

The real reason for the developing but still fledgling relations between Washington and Islamist groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, stems from considerations of pragmatism and real politik.

The Islamists are becoming the leading ideological and political force in several Arab countries. This fact can’t be ignored as American geo-political interests in the Arab region would suffer (Is suffering) immensely if Washington viewed the “Arab Spring” with indifference.

Needless to say, the United States has always been hostile to Islamic political movements that stand for freedom, human rights and civil liberties. In fact, the US has been especially inimical to some of the most democratic Islamist movements, such as Hamas, for daring to fight Israel.

The U.S. continues to consider Hamas, the Palestinian Islamic Liberation movement, which was democratically elected in 2006, as a terrorist organization, mainly for exercising the inalienable legal and moral right of resisting the Nazi-like Israeli occupation of Palestine. (According to Amayereh, the Problem is not the Occupation, its the Nazi-Like occupation)

Now, it will be quite interesting (Stupid to wait) to see how America’s perceptions and attitudes toward the Islamist movements will evolve if these groups maintain a solid and uncompromising stance vis-à-vis Israel.

None the less, it is hard (Stupid) to be hopeful about the prospects of relations between Islamist-led Arab regimes and the U.S. whose politics and policies are controlled and determined to a large extent by an American Congress that accords Israeli interests much more importance than it does American interests.

There are many reasons for this pessimism. First of all, the U.S. government will not be free to show any significant amount of good will toward the Islamists. The powerful Jewish lobby would overrule any meaningful American effort to that effect. (America is the real enemy, Israel in the final analysis is a tool. Get it stupid)
Hence, it is unlikely that the U.S. government will be able, even if willing, to offer the Islamists any meaningful inducements that would lead to the creation of fruitful working relations with Islamist-led regimes. Besides, an arrogant Congress that is accustomed to issuing orders and ultimatums to rulers as well as states is unlikely to easily swallow the fact that a new breed of rulers has appeared in the Arab world, rulers who won’t be intimidated by sticks or induced be carrots and who won’t be at America’s beck and call.

Apart from that, it is imperative to point out that the Islamists themselves, especially in Egypt, have their own (people’s) pressing restraints. Any Islamist party, including the Muslim Brotherhood, would suffer immensely in terms of their popularity and public standing if they showed any slackness with regard to the principled Islamist stance on Israel.

 

This equation, which reflected America’s hegemony on the one hand and the ignominious subservience of defunct Arab regimes on the other, will have to be rectified, possibly in a radical manner (History is repeating itself, the Syrian brothers selected the “right” historical moment, ignoring power that America is not 1980’s America, Iran is very stong, Iraq is Liberated, Hezbullah is wating to turn any Israeli mistake into a historical oportionity).

Another victim of Syrian anti-tank teams was this Merkava Mk.1, destroyed in Beirut, in early summer 1982 by an RPG. The Israelis subsequently mounted a local counterattack and recovered the wreckage. (ACIG.org archives)


But since America won’t be free to backtrack on its umbilical connection with Israel even one centimeter, thanks to the powerful Jewish lobby, (And Since Egypt brotherhood started to suffer immensely in terms of their popularity and public standing, gained for politically supporting Hamas, and  Hezbullah) it would be similarly hard for the Islamists to appear as submitting to American pressure or blackmail especially on Israel-related issues, thanks to the highly vigilant and politicized public which would send the Islamists home when elections are held next time.. (So its the next elections, not the principled Islamist stance on Israel)

There are those (With Mr. Amayereh at the top) who might argue (Argued) though that the right thing to do is to pursue a pragmatic approach toward Washington irrespective of the Palestinian issue (In any case, we all hope and pray that the next elected government in Egypt, in which the Islamists would have a strong influence, will create an absolute linkage between commitment to the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty and Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians – So the issue is not the occupation, it is the Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians ) But this would be the most lethal advice that one could offer the Islamists.

Forgetting, ignoring or even not giving the Palestinian (ALL PALESTINE) issue the paramount attention it deserves, would harm the Islamists’ image for years to come (Fore ever). The irreparable damage would be too colossal to contain and too indelible to rectify.
Don’t allow yourselves to fall into the trap. (GET OUT OF THE TRAP, BEFORE ITS TOO LATE, however its too late in Syria, Libya and Iraq) 




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A venomous snake wouldn’t bit its own tail.

The attacks on mosques in occupied Palestine “are perpetrated under the slogan “Price Tag” every time the Israeli army moves to dismantle a Jewish settlement outpost.”

“So why is it that the Palestinians and their places of worship are attacked, not the Israeli army? “ asked Khalid amayereh.

“a venomous snake wouldn’t bit its own tail” answered one Israeli writer,
“Hence, Jewish leaders must have the necessary courage and rectitude to admit that Jewish terrorism is a two-lane street and that Muslims won’t stand idle if their peaceable holy places continue to be torched and vandalized in the most blatant and unprovoked manner.” Warned Mr. Amayereh.

“Crying out for help won’t help very much. We have to do our own duty first and none would blame us for doing what anyone else would if they were in our shoes. ” He concluded.
 
I have a question to Khalid.
 
Is it a concidence that the zionist attackes on Muslim site intesified after the so-called “arab spring” and the global war on resistance axis?

IOF-Settlers-Jewish Loby – Three in one

 
Get it STUPID, while you are preaching on the right momemt to end, modify, use the Arab- Israeli peace treaties to force Israel to improve its treatment to Palestinians, and you and your Brotherhood are conspiring to reform Syria, the multi-heads zionist monistor, as they did since the birth of zionist movement, selected the right moment to act, to complete their “Independace war”  

The Jewish war on Islam in Palestine

[ 17/12/2011 – 11:48 PM ]

 

By Khalid Amayreh in occupied Palestine

As Jewish terrorist attacks on mosques in occupied Palestine are assuming a phenomenal frequency.
Indeed, with the Israeli government and security establishment doing next to nothing to put an end to this wanton and unprovoked terror, a huge fire is being started in the region.

In religious wars, all sides are usually variably culpable and blamable . However, in the occupied Palestinian territories, Jewish fanatics bear nearly 100% of the blame.

Their attacks against mosques are not provoked by similar Palestinian attacks against Jewish religious places. In fact, Jewish terror groups readily admit that arson attacks against mosques are meant to embarrass the Israeli occupation army.

The attacks are perpetrated under the slogan “Price Tag” every time the Israeli army moves to dismantle a Jewish settlement outpost.

So why is it that the Palestinians and their places of worship are attacked, not the Israeli army?

Well, it takes a thoroughly sick mind to rationalize, even glamorize such attacks, but the Israeli settler camp never faces a shortage of virulence, mental depravity and mental sickness.

We are talking after all about the worst of the worst that racist, Talmudic Judaism could breed, people who view the rest of mankind as subhuman.

The practical implications of such a venomous ideology are enormous and absolutely nefarious. If non-Jews are subhuman, then their lives must be worthless, have no sanctity and expendable.

Think not I am making an exaggeration as it is difficult to exaggerate the evilness of these racist thugs who spend a lifetime demonizing and dehumanizing humanity as they celebrate their Chosen-people or Master-race status.

Unfortunately, the Israeli government and security establishment are giving these criminal-minded thugs a free rein to gang up on virtually unprotected Palestinian civilians, torch mosques and churches and vandalize olive groves throughout occupied Palestine.

It is very hard to buy the Israeli government’s argument that these terrorists are a marginal group. But even if they were a marginal group, this wouldn’t minimize the gravity of their terrorist actions.
The Nazi Hitler Youth was once viewed as a marginal group. However, the world saw what that “marginal” group was able to do during Kristalnacht in November, 1938.

Hence, the question begs itself whether the Israeli government should wait until the so-called hill-top “troublemakers” morph into a Jewish Hitler Youth.

Unfortunately, the Israeli government, the most fascist ever, can’t be given the benefit of the doubt.
In the final analysis, the suspected connivance and obvious leniency with which the Netanyahu government treats these despicable criminals, along with the mind-boggling reluctance to prosecute them raise many hard questions about the nature of that government.
One Israeli writer, when asked recently why the government didn’t exercise its legal authority to arrest and try Jewish terrorists who attack Muslim and Christian holy place, said a venomous snake wouldn’t bit its own tail.

There is another worrying dimension to this obscenity, namely the virtually complete absence of real condemnations of these terrorist acts by Jewish leaders in Israel and abroad.

Jewish leaders in Europe and North America wouldn’t wait a minute to condemn the slightest anti-Semitic attack on Jewish targets, even if this target happened to be a lone Jewish grave in an isolated village in Eastern Europe .

Even remarks or even slip-of-the-tongue jokes are castigated and people are made to pay a price.
However, when fellow Jews carry out outrageous acts of terror, arson and vandalism against mosques and churches, we see that these same Jewish leaders become speechless as if the acts of terror took place in a different galaxy.
The Jewish leadership must realize that the orphans of Kahana and thuggish terrorists of Gush Emunim are more than trouble makers. They are in fact criminal fire-starters whose pyromania could burn Jews as well as non-Jews.

Hence, Jewish leaders must have the necessary courage and rectitude to admit that Jewish terrorism is a two-lane street and that Muslims won’t stand idle if their peaceable holy places continue to be torched and vandalized in the most blatant and unprovoked manner.

Of course, it would be naïve to expect verbal condemnations by Jewish leaders to stem the tide of Jewish settler terror against Muslim and Christian holy places.

However, this is the very least Jewish leaders should and can do to exonerate themselves from the ostensibly logical Charge that these leaders adopt a duplicitous attitude toward Jewish terror in Palestine by denouncing it when speaking to a non-Jewish audience while praising it privately.

Finally, the Palestinians themselves must not entrust the task of protecting mosques and Churches to Israel . The Palestinian Authority (PA) must deploy armed guards in the vicinity of mosques in order to protect them from Jewish terror.

Crying out for help won’t help very much. We have to do our own duty first and none would blame us for doing what anyone else would if they were in our shoes.

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Israel testing the "USA-Brotherhood understanding"

Update: Breaking “Fatwa”: Qaradawi: Syrians Can Call for Foreign Intervention to Topple Assad



 Yesterday, Feltman said in clear words to all concerned.

  • We conducted a dialogue with leaders of «brotherhood», we reached an understanding the peace agreement with Israel should be respected. Our impression that they understand the value of Camp David for stability in Egypt
  • We must not cling to past. In the light of changes in the region we should share information and estimates, coordinate with our strategic partner, Israel, and think about how we move forward.
  • Direct negotiations is the only way to have a Palestinian statehood. After meeting King Abdullah of Jordan, Feltman came to Jerusalem and Ramallah «to examine how to launch direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.
  • Reconciliation between Fatah and Hamas would not be achieved, because the deep divides remain unchanged, they represent an obstacle to genuine reconciliation. Feltman I made it clear to Abu Mazin, Hamas is a “terrorist” organization, No statehood unless Hamas comes to terms.

Acccording to Mr. Khalid Amayereh and his brothers, the “Islamist reality” has come to terms. “It is is not the moment to open a front against Israel,” “that might rock their boat at such a crucial juncture.” its the moment forconstructive relations between an Islamist-dominated or Islamist-influenced regime in Cairo” and the USA.

After the Abbas-Mishaal encounter Mr. Amayereh asked : what is next?

On that I wrote:

With the failure of the Israeli famous historical destruction machine in Jully 2006 war on Lebanon, and 2008 war on besieged Gaza, Israel and the West realised that the power balance in the Middle East as a whole has changed, and the existence of Israel as an entity at risk, that the days of Israel in the region are numbered.

The International brotherhood undertook to break the cornor stone of the Axis of resistance (connecting Gaza to Tehran), the Dead line is december 31

The USRAELI reading was clear and concise and simplified: Hezbollah-Hamas is able to eliminate Israel. We fail to eradicate Hezbollah-Hamas . Behind them there is another axis: Syria-Iran. Let us try there.

Now, they are trying and shall fail.
One Palestinian killed,
17 others wounded in occupation airstrikes

They need a little victory before the year’s end to cover their shameful withdrawal from Iraq. They think such victory could be achieved in Gaza while Syria and Iran are busy with their internal affairs, and off course while Hamas brothers are busy with eveything (Syria at the top), except Jerusalem and the besieged Gaza.

While Mr. Khalid Amayereh and his brothers, stormed their brains and found “It is is not the moment to open a front against Israel,” that might rock their boat at such a crucial juncture.”
Usrael, failing to put Hamas to terms, stormed its brain and found its the right moment to rock MB’s boat to test their understanding with MB, and promise not to support terrorism.

Meanwhile:
Haneyya gov’t asks Egypt, UN to bridle Israeli aggression

Flashback:

Is Israel getting the message? Asked Mr. Amayreh, ” the Middle East is undergoing a real political earthquake of historic proportions, Israel is showing signs of confusion in face of what the Israeli media is calling “the new strategic situation in the region”. he added “with the latest crises between Tel Aviv on one side and both Cairo and Ankara on the other, the former is beginning, though slowly and reluctantly, to realise that the arrogance of power is largely inexpedient, unduly provocative and detrimental to Israel’s standing and interests.”
On that I wrote:Yes, Mr. Amayreh, Israel got the message, so did the Nato including your Turkey. So did many “activists” such as Sami Jadallah, and the Palestinian Idiot. Unfortunately you and the magority of your brothers failed to get the message. Zoom out to see their reply message in Libya and Syria

PressTV – Israel relaunching attacks on Gaza on anniversary of 22-day war


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One Palestinian Martyred, 15 Injured in Israeli Strike
Two Palestinians killed in Israeli raid
Zionist Massacres .. Never to Forget, Never to Forgive

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"We can’t take people’s support for granted."

I Agree with Mr. Amayereh,Islamists can’t can’t take people’s support for granted….but I would assure him, that Islamist betting on pleasing American Administration, the real enermy, shall lose people’s support.
I, also, Agree with Mr. Amayereh “The Islamists in Egypt and elsewhere in the Arab world must not fall prey to the illusion that the West, especially the US, is undergoing a moral conversion and will soon come to terms with the will of the people.” but I would add that his hope that the US may come to terms is another illusion, a sixy years old illusion. Arab regimes, failing to realize who is the real enemy, lost 60 years betting on the next American President, or his next term.
Mubarak lost because his U.S.- armed, US-trained and US-financed Army was ordered to dump him. In Egypt, all Egyptians, not only “The Islamists”, as Mr. Amayereh claimed, have suffered so much and waited so long..”
Let us remember the military councel’s legitimacy comes from Tahrir,” therefore as long as People remain steadfast and hold their ground in Tahrir, It not Over Till It’s Over.

Obama just changed the horse, just replaces the Moderate Arabs with Moderate Islamists.

The result of the Egyptian elections are “very disturbing” for the Israelis because Obama who sell-out Mubarak, may sell-out the military councel. But, Obama who celebrated the result of the Egyptian elections as a victory for “democracy.” made it clear to Istrael and its Lobby: “We don’t compromise when it comes to Israel’s security … and that will continue,”

Acccording to Mr. Amayereh and his brothers, the “Islamist reality” should come to terms. “It is is not the moment to open a front against Israel,” “that might rock their boat at such a crucial juncture.” its the moment for constructive relations between an Islamist-dominated or Islamist-influenced regime in Cairo” and the USA 
 

Ehud Barak got the message from both,
“It is premature to predict how the changes we are witnessing will turn out. It may be that they are positive in the historic context but present a problem in the immediate context,” Barak said. 

To cut it short take from the Arab Islamist HORSE

Wake-up, “The enemy is the American Administration and its “tool” not “ally” in the region, Israel”

“O people and political forces, don’t be deluded by the American Administration as it is the one occupying your Palestine, violating your Al-Quds, threatening your Holy mosque, and it is the one responsible, even before the enemy, of holding thousands of Palestinians in prisons, and of displacing, torturing, and besieging them in Gaza and the West Bank…. The enemy is this American Administration and its “tool” not “ally” in the region, Israel, ….

Palestine should always remain the first central cause no matter how much the situation worsens, and the conflicts increased. This is what we believe in and work for…..

….This is the great challenge for the Egyptian political forces that will win in the elections and form the new authority. The challenge of Palestine, Al-Quds, Gaza, Camp David, and the country\s stance from this entity….
….When Israel is defeated in Lebanon and in Gaza, this means Israel is beatable, and when America is defeat in Iraq, this means America is beatable. Just like it was beaten in Iraq, it could be beaten in any other country, but the Americans want to conceal this defeat…..
…..Two days ago Ghalyoun said that “if we change the regime gain power in Syria we will cut our ties with Iran and with the resistance movements in Lebanon and Palestine,” naming Hezbollah and Hamas. These are all credits for the America and Israel.
And when he was asked about the Golan Heights, he said he will refer to the international community. After 20 to 30 years of failed efforts by the UN, these come out today aiming at ending Syria’s relation with the resistance movements and returning to the international community.

What is worse is that one of the leaders who is related to an Islamic organization in Syria, said that when we change the situation in Syria, we well cross the borders into Lebanon and punish Hezbollah. All these are credits to America and Israel, because Hezbollah is their enemy, it is the one that defeated Israel.

I state this before the Syrian people, and before the Lebanese people who say that we are misreading the situation in Syria. The past two days have assured to us that we have been reading the situation correctly and that the main target is the resistance movements in the region. What is demanded in Syria is not the reforms but rather a betraying, submissive Arab regime to America and Israel.”

Islamists need to be vigilant, not euphoric

[ 05/12/2011 – 11:16 PM ]

By Khalid Amyreh in occupied Jerusalem

The sweeping victories Islamist and quasi-Islamist political parties have scored in recent elections in a number of Arab countries should grant the Arab masses a lot of confidence in pursuing their goals.

The Islamists have suffered so much and waited so long before reaching this point

However, this is not the time for indulging in euphoria because the enemies of Islam, especially Israel and her guardian-ally, the United States, are far from coming to terms with the outcome of Arab revolutions.

Israel, which tightly controls the politics and policies of the U.S., is beginning to sense the strategic transformation that is unfolding in the region.

And while some Israeli officials and commentators try desperately to put a good face on the “new situation”, a majority of Israeli strategic planners do admit that the apartheid regime is indeed the biggest loser of the Arab spring.

Israel has been especially phobic and spasmodic about the triumph of the Islamists in Egypt , with Israeli and Zionist leaders privately and publicly pleading to Washington to try to scuttle or circumvent some of the foreseen implications of the Islamists ascending to the helm of power in Cairo .

According to reliable sources, Israel is now pressing the Obama administration to press the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) in Cairo to deny a prospective Islamist-dominated parliament certain sovereign powers, including appointing government, running Egypt’s foreign relations, with particular emphasis on the “Israeli file.”

The Obama administration is yet to elucidate its “preferences” vis-à-vis the upcoming regime in Cairo. But the initial indications don’t seem auspicious, especially with American elections looming on the horizon.

The administration has opened a channel of contact with the Muslim Brotherhood, but some Islamist sources have referred to this feat as being “belated or even too late.”
One Egyptian Islamist leader who spent many years in Husni Mubarak’s jails and dungeons told this writer that the Americans “are trying to explore the landscape of the Islamist map.”
“I think the main problem hindering constructive relations between an Islamist-dominated or Islamist-influenced regime in Cairo lies with Israel and its powerful lobby in Washington.

“We, in the Brotherhood, have no inherent or intrinsic hostility toward America or the American people. Our main problem with America is America’s pornographic support for to Israel. We simply can’t have stable relations with the U.S. if it keeps up its obscene embrace of Israeli oppression and ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians.

“If we pursue the old policies of Mubarak, the Egyptian masses will forsake us in the next elections. We can’t take people’s support for granted.”

Vigilance

The Islamists in Egypt and elsewhere in the Arab world must not fall prey to the illusion that the West, especially the US, is undergoing a moral conversion and will soon come to terms with the will of the people.

The will of the people must be defended and consolidated through a bitter and sustained struggle. Only when our foes, near and distant, despair of their ability to thwart or confiscate the will of the people will they stop their exploitation, plots and evil conspiracies to control the will of the masses to regain their sovereignty and dignity from erstwhile tyranny and subservience to foreign powers.

Hence, the victorious Islamist parties are strongly advised to form the broadest possible front with all sincere forces, Islamist and otherwise, in order to repulse and overcome possible pressures from familiar headquarters.
This solid front will shield the fledgling Islamic experiment from some of the avoidable and unnecessary harms, coming from anti-Islamic forces.

Yes, the Algerian scenario, whereby the army carries out a coup against the will of the people, is unlikely to repeat itself in Egypt now. But this doesn’t mean at all that even more insidious scenarios to undercut the will of the people can be ruled out.

This is why the Islamists must see to it that any foreign pressure or interference that has the smell of trying to turn the wheels of time backward must be met with the will of the people of Egypt, not by the Islamists alone.

There is no doubt that the Israeli snake and its agents and mouthpieces will try, even ferociously and vociferously, to create a lot of distraction to any government in Cairo that adopts a pro-active stance against Israeli Nazism, especially the pornographic oppression meted out to the Palestinians.

Israel and her supporters are likely to make a big fuss about the sectarian issue, probably by manipulating some Coptic separatists and expatriates in the West. Israel might also try to keep an anti-Israel government in Egypt in a perpetual defensive position, responding to Israeli propaganda fireballs.

Hence, the new would-be rulers of Egypt must see to it that no free ammunition is provided to fuel Israeli propaganda, such as taking a lenient stance toward any criminal attacks on churches or other targets.

Now a last word to the Salafi brothers. You have achieved a spectacular victory in the first round of the Egyptian elections. This is undoubtedly a great favor from the Almighty. But, you too, shouldn’t be euphoric. Election victories can be won and lost like any other variable.

Only through unity with other Islamist forces, even those who might differ with you in their tactics and way of thinking, will the Islamic preference succeed and be vindicated in the eyes of many. So, please make sure you are not carried away by your spectacular performance. You need to be wise. Your enemies, our enemies and the enemies of Egypt are impatiently waiting to see you stumble. Please keep them waiting for eternity.

Palestine and the Status Quo

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The Abbas-Mishaal encounter: what is next? – The start of a ”real" Palestinian partnership

With the failure of the Israeli famous historical destruction machine  in Jully 2006 war on Lebanon, and 2008 war on besieged Gaza, Israel and the West realised that the power balance in the Middle East as a whole has changed, and the existence of Israel as an entity at risk, that the days of Israel in the region are numbered.

The International brotherhood undertook to break the cornor stone of the Axis of resistance (connecting Gaza to Tehran), the Dead line is december 31

The USRAELI reading was clear and concise and simplified: Hezbollah-Hamas is able to eliminate Israel. We fail to eradicate Hezbollah-Hamas . Behind them there are another axis: Syria-Iran. Let us try there.

Bernard-Henri Lévy speaks at a rally
in support of Iranian woman
Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani

They tried in Tehran in June 2009, but the final result was limited, given the absence of Iranian alternatives ready. But the strategic turnover started with using  sleeping allied forces Turkey and Qatar to reach a comprehensive package with the Muslim Brotherhood.

On June 4, 2009, Haaretz writers Zvi Bar’el and Avi Issaccharoff headlined, “Obama met Muslim Brotherhood members in US,” saying: 

Egypt’s daily newspaper Almasry Alyoum said he met US and European-based members. “According to the report,” they requested no publicity, “express(ing) support for democracy and the war on terror.” They also backed “all agreements Egypt has signed with foreign countries.”

Mohammed Riad Shaqfa,
leader of Syria’s “Muslim” Brotherhood,

Washington Brotherhood Package deal:

Washington: We want Assad’s head to break the Bridge connecting Gaza and Tehran in the middle. We support you. What you want in return?

Brothers answered quickly: We don’t deal by piece, let us negotiate on the whole region, from Morocco to Turkey.
Washington: Agreed, but on one condition, if we move to play at the regional level, you should provide guarantees for the security of Israel
Brothers: No problem, there is no hostility towards Israel in all our morals and literiture.
Washington: Agreed?
Brothers: Agreed, let us start with Tunis, a little bite, can be digested easly, Nahda, our offspring is ready, after Tunis we move as convienient. BTW, during the mission, we shall face Christians and some minorities who would create problems for us and for you.
Washington: Don’t be afraid, we will silence them we control the media, then they will flee quickly, as they did in Iraq? Excellent.
Brothers: We meet in the Palace of the people.
Washington: Okay, but very necessary before December 31. after that the deal is not valid, with a penalty for non-delivery on time …

In short Hamas, as a resistance movement might be the first victim of the deal. Cornered Usrael and its own “brothers” Hamas is buying time to get out of the corner.

In his previous article Khalid Amayereh said:The PA ought to press the new rulers of Egypt to make the Egyptian commitment to honor and uphold the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty subject to Israeli treatment of the Palestinian people. The same thing applies to all new governments and regimes in the Arab world. This is what everyone would call smart politics.”

Khalid Amayereh has no balls to ask the new rulers of Egypt to improve the treatment of Palestinians at Rafah crossing, and houor the Palestinian travel document issued by Egypt. 

Bernard-Henri Levy: Turning to Syria

So far we have two new regimes undermaking in Tunis and Libya. In Tunis the Nato Islamists shall form the new government. In Libya Islamists  have a strong influence. My friend Frank Lamb met last week in the lobby of a five-star Tripoli hotel an Israeli business man who was jokingly complaining, “Why don’t these people speak Hebrew? Maybe I should open a school.” Like many of his countrymen and hundreds from NATO countries, Israelis are having no trouble getting visas here. It is not the same for black Africans and Arabs who are being held in herds at the borders with Egypt or Tunisia, or in Cairo, Alexandria, or Tunis, until groups of hundreds can be assembled and processed by well-paid construction and domestic worker employment agents”

BTW, this uprooted Palestinian, worked in Libya from 1973 to 1977, because Libya was the only Arab country, after Syria, open to Palestinians without Visa.

“Brother” Khalid, should ask his Libyan brothers to adopt what he called smart politics, Granting visas for Israelis to enter Libya is subject a certificate of “Good conduct” issued by PA.
In case you missed it: Are Libya’s Palestinians ready for the post-Gaddafi era?

In his new comment, Khalid wrote:

“Hamas might seek guarantees from Arab states that have diplomatic ties with Israel, particularly Egypt. But would such guarantees be sufficient? In any case, we all hope and pray that the next elected government in Egypt, in which the Islamists would have a strong influence, will create an absolute linkage between commitment to the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty and Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians.”

So stay tuned. The US Aircraft George Bush off Syrian Coast, but remember what happened  in 1982.

The New and Old Arab Governments voted to suspend the membership of Syria, the last Arab fort, in “Arab League”. At a joint press conference with his Jordanian counterpart, Davotuglo said: “We think it is now vital to put an end to the suffering of the Syrian people”.

So what on the table is not creation “an absolute linkage between commitment to the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty and Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians”

Whats on “Muslim’s” Brotherhood table is,dismantling and termination of the Syrian regime, “the totalitarian police-state apparatus which has been ruling Syria since the early sixties once and for all, is aware about whats on the table. The Baath party is inherently undemocratic; it can’t be reformed, it must be ended.” Thus said Khalid Amayereh, long time ago.” 

See why Syrian regime must be ended


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[ 24/11/2011 – 11:21 PM ]

CAIRO, (PIC)– Khaled Mishaal, head of the political bureau of Hamas, and Mahmoud Abbas, the PA President announced on Thursday afternoon the start of a “new Palestinian partnership” to turn over the page of discord. They also said, in a statement to journalists, that they will work to implement the reconciliation agreement
The two leaders discussed ways to implement the reconciliation agreement reached seven months ago during their meeting which ended at noon Thursday.
Khaled Mishaal said, in a terse statement to journalists after the meeting, that the page of discord has been turned, “I would like to assure our people and Umma, that we have opened a new page of real partnership in everything relating to the Palestinian house.”
For his part, Mahmoud Abbas said: “We have absolutely no disagreements now and we agreed to work as partners and with the same responsibility.”
The two sides agreed to end the file of political detention within days, this was agreed during the meeting between representatives of Fatah and Hamas, as the two delegations joined the wider meeting in the presence of Mishaal and Abbas.
The two leaders discussed strategies to get out of the present crisis that the Palestinian issue is going through, especially as negotiations failed. They also agreed a meeting on 22 December for the leadership framework of the PLO (leaders of Palestinian factions). They also agreed on holding legislative and presidential elections next May.
Source that participated in the meetings told PIC that the meeting was a prelude to more meetings between the two movements to pave the way for forming a transitional government that will prepare for elections, rebuild the Gaza Strip, reinforce social harmony and unify the PA institutes.
They also discussed the future of the PA, the situation in Jerusalem, the PLO and its activation, the rebuilding of the Palestinian National Council as well as the lull and popular resistance.

PA must end security coordination with Israel now to withstand Israeli bullying and blackmail.

In his previous comments.

  • Mr. Amayereh thought “the Palestinian Authority (PA) decision to move against Muhammed Dahlan, the perpetual trouble-maker, will erase a major cause of the collision between Hamas and Fatah.”
  • Cosequentely he “thought that the Dayton era was well behind us.” and Abbas will be remembered as a a sincere man who tried but failed to make peace with Israel, even at a terrible price, namely giving up more than 78% of historical Palestine”.
  • Shocked with Abbas Disgraceful behavior, Mr. Amayereh, after de facto alliance” and “Mass axis”, invented another new term. He wrote: Israel, U.S. , want Abbas to be full-fledged traitor”

Here, Mr. Amayereh, is calling PA to stop the de facto alliance” with Israel to withstand Israeli bullying and blackmail”,
Moreover, the PA, not his Eygpt’s Brother’s, ought to press the new rulers of Egypt to make the Egyptian commitment to honor and uphold the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty subject to Israeli treatment of the Palestinian people.”

Stay tuned, after the Egypt’s Brothers friday’s march, the nazi-like Israel shall release all palestinian prisoners, remove all check points, freeze settlements activities and as soon as Al-Azhar announce “al-Quds Document”  Israel will stop judaization of Jerusalem.


In realty, Israeli ambassador Yitzhak Levanon to Egypt arrived, in the early hours of this very day, to Cairo on a Turkish Airlines flight from Istanbul after he was evacuated in September following an attack on the embassy boycotted by Khalid’s Brothers.

In realty:
Egypt resumes gas deliveries to Israel after 7th attack!
Standoff In Egypt’s Tahrir Square

The “de facto” sraeli-Egyptian peace treaty is not on the table, whats on the “Brother’s table is the dismantling and termination of the Syrian regime, “the totalitarian police-state apparatus which has been ruling Syria since the early sixties once and for all.
The Baath party is inherently undemocratic; it can’t be reformed, it must be ended.”

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PA must end security coordination with Israel now
[ 18/11/2011 – 09:56 PM ]
By Khalid Amayreh in occupied Jerusalem
The apartheid Israeli regime decided last week to freeze the transfer of tax and customs revenue levied by Israel on behalf of the Palestinian Authority (PA).
The illegal and immoral measure, which Israel resorts to rather routinely, is intended to bully the Ramallah leadership to capitulate to Zionist whims and blackmailing tactics.
Israel never stopped threatening to strangulate the PA economically and financially if the latter didn’t succumb to the Israeli will.

The systematic Israeli blackmail of the PA is a disgraceful expression of the Oslo Accords and other subsequent accords and understandings between the pseudo autonomous authority and the Nazi-like Israeli occupation regime.
Needless to say, these scandalous agreements which effectively reduced the Palestinian regime-from the supposed equal partner envisioned in these so-called agreements-to a vanquished supplicant begging for virtually everything from the Israeli side, from travel permits to basic commodities without which any modern society wouldn’t be able to function.
But the story doesn’t end here, which reminds us of what the legendary Arab poet, Abu’ttayeb al-Mutannabi, said about slaves who cling to their masters while crying out for freedom:
The great Arab poet said:
wa’inna domo’a la’yni ghodron berabbeha Itha konna ithra al ghadereena jawariya


(The tears of the eye betray a man if they keep running after the traitors)
The PA does possess numerous cards which, if used properly and forcefully, can force Israel to treat the Palestinians with a semblance of respect and dignity.
For example, there is strong ongoing security coordination between the Israeli occupation army and Palestinian security agencies.
This security coordination, which is actually no more than a mere subordination, subjugation and subservience by the PA security apparatus to the Israeli occupation army, covers the entirety of the West Bank and commits the PA to protect and safeguard Israeli interests, including guarding hundreds of Jewish settlers, most of whom indoctrinated in a Nazi-like ideology that teaches that non-Jews, e.g. Palestinians, living under Jewish rule, must submit to the Chosen People or master race and resign to a status of water carriers and wood hewers.
If the goyem (or non-Jews) don’t submit and continue to demand human rights and civil liberties, then they must be either expelled or killed.
As mentioned above, Israel had resorted to withholding the transfer of Palestinian monies several times for the purpose of forcing the PA on its knees, with the PA doing virtually nothing to respond to the hostile provocation apart from issuing statements of denunciation and condemnation.
The estimated $100 million dollar which Israel transfers to PA coffers per month constitutes the lion’s share of the Palestinian monthly budget. Hence, PA inaction and ostensible indifference with regard to this issue must invite the strongest condemnation from the Palestinian masses, especially those tens of thousands of civil servants and wage earners who receive their income from the PA regime.
The scandal becomes even more clarion and shocking when we know that a good part of the money withheld is used to pay salaries for those very soldiers and officers tasked with coordinating security matters with Israel, or, more correctly, guarding the Nazi-like settlers.
What can the PA do?
Without making a short story long, the PA can and must terminate all forms of security coordination with Israel. To begin with, this coordination is a stigma upon the forehead of every Palestinian political and security official, because in its simplest form, security coordination means collaboration with the enemy against the forces of resistance and freedom.
Moreover, it is amply clear that Israel accords “security coordination” with a pliant PA a paramount importance since that very coordination allows Israel to maintain its enduring occupation with minimal costs.
During the heights of the first and second intifadas or uprisings, Israel maintained a heavy security presence of more than 80,000 troops in the occupied territories.
Hence, a genuine threat by the PA to terminate security coordination with the Zionist regime is very likely to sound alarm bells in Tel Aviv and Washington. Needless to say, it is the latter than finances that security coordination and bribes the PA with more money to maintain that sinful relationship with Israel.
In any case, it is illogical and unethical to keep the Palestinian loaf of bread hostage to the rapacious and cannibalistic instincts of Talmudic sages who view all non-Jews as subhuman creatures whose lives have no sanctity and who have no human rights or dignity.
It is these so fuehrers of Zionism who control rather tightly the present Israeli government of Binyamin Netanyahu.
This throws the proverbial ball rather squarely onto the PA court.
In addition, I believe the PA should immediately revoke the scandalous Economic Protocol of Paris which made the very lifeline of the Palestinian economy subject to Israel’s whims and haphazard, sadistic fantasies.
The PA regime did commit an unforgivable blunder in 1994; it is time the Ramallah leadership rectified and corrected that blunder which has cost our people dearly.
Finally, the PA and other Palestinian forces ought to do their utmost to get friendly Arab, Muslim and other states involved in enabling our people to withstand Israeli bullying and blackmail.
For example, the PA ought to press the new rulers of Egypt to make the Egyptian commitment to honor and uphold the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty subject to Israeli treatment of the Palestinian people.
The same thing applies to all new governments and regimes in the Arab world. This is what everyone would call smart politics.
Otherwise, the Palestinian people should wait to seeing a mere reproduction of the same futility and same failure characterizing PA performance over the years.
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Hamas didn’t fail

Khalid Amayereh can’t swallow Abbas’s standards of success and failure.
“Hamas…..never pretended to be a super power that would liberate occupied Palestine from the Mediterranean Sea to the River Jordan.” Said Khalid, Indeed, those Palestinians who elected Hamas in 2006 did so not because they thought that Hamas would soon deliver Safad and Jaffa from the clutches of evil Zionism.” he claimed,
They did so because they thought, rather correctly, that Hamas was a clean, honest and corruption-free movement, unlike the notoriously corrupt Palestinian Authority whose very name is synonymous with corruption, graft, nepotism, cronyism, misappropriation of wealth, embezzlement of public money and other forms of corruption and misgovernment.” he added.

I, also can’t swallow Khalid’s above statements, because, though many Palestinians elected Hamas because they “Hamas was a clean, honest and corruption-free movement, unlike the notoriously corrupt Palestinian Authority”, the majority of the Palestinians in Gaza and WB did so because they thought, rather correctly, that Hamas, with Resistance Axis, would on the long run deliver a free Palestine from river to sea.

I don’t think “brother” Khalid can swallow his own claim, unless he really that the real world war was declared” on Hamas because “Hamas was a clean, honest and corruption-free movement, unlike the notoriously corrupt Palestinian Authority”,

I don’t think Khalid Amayereh lost his memory and forget that Hamas emerged as a resistance movement many years before Oslo and the birth of the PA. I claim the death of Arafat followed by dropping the resistance option, and the total surrender of the PA forced Hamas to challange Fateh, to prevent selling out Palestine, Jerusalem and the right of return.

I am sure he know that the Global War launched on Hamas, the “clean, honest and corruption-free movement”, The global war was launched on Hamas, the resistance movemet (based in Damuscus) allied with Hezbollah, the Lebanese Shea resistance movement, supported by Secular Syria and Shea’s Iran, unless he forget. To be more pricise the Global war was launched on resistance Axis, after the fall of Baghdad. Sharm el Sheikh Summit could be considered as the official end of the second Intifada.

Brother Khalid, after the so-called Arab-Spring, lost the direction. He invented the Mass Axis (Muslim masses), tolerated the collaboration (calling it de facto alliance”) , decided that Syria should change (forget Arabism and Pledge allegiance to the Neo-Ottoman Sultan  and his Syrian” brothers”) or get changed by Brother Barak Hussain Obame. Read his open letter to Erdugan

Hamas didn’t fail

[ 04/11/2011 – 09:58 PM ]

In a recent interview with a Kuwaiti newspaper, Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas claimed that Hamas failed in its “experiment of governance.”

Well, it is really hard to swallow Abbas’s remarks. His standards of success and failure must be totally unrealistic and irrational.

We know that in life, achievements, whether by individuals or nations, are measured in proportion to the availability of means, circumstances, challenges as well as the nature of goals pursued.

Hamas, a resistance movement fighting the octopus of international Zionism which controls big governments, including the government of the United States, the world’s only remaining though declining superpower and Israel’s guardian-ally, never pretended to be a super power that would liberate occupied Palestine from the Mediterranean Sea to the River Jordan.
Indeed, those Palestinians who elected Hamas in 2006 did so not because they thought that Hamas would soon deliver Safad and Jaffa from the clutches of evil Zionism.
They did so because they thought, rather correctly, that Hamas was a clean, honest and corruption-free movement, unlike the notoriously corrupt Palestinian Authority whose very name is synonymous with corruption, graft, nepotism, cronyism, misappropriation of wealth, embezzlement of public money and other forms of corruption and misgovernment.

And from the very moment Hamas was elected, a real world war was declared on the small movement, including a hermetic global financial war, a harsh travel ban, and tight sea blockade on Gaza as well as the closure of all Islamic charities throughout the West Bank.

This is added the Nazi-like witch-hunting campaign targeting every elected or unelected Islamist official in the occupied territories, including virtually all Islamist MPs, most of whom were totally innocent people.

Indeed, five years after the elections, some of these MPs are still languishing in Jewish dungeons and bastilles on no other ground than to satiate the sadistic Zionist desire to see Palestinians suffer and wallow in pain.

But Israel was not the only villain in this orgy of oppression. Abbas’s Palestinian Authority itself, which viewed security coordination with Israel as constituting political success, actively conspired and connived with Israel, secretly and publicly, in order to decapitate Hamas once and for all. The facts in this regard are too ignominious to recall.

Similarly, American puppet governments in the region did everything Israel asked for in order to throttle Hamas and its supporters. The ultimate goal was to force the Islamist movement to surrender and submit to Jewish Nazism.

And when Hamas proved too tenacious and virtually undefeatable, mainly because you can’t defeat an idea by bullets and conspiracies, Israel launched an all-out war on the thoroughly blockaded and thoroughly starved Gaza Strip for the purpose of eradicating Hamas from the face of earth. The all-out onslaught resembled to a large degree the allies’ bombing of Dresden during WWII.

This is while some PA people were looking on rather gleefully awaiting a declaration of surrender from Ismael Haniyya or Khalid Meshaal. Some PA operatives reportedly distributed sweets to celebrate the Israeli genocide in Gaza.
But Hamas was not a movement that would surrender, irrespective of the challenges, even if the Jews transformed the small coastal enclave of Gaza into a modern-day Auschwitz or Ghetto Warsaw, which they effectively did.

Under such circumstances, Hamas was not expected to be able to liberate Jerusalem from Zionist thugs, nor reinstitute an Islamic caliphate in the half-liberated parts of Palestine.

The mere survival was the maximum Hamas was expected to achieve, and it did achieve that, heroically, gloriously and with utmost dignity.
I don’t understand what Abbas means by success? For example, does one have to become a traitor to his people and national cause in order to succeed? Don’t we Arabs assert on every occasion the timeless saying “a noble woman starves rather than commits adultery?”
In truth, the PA did commit national adultery by collaborating with Israel against its own people, all under the rubric of “meeting our commitments toward the peace process.”
To be sure, Hamas is not a perfect movement as it consists of normal people who can err like all other men. However, I don’t think that one exaggerates much by saying that had the challenges, the conspiracies, the evil designs and murderous plots and exploits been directed against well-established states, let alone an organization like Abbas’s PA, such entities would have capitulated to Zio-Nazism from the very beginning.

Moreover, a fleeting comparison between the PA and Hamas illustrates the pathetic, lamentable status of the former.

Hamas survives due to its resistance and steadfastness, while the PA exists thanks to its submissive collaboration with the Israeli occupation regime, very much like the Jewish Judenrates under the Nazis.
Hamas exists despite and in spite of Israel, while the PA exists thanks to an agreement with Israel. Hamas, to a large extent, is free from Israeli dictates, while every act or measure or movement by the PA is subject to Israeli permission.
Hamas has been able to impose security and the rule of law throughout Gaza, while the Israeli occupation army raids and plunders every nook and cranny in the West Bank, while some 60,000 PA soldiers are looking on passively as if they were watching a movie about the wide wild American West.

In Gaza, fire is met with fire whereas in the West Bank herds of Jewish settlers routinely attack Palestinians and vandalize their property, including burning their fields and olive groves, without the PA security forces even contemplating repulsing the racist terrorists, lest they be punished by their treacherous superiors.
So, who is really betraying the Palestinian people and their enduring just cause? And who is really impeding and preventing the liquidation of the Palestinian cause by Israel and her ultimate powerful whore, the United States government, in coordination of a Palestinian Authority that is easy to manipulate, easy to bully and easy to manipulate.
Maybe Mahmoud Abbas and some of the hypocrites and hangers-on around him think that having audience with Hillary Clinton or her boss, the powerless Barack Obama, is the ultimate criterion of success. But this would be tantamount to a total capitulation to Zio-Nazism, including giving up on al Masjidul Aqsa and the paramount right of return for millions of Palestinian refugees, uprooted from their ancestral homeland at the hands of terrorist gangs of violent East European Jewish invaders.

Nay, Mr. Abbass, the Palestinian people will not commit adultery with their inalienable, legitimate rights in order to find acceptance in America or Europe, or, indeed, in order to “succeed.”

May the hand that forgets Palestine be cut off and thrown away for stray dogs.
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Biden prescription for winning wars without losing a single life. (Making new Bin Ladens)

WE CAME, WE SAW, HE DIED

“In this case, America spent $2 billion and didn’t lose a single life. This is more the prescription for how to deal with the world as we go forward than it has in the past.” Biden comparing the regime change unfolding in Libya with the Bush administration’s approach to Iraq.

“Please, America , don’t make me an Osama bin Laden.” Thus wrote Khalid Amayreh, a few weeks after the tragic 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, Ignoring that Bin Laden is a CIA creation.

Now read our sincere Islamist, but don’t blame him, he learned to put his mind on the self and follow his Shaikh. 
On late Feb the spiritual leader, Yousef Al-Quradawi, of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood issued a fatwa (religious decree) calling for Khaddafi’s death, “Whoever in the Libyan Army is able to shoot a bullet at Mr. Gaddafi should do so,” he told the Qatar-based news channel al-Jazeera.

“There are those who show a certain propensity to cast a thick shadow of doubt on the authenticity of the Libyan revolution. Some argue rightly that NATO is not a charitable organization and its intervention on the side of the pro-freedom rebels is never meant to serve the cause of liberty and democracy in the vast North African country.  

There are those who show a certain propensity to cast a thick shadow of doubt on the authenticity of the Libyan revolution. Some argue rightly that NATO is not a charitable organization and its intervention on the side of the pro-freedom rebels is never meant to serve the cause of liberty and democracy in the vast North African country.

Well, it is true that NATO is not a charitable organization, but it is also true that the Libyan people will never allow a foreign power to arrogate or hijack their hard-earned sovereignty, independence and free will.

Besides, we advise those who don’t stop making all sorts of silly insinuations about the Libyan revolutionaries to wait and see and reserve their final judgment for sometime, instead of trying to create confusion and spreading false propaganda.

“Just give them a grace period”

A final note. There are some pro-Palestinian activists who are, either sincerely or maliciously, worried about a “less than complete commitment” by the new rulers of Libya to the Palestinian cause.

Tyrants and their murderous thugs may kill and spill untold blood of their own people. However, they too will face their ultimate hour of truth because those who live by the sword shall die by the sword.

I say to those; assuming their sincerity, don’t worry. [Forget what happebed in Iraq]

In the final analysis, the Libyan revolution has an Arab-Islamic face, heart and mind. It will not betray or disappoint Muslims anywhere in the world. Just give them a grace period, and they won’t disappoint you.”

A Nato fighter displays the US flag on his pick-up truck near Ajdabiya,
but Palestine and Jerusalem are always in his heart


Libya rebels claim victory in Misrata
 A U.S. flag, pre-Gadhafi Libyan flags and a French flag are seen in the background,
as Libyans attend Muslim prayers in Benghazi, Libya, Saturday, April 23. (AP)
With “Brothers” in Tripoly
without losing a single life

This is not wishful thinking or daydreaming. Because Palestine and Jerusalem are always in the hearts of all Libyans and other Muslims.”

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Gadhafi death new success for Obama war doctrine

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How the West won Libya

By Pepe Escobar

They are fighting over the carcass as vultures. The French Ministry of Defense said they got him with a Rafale fighter jet firing over his convoy. The Pentagon said they got him with a Predator firing a Hellfire missile. After a wounded Colonel Muammar Gaddafi sought refuge in a filthy drain underneath a highway – an eerie echo of Saddam Hussein’s “hole” – he was found by Transitional National Council (TNC) “rebels”. And then duly executed.

Abdel-Jalil Abdel-Aziz, a Libyan doctor who accompanied Gaddafi’s body in an ambulance and examined it, said he died from two bullets, one to the chest, one to the head.

The TNC – which has peddled lies, lies and more lies for months – swears he died in “crossfire”. It may have been a mob. It may have been Mohammad al-Bibi, a 20-year-old sporting a New York Yankees baseball cap who posed to the whole world brandishing Gaddafi’s golden pistol; his ticket perhaps to collect the hefty $20 million dangled as the bounty for Gaddafi “dead or alive”.

It gets curioser and curioser when one remembers that this is exactly what US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in her lightning visit to Tripoli, had announced less than 48 hours before; Gaddafi should be “captured or killed“. The Fairy Queenie satisfied Clinton’s wishes, who learned about it by watching the screen of a BlackBerry – and reacting with the semantic earthquake “Wow!”
 
To the winners, the spoils. They all did it; the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Pentagon and the TNC. From the minute a United Nations resolution imposing a no-fly zone over Libya became a green card to regime change, plan A was always to capture and kill him. Targeted assassination; that’s Barack Obama administration official policy. There was no plan B

Let me bomb you to protection 

Fogh, a zionist, supported the islamophobic
intrigue of Jyllands  Posten, Denmark’s most
reactionary daily, that published the
Mohammed caricatures,designed as a
provocation against arabs and muslims.

“As for how R2P (“responsibility to protect” civilians), any doubters should cling to the explanation by NATO’s secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen; “NATO and our partners have successfully implemented the historic mandate of the United Nations to protect the people of Libya.” Anyone who wants to check NATO’s protection of civilians just needs to jump on a pick-up truck and go to Sirte – the new Fallujah……”

Reactions have been quite instructive. TNC bureaucrat Abdel Ghoga went Colosseum in the Roman Empire, saying, “The revolutionaries have got the head of the tyrant.” 

“United States President Barack Obama said the death of Gaddafi means “we are seeing the strength of American leadership across the world”. That’s as “we got him” as one can possibly expect, also considering that Washington paid no less than 80% of the operating costs of those dimwits at NATO (over $1 billion – which Occupy Wall Street could well denounce would be more helpful creating jobs in the US). Strange, now, to say “we did it”, because the White House always said this was not a war; it was a “kinetic” something. And they were not in charge. “

“It was up to that majestic foreign policy strategist, US Vice President Joe Biden, to be starkly more enlightening than Obama; “In this case, America spent $2 billion and didn’t lose a single life. This is more the prescription for how to deal with the world as we go forward than it has in the past.”
World, you have been warned; this is how the empire will deal with you from now on.”

Feel my humanitarian love

So congratulations to the “international community”………Gaddafi would have been a most inconvenient guest of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, as he would have relished recalling all the hand-kissing, the warm embraces and the juicy deals the West was begging to clinch after he was promoted from “Mad Dog” (Ronald Reagan) to “our bastard”. He would also relish detailing all the shady backgrounds of those opportunists now posing as “revolutionaries” and “democrats”.

Saddam’s fake trial

“Iraqi dictator Saddam at least got a fake trial in a kangaroo court before meeting the executioner. Osama bin Laden was simply snuffed out, assassination-style, after a territorial invasion of Pakistan. Gaddafi went one up, snuffed out with a mix of air war and assassination. “

“And what about those Washington think-tank donkeys mumbling that this was the Arab Spring’s “Ceausescu moment”? If only the Romanian dictator had improved his country’s standard of living – in terms of free healthcare, free education, incentives for the newlywed, etc – by a fraction of what Gaddafi did in Libya. Plus the fact that Nicolae Ceausescu was not deposed by NATO “humanitarian” bombing. v Only the brain dead may have swallowed the propaganda of NATO’s “humanitarian” 40,000-plus bombing – which devastated Libya’s infrastructure back to the Stone Age (Shock and Awe in slow motion, anyone?). This never had anything to do with R2P – the relentless bombing of civilians in Sirte proves it.

As the top four BRIC members knew it even before the voting of UN Resolution 1973, it was about NATO ruling the Mediterranean as a NATO lake, it was about Africom’s war against China and setting up a key strategic base, it was about the French and the Brits getting juicy contracts to exploit Libya’s natural resources to their benefit, it was about the West setting the narrative of the Arab Spring after they had been caught napping in Tunisia and Egypt. 

Listen to the barbaric whimpers

Welcome to the new Libya. Intolerant Islamist militias will turn the lives of Libyan women into a living hell. Hundreds of thousands of Sub-Saharan Africans – those who could not escape – will be ruthlessly persecuted. Libya’s natural wealth will be plundered. That collection of anti-aircraft missiles appropriated by Islamists will be a supremely convincing reason for the “war on terror” in northern Africa to become eternal. There will be blood ………As for remaining dictators everywhere, get a life insurance policy from NATO Inc; Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak, Tunisia’s Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and Yemen’s Ali Abdullah Saleh were clever enough to do it……More

River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian

Israel, U.S. , want Abbas to be full-fledged traitor

In his previous comments.

  • Mr. Amayereh thought “the Palestinian Authority (PA) decision to move against Muhammed Dahlan, the perpetual trouble-maker, will erase a major cause of the collision between Hamas and Fatah.”
  • Cosequentely he “thought that the Dayton era was well behind us.” and Abbas will be remembered as a a sincere man who tried but failed to make peace with Israel, even at a terrible price, namely giving up more than 78% of historical Palestine”.
  • Shocked with Abbas Disgraceful behavior, Mr. Amayereh, after de facto alliance” and “Mass axis”, invented another new term. He wrote: Israel, U.S. , want Abbas to be full-fledged traitor”

Don’t blame Mr. Amayereh, living in WB he can’t call the traitor ( “He, presumably could lose his freedom if he did”), Traitor. May be he will do it in his next comment.

In his below coment, you would learn new terms, such as, “genuine democratization”

Democracy can’t bring freedom to prisoners. “The Palestinian people therefore need, first and foremost, freedom from the Nazi-like occupation before they can exercise democracy.” he clamed, ignoring (not forgetting) that Palestinians exercised democracy and elected Hamas and prevented, the so-called half-fledged traitor” from selling Jerusalem, and the right of return.

After 477 Palestinians were freed in Gilad Shalit deal Zahar challenged Abbas to measure his popularity in elections.

Yes “Hamas is here to stay” So far Hamas stayed Because it represents the true aspirations of most Palestinians for a better tomorrow ( Forgive Mr. Amayereh, he can’t say for full liberation, “He, presumably could lose his freedom if he did”)

In case you missed it:

  • Real Islam in harmony with real democracy.
  • Biden prescription for winning wars without losing a single life. (Making new Bin Ladens) 
  • Israel, U.S. , want Abbas to be full-fledged traitor

    [ 28/10/2011 – 10:13 PM ]

    It seems that the tight Jewish stranglehold on the American government is not only preventing the Obama administration from pursuing a fair, rational and honest approach to the enduring Palestinian crisis, but is also inhibiting the formulation in Washington of an accurate and objective understanding of basic facts in and about the Middle East.

    An example of this willful and unnecessary ignorance was a statement made recently by the US Ambassador for Middle East Peace David Hale.

    According to Hale, the Arab Spring could “sweep Hamas from power.”


    “The Palestinians are no more immune to currents of change and demand for democratization, reform and freedom than any other people in the region,” he was quoted as saying.

    “I think you will see those same forces affect Hamas because clearly their leadership is not characterized by any of those words.”

    Hale’s words exude a lot of ignorance and misunderstanding of the facts and realities in the region.

    First of all, the Palestinian people have been languishing under a sinister Israeli military occupation for 44 years, and no amount of “democratization” in occupied Palestine will change this fundamental fact.

    The Palestinian people therefore need, first and foremost, freedom from the Nazi-like occupation before they can exercise democracy. Perhaps people like Hale can’t bring themselves to uttering the word occupation for fear of upsetting the Jewish lobby in Washington . He presumably could lose his job if he did, especially in a sensitive election year. Hence, the conceived phobic reaction.

    Like most Palestinians, I am not against genuine democratization in Palestine. However, let us be honest and have no illusion: Without ending the evil Israeli occupation, no amount of democratization would really help the Palestinians attain their freedoms. The absence of democracy in Palestine is due to the presence of the occupation. Twisting this fact would be an expression of dishonesty and mendacity.

    Does democracy practiced by inmates in a maximum-security jail bring freedom to prisoners? Yes, it might help them manage their daily life and routine inside the jail, but it won’t help them regain their freedom.

    Likewise, the Palestinian people are not merely striving to enhance their daily life, though this is a legitimate and important task, if only to help Palestinians withstand the systematic and institutionalized oppression meted out to them by Zio-Nazism.

    The Palestinian people want absolute and total freedom from the decades-old nefarious Israeli occupation.

    Besides, since when did the US really show any serious concern about democratization in occupied Palestine or elsewhere in the Arab-Muslim region?

    Didn’t the U.S. abruptly lose its composure and mental equanimity when Hamas won the Palestinian elections in 2006? Didn’t a U.S., under aggressive and frenzied Jewish pressure, acted rather spasmodically to strangle and throttle the Palestinians following the said elections which by the way the Bush administration itself had Okayed?

    I am afraid I have bad news for Mr. Hale and his equally ignorant boss or bosses in Washington. Hamas is here to stay. Hamas, which only last week forced Israel to release hundreds of Palestinian prisoners from its dungeons and concentration camps, is strong and getting stronger:
    Strong because it represents the true aspirations of most Palestinians for a better tomorrow; and stronger because an arrogant Israel driven by Talmudic insolence only understands the language of force, stubbornness and strength.

    More to the point, a soft, obsequious approach toward Israel won’t take the Palestinians anywhere. It will only transform them into vanquished supplicants begging for their legitimate rights from an arrogant and rapacious Israel that is hell bent on stealing the remainder of Palestinian land.

    The truth of the matter regarding the impact of the Arab Spring on Hamas is that it has not only vindicated the liberation movement’s approach toward Israeli occupation, but it has also created an auspicious atmosphere conducive to helping Hamas and the Palestinians as a whole expedite their goals.

    The growing good chemistry between Hamas and Cairo is undoubtedly an auspicious development. The upcoming elections in Egypt, slated to start on 28 November, is expected to produce pleasant surprises if the nationalist and Islamist forces achieve victory in the polls and form the next Egyptian government.

    Israel and her guardian-ally, the U.S., (the latter is getting weaker and bankrupt by the hour) know that hundreds of millions of Arabs and Muslims expect the next government in Cairo to find a real correlation between the Egyptian commitment to uphold the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty and Israeli treatment of and behavior toward the Palestinian cause and people. I bet this is going to be a serious matter for Israel’s firsters and the Zionist shipyard dogs in Washington who think Israel’s interests come even before American interests.

    In any case, the Islamists are simply coming, and Israel will soon become bereft of friends in this region, no matter what desperate feats Israel is trying. And Israel has only itself to blame.

    The Israeli state, itself a crime against humanity (perhaps people like Hale would shake in fear while reading this shocking but veracious phrase) never really lost an opportunity to alienate Arabs and Muslims. The murderous Israeli modus operandi toward the Palestinians and other peoples in the region has generated a huge reservoir of hatred toward the Jewish state. The Arab masses, whether in Egypt or Tunisia or even Libya, will not waste anytime venting their frozen rage and accumulative frustration vis-à-vis Israel when they are given the chance to do so.

    The King of Jordan Abdullah II recently “warned” that Egypt might effectively abrogate its peace treaty with Israel and that Jordan was effectively becoming the last remaining advocate of peace with the Jewish state? The king knew what he was talking about. However, his warnings are unlikely to be heeded, given Israel’s characteristic insolence and America ‘s brazen subservience to the evil entity and its backers in Washington .

    As to the whoring peace process, it is really difficult to talk about this process using dignified language. How else can one relate to a process that is based on lies, fraught with lies, and shaped by lies?

    Israel, which we earlier described as a crime against humanity because it is based on ethnic cleansing, genocide, and aggression, wants Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to become a full-fledged traitor.
    Israel wants him to kiss the paramount right of return for the refugees goodbye, wants him to forget East Jerusalem, and wants him to formally accept perpetual Israeli control over Palestinian borders, water resources as well as the settlements established by Israel on occupied Arab land since 1967.

    Needless to say, Abbas would rather commit suicide than agree to these irrational demands. He knows that any Palestinian leader agreeing to these capitulations will not live long to even regret his folly.

    Besides, how can Abbas possibly offer a “workable” alternative to Hamas’s seemingly more logical and appealing line, which is based on resistance and steadfastness?

    Will Israel, for the sake of Abbas’s legendary moderation, withdraw to the borders of the 4th of June, 1967? Will Israel terminate the building of colonies and Judaizing of Jerusalem? Will Israel allow for the repatriation of millions of refugees uprooted from their homes when the evil entity was established 63 years ago, which is a sine-qua-non for any genuine and durable peace deal in the region? Will Israel dismantle the settlements?

    The answer is a plain NO.

    Another question: Will the U.S. pressure Israel to end its decades-old occupation? The answer is also a plain NO because the Jewish lobby is in tight control of American politics and policies. Moreover, an American president, especially in an election year, won’t commit political suicide by displeasing the only state in the world that truly calls the shots in Washington.

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    So Bahr hit the nail in saying Unity Is Abbas’ Only Option
    The so-called half-fledged traitor” faces three bitter options,

    Commit suicide as a “Full-Fledged traitor”
    Or
    Commit suicide as a “Half-Fledged hero”
    Or he would try to save his by dissolving the Palestinian Authority

    Another Question for Mr, Amayereh: Will the “Jewish lobby is in tight control of American politics and policies let the US intervine in Libya, and Syria?

    The answer is also a plain yes, “especially in an election year”, to please “the only state in the world that truly calls the shots in Washington.”

    In case you missed:

    River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian

    Real Islam in harmony with real democracy.

    I , in Palestinian diaspora, salute the Tunisian people revolution and democratic choice, but I don’t say: We, because, I don’t represent uprooted Palestinians. I am covinced a trilion per cent that Islam is not at odds with democracy.

    When I say Islam, I mean Quran, the holy text, not the history of Islam, nor the relative human understanding of the holy text, and when I say democracy, I don’t mean the western Democracy as explained below by Mr. Amayereh. I mean human freedom, which I consider the head of Islam. God created me free, even to deny his existance.

    29. Say, “The truth is from your Lord”: Let him who will believe, and let him who will, reject (it): for the wrong-doers We have prepared a Fire whose (smoke and flames), like the walls and roof of a tent, will hem them in: if they implore relief they will be granted water like melted brass, that will scald their faces, how dreadful the drink! How uncomfortable a couch to recline on!

    Human freedom is theword that went forth before from thy Lord”

    19. Mankind was but one nation, but differed (later). Had it not been for a word that went forth before from thy Lord, their differences would have been settled between them. (Surah 10. Yunus)

    “There is no compulsion in religion,” – Holy Qur’an

    Surah 42. Ash-Shura (Councel, Consultation)

    38. Those who hearken to their Lord, and establish regular Prayer; who (conduct) their affairs by mutual Consultation; who spend out of what We bestow on them for Sustenance;

    Here Shura (consultation) appeared in the holly text in between two of Islam Pillars, Praying (salah) and Spending out (Zakat). So, I wonder, why consultation is not considered a sixth pillar??

    I claim, because, unlike the formal five pillars of Islam this sixth pillar may shake the pillars of dictatorship. (The alliance of Pharaoh=Political Power, Haman = Media Power, and Qaroon=Political Money). In prophets stories Quran called this Aliance, Al-Malaa’

    Now read the next verses:

    39. And those who, when an oppressive wrong is inflicted on them, (are not cowed but) help and defend themselves.

    I don’t need a Sheikh to explain the verses, the oppressed are the people, and the oppressor is the ruler. The people have the right to defend themselve, and they did that all over the history of Islam. They did it in Tunis, and Egypt because the Dictator told them: Shut up.
    No body has the right to say to anybody: Shut up.

    This is Real Islam in harmony with real democracy.

    Aggressive secularism in Tunisia must shut up

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    Khalid Amayreh
    
    Palestinian Information Center
    Oct 27, 2011

    We in occupied Palestine salute the Tunisian people for conducting orderly, democratic and nearly blemish-free elections. In many respects, Tunisia, the first station of the Arab Spring, can be a model to be followed and emulated throughout the Arab world. We are impatiently waiting to see free and transparent elections to take place in Egypt, Libya and elsewhere in the Arab world.

    Credit should go primarily to the Tunisia Independent Election Commission which worked tirelessly for months to ensure that the elections were held on time and that absolute transparency is guaranteed.
    Indeed, the nearly universal consensus about the transparency of the elections, both in Tunisia and abroad, illustrates the professionalism and credibility of the commission which saw to it that no foul-play was allowed, even behind the curtain.

    This is quite important because in the Arab world, especially prior to the Arab Spring, even the smallest and pettiest thing, as far as election transparency is concerned, often proved a formidable challenge and couldn’t be taken for granted.

    Moreover , the triumph of the Ennahda party in a country which witnessed ever since its independence from France in 1956 a relentless war against Islam and the Arab language and culture illustrates the resilience and tenacity of Islam in that small North African country.

    Yes there was a conspicuous, elitist but quite arrogant stratum of Tunisians who swallowed everything that came from France. But these people, who always received a surplus of media coverage and accorded special attention by their western patrons, have turned out to be unrepresentative of the bulk of Tunisians.

    Fortunately, the France party in Tunisia is the only party which is fretting and grumbling about the outcome of elections. These arrogant remainders of the French colonialist legacy are now invoking personal liberties, ignoring the fact that their very Qibla and ultimate role model, Paris, is constantly encroaching on individual freedoms, including freedom to wear Niqab by conservative Muslim women.

    Does this mean that the defeated party will now fight a cultural war with the national and Islamic forces in Tunisia in order to secure and guarantee their eroding prominence and status?
    Well, if they do, they will lose, because the majority of Tunisians, as is the case throughout the Muslim world, will not allow French or other colonialist legacies to dictate the destiny and future of Tunisia .
    We Muslims are not against true democracy, a significant, accumulative human experience which can’t be dismissed lightly. None the less, we are convinced a million per cent that Islam is inherently superior to democracy.

    The reason is simple; democracy in its simplest form means the rule of the majority. Right and wrong, morality and immorality, and other values are determined by the people whose views are often subject to all sorts of manipulations by special interest groups, media brainwashing and political money. (Question: Is the U.S. Congress able to say “No” to Israel even if the Jewish state does the unthinkable to the defenseless Palestinians?)

    It is this type of democracy that allowed a decidedly criminal state like Israel to steal Palestine from its legitimate, rightful owners, routinely massacre them, demolish their homes, destroy their fields and expel untold numbers of Palestinians to the four corners of the globe.

    Needless to say, this was done in the name of democracy and civility and freedom as the leaders of the so-called “free world” cheered this criminality.

    Similarly, in the name of freedom and democracy, America invaded, occupied and destroyed Iraq and Afghanistan, killing or causing the death of hundreds of thousands of people.

    Well, with all due respect to the committed believers in western democracy, we Muslims don’t believe in this way of thinking because peoples and nations ought to be answerable to values that are higher and more sublime than simple majorities.

    Of course, the alternative to amoral western democracies should never be tyranny, dynastic despotism, or military dictatorship.

    Instead, Muslims in particular ought to seek Islamic democracy where human rights and civil liberties are guaranteed while general moral values of society are preserved and encouraged. Thus moral vices shouldn’t be accorded the same freedoms as moral virtues.

    I hope the west will finally leave us Muslims alone and refrain from interfering in our exercise of our inalienable right to elect our rulers and governments.

    Then, and only then, we can speak, for the first time in recent memory, of free people versus free people involved in a constructive relation based on mutual respect and mutual interest.
    Just don’t let Israel dictate your agenda toward the Muslim world.

    Hezbollah Congratulates Tunisian People, Winning Forces

    River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian

    Disgraceful behavior

    Some “unofficial” PA sources spoke of “summons for sipping a cup of coffee” with security officials in the freed prisoners’ area of residence. wrote Khalid Amayereh. Yes Brother, its not rumers:


    The association of Muslim youth in the West Bank urged the Palestinian ex-detainees recently released from Israeli jails to refrain from answering the summonses issued against them by the Palestinian authority’s security apparatuses

    Surrised Khalid Amayereh “thought that the Dayton era was well behind us.” in his final analysis “the Palestinian Authority (PA) decision to move against Muhammed Dahlan, the perpetual trouble-maker, will erase a major cause of the collision between Hamas and Fatah.” he claimed, “the tragic rift between Fatah and Hamas” is not about resistance and liberation. Consequently, thousands of Palestinian are detained, “mainly because of ideological orientation or affiliation.” and “because they happen to hold certain political views”
    The rift is not about the ten points plan, not about selling 78% of Palestine in OSLO, and the alliance with the Zionists is a “de facto alliance”.

    “The rift …..turned brother against brother, with some Palestinian groups effectively entering into a de facto alliance with the Zionists, the killers of our children and tormentors of our people.”

    Being honest with himself the realisic Khalid he confessed “There is still much to be done in this regard. We must start immediately to minimize security coordination with Israel to the point of ending this shameful chapter in our political life.”

    He also has no problem with the with the de facto alliance” of his “brother” Erdugan with the Zionists, and Nato.

    His only problem is with Syrian regime, “the totalitarian police-state apparatus which has been ruling Syria since the early sixties must be dismantled and terminated once and for all. The Baath party is inherently undemocratic; it can’t be reformed, it must be ended.”

    In his “final analysis” of “Brother” Khalid concluded, unlike,Syria, the (PA) can be reformed,
    Neutralizing Dahlan, is “another real booster for cementing true national unity, without allowing Israel and its agents to sow division and discord in our ranks.”

    Shocked with, the “summons for sipping a cup of coffee”  Khalid is prompted to ask: What is going on? Are there traitors at the table?  He “tried to contact the Palestinian security apparatus to enquire about the veracity or mendacity of the said reports. Unfortunately, officials wouldn’t answer questions “because these are sensitive security matters.” Khalid is still not sure “if the PA leadership is aware of the summons’ story”, because In another “final” Analysis, Khalid concluded that Abbas will be remembered as a sincere man who tried but failed”.

    That “sincere man who tried but failed” is the Engineer of Oslo who succeeded divividing of Our people, selling out 78% of palestine. He conspired with Preres to overthrow of Arafat. If this meeting was to become known, count me as dead,” he told his master.
    He describes Arafat as a non-realistic man and asked the Israelis to convince the US to finance the PA when he gets elected.

    Again, the would be “assassinate” was killed by but by poison.

    In another “brain” storming our sincere bother advised those, like me, “who don’t stop making all sorts of silly insinuations about the Libyan revolutionaries to wait and see and reserve their final judgment for sometime, instead of trying to create confusion and spreading false propaganda….I say to those; assuming their sincerity, don’t worry. [Forget what happebed in Iraq Abdul Jalil is from Muslim Brotherhood]

    “In the final analysis, the Libyan revolution has an Arab-Islamic face, heart and mind. It will not betray or disappoint Muslims anywhere in the world. Just give them a grace period, and they won’t disappoint you.”

    This is not wishful thinking or daydreaming. Because Palestine and Jerusalem are always in the hearts of all Libyans and other Muslims.”

    Disgraceful behavior

    [ 24/10/2011 – 09:47 PM ]

    By Khalid Amayreh

    At a time when the clouds of tyranny and despotism are being dissipated throughout the Arab world, the little Palestinian Authority (PA) continues to behave characteristically toward the forces of patriotism in occupied Palestine, namely as an authoritarian security agency at Israel’s beck and call.

    How else can one relate to recent reports that some PA security agencies have been sending summons for interrogation to some of the Palestinian prisoners recently released from Israeli dungeons and concentration camps in the context of the Shalit swap deal?

    This writer tried to contact the Palestinian security apparatus to enquire about the veracity or mendacity of the said reports.

    Unfortunately, officials wouldn’t answer questions “because these are sensitive security matters.”

    Some “unofficial” PA sources spoke of “summons for sipping a cup of coffee” with security officials in the freed prisoners’ area of residence.

    But this is an insult to people’s intelligence, to say the very least. After all, the PA security agencies have an ignominious record of mistreating, tormenting, humiliating, torturing and even murdering political detainees in their custody.

    During the dishonorable era of Keith Dayton, the infamous American CIA General tasked with the mission of morphing Palestinian soldiers into soldiers in the service of Israel , some PA security agents indulged in every conceivable barbarity act against innocent detainees.

    The task they were trying to carry out was not to serve their country or national cause, but rather to obtain a certificate of good conduct from Israel and her guardian-ally, the United States.

    We thought that the Dayton era was well behind us. However, the dishonorable behavior of the security agencies reminds us that Dayton and the collaborationist mentality he sought to implant in the minds of these so-called “officers” still guide the PA security apparatus, especially in its dealing with the Islamic opposition.

    What makes the summons especially repulsive is the fact that it comes only a few days following the implementation of the Shalit deal which really represented a rare triumph for Palestine and its struggling people.

    Furthermore, this despicable conduct comes amidst renewed calls for accelerating the reconciliation process between Fatah and Hamas. Hence, one is prompted to ask: What is going on? Are there traitors at the table?
    Indeed, what is the point of holding a meeting between Chairman Abbas and Brother Khalid Meshaal, thus unnecessarily raising high expectations among our people, if certain elements within the PA security apparatus continue to behave in this way?

    I don’t know if the PA leadership is aware of the summons’ story. But as the Palestinian-Arab adage goes, it is a calamity if it knew what happened, but it is even a greater calamity if it didn’t.

    We hope and pray that the PA will turn a new page before it is too late. The Arab spring, which has revived hopes in the hearts of millions of Arabs and Muslims for a better tomorrow, will not permit the forces of treason to stab the Umma in the back.

    River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian

    Thank you, Mashaal

    I agree with Khalid Amayeh saying: Thank you Hamas.

    The exchange agreement is in its absolute sense, a victory for the Palestinian resistance and to all who have faith in the path of the resistance. Its a slap on the face of Abass and his Oslo and his statehood bid. A slap on the face of those telling us now why the Palestinians should never recognize Israel as a Jewish state. Indirectly telling us that we should recognize Israel but not as a Jewish state, because  “Israeli nuclear missiles and war heads are trained toward Cairo, Amman, and Damascus, not Rome or Athens or Addis Ababa.”

    Five years ago, taking into consideration the geopolitical topographic facts, I considered the Capture of Shalit, a great achievement, if compared to previous similar operations, including the capture of the Israeli soldier by Hezbollah in June 2006.

    Khalid is right, Shalit, has been detained “all these months and years, not in Tehran or Cairo, or Beirut, but under Israel’s nose, in her very backyard, only a few kilometers from Israel’s centers of power.” I said the same five years ago.

    I support resistance, and it happened the Hamas, since Oslo is the main resistance faction. 

    Typical Hamas fighter at PP

    During the past 5 years Hamas was under continuous attack for whatever Hamas do, mainly at the Hasbara site  PP (Palestinian Prostitute), run by Tony For Tony Hamas leaders are WINDBAGS and HabilasI defnded Hamas all the time and Mocked its WHEELCHAIR critics!. Here is some examples.

    I never wrote: Hamas: don’t give in on Shalit, because I was sure Hamas wan’t give in. Khalid did, though being the main commentator at PIC, he should know better.

    I published most of his comments, sometimes before reading it, until I read his call for a regime change in Syria. Since then I started to read him carefully, to read between his lines, and thats what I am doing now.

    The first thing that caught my eyes in khalid’s below article is using the term “masses axis” instead of “resistance axis”

    “We hope and pray that Cairo will keep moving away from the Zionist axis and keep getting nearer and closer to the masses’ axis.” he wrote. I never heard about the so-called “Masses Axis”.To my best knowledge the confrontation is between the Zionist Axis and the Resistance Axis.

    Here, “Brother” Khalid invented a new axis, the “masses access”, and I have no proplem with that, in case he ment the Arab/Muslim/International masses supporting the resistance option and the well known “resistance axis”

    But, Khalid is taking about something else.

    “The deal is also expected to further cement relations between Egypt and Hamas. The deal asserted Egypt’s Arab and regional status as a central state which will always be a huge asset for all Arabs and Muslims and their various causes.”

    I don’t think Khalid is taking about cementing relations between Egyptian masses and Hamas. It’s already cemented with the majority of the Egyptian masses, not only his Egyptian brothers, who think that the way to Alquds passes through the white house, and Ankara (I hope I am wrong).

    In Egypt we have, a half revolution, and a half counter revolution in motion. Time will tell who would be the victorious.
    Unlike Khalid I hope and pray that Cairo will keep moving away from the Zionist axis and get nearer and closer to the “Resistance axis“. Thanks to Eygpts freedom fighter, who forced the Israeli ambassador to flee

    Yes “Hamas is a small, besieged and blockaded resistance group, with a few thousand militiamen, struggling to resist a Nazi-like militaristic state” but Hamas, like Hezbollah in Lebanon, was never alone. Unless Khalid forget Sami Shihab and Hezbollah famous cell, and the other cell or cells who liberated Sami, Hamas detainees, and on top, about 37 of Muslim Brothers leaders including Issam Alaryan.

    Should, I remind Khalid about the whereabouts of Martyr Mabohoh, and what he was doing?

    “Now, the resistance is demonstrating that its way pays off, because Israel knows only the language of real politik, in other word the language of force.”

    No khalid, not now, long time ago, even before the birth of Hamas

    “Over the last 30 years,Israel has released about 7,000 Palestinian prisoners to secure freedom for 19 Israelis and to retrieve the bodies of eight others.”, 

    “The most famous prisoner swap between Israel and the PLO was in May 1985. In exchange for three Israeli soldiers held by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), Israel released 1,150 Palestinian political prisoners.”

    Good to hear you saying: Beggars can’t be choosers.

    Our “Ghandi” hailed Abass’s “brilliant speech at the United Nations, getting rounds of applause from most of the representatives” He crowned the traitor as the King of “Palestinian spring”

    “Kodos Mr. Abbas” he wrote, calling Abbas to “implement quickly the reconciliation agreement…act quickly and decisively to really promote popular unarmed resistance throughout Palestine.” In other words, Hamas and resistance factions should willingly lay arms or othetwise.
    Though I believe Hamas could have achieved more, I say: Kodos MR. Mashaal, you did it from Damascus, on the right timing, the right political moment, after Intifad’s day in Tahran.  

    The Uri Avenery’s “plucked chicken” soaring into the sky lost his artificial wings, and so did the two sates, and one state Palestinian Beggers.  

    Thank you, Hamas

    [ 15/10/2011 – 09:55 PM ]
     
    By Khalid Amayreh
      The prisoner swap deal with Israel, which Hamas has concluded through Egyptian and German intermediaries, is undoubtedly a perfect gift to the entire Palestinian people, given the deal’s auspicious timing, having taken place three weeks before the occurrence of Eidul Adha holiday.

    The imminent release of some 1030 Palestinians from Israeli bastilles, dungeons and concentration camps is a definitive victory for Palestine and its struggling people by all conceivable standards.

    Israel, the country, which has been oppressing and tormenting our people nonstop for generations, has been forced to treat us with some respect, with a semblance of parity despite the enormous gap in the balance of powers between the two sides.

    Israel, after all, is effectively a superpower which also tightly controls the politics and policies of the world’s sole superpower, its guardian-ally, the United States.

    This is whereas Hamas is a small, besieged and blockaded resistance group, with a few thousand militiamen, struggling to resist a Nazi-like militaristic state that is hell-bent on murdering more Palestinians and stealing still more of their land.

    Hence, the success of Hamas and other resistance groups to deal with Israel from a position of near parity is a great moral, psychological and political victory for the Palestinian Islamist movement.

    We should all remember that only a few months ago, Israel was demanding rather vociferously the destruction of all Hamas’s human and resistance infrastructure.

    Indeed, in addition to the overwhelming joy which will hover over more than a thousand Palestinian households, the deal will encompass the entire Palestinian people because in the final analysis the prisoners’ cause is the national cause par excellance.

    For many decades, Israel instilled in our minds the idea that Palestinian freedom fighters are “hopeless cases” that would only leave jail on their way to their graves!!

    This deal is proving that for Palestinian political and resistance prisoners, spending one’s life and dying in an Israeli jail is not and doesn’t have to be an ineluctable fate.

    This should be viewed as a strategic gain for the resistance as well as a huge morale booster for the estimated 4000 prisoners, still languishing in Israeli jails, and their families and beloved ones.

    This means that the Israeli theory of deterrence will never be the same from now on. Yes, Israel is likely to seek and find ways and means to reaffirm and renew its psychological deterrence. However, the Palestinians, too, will never stop being more creative and more innovative, and, yes, more daring, in their unrelenting efforts to force Israel to meet their just grievances.

    Because, ultimately, those fighting a foreign occupation are akin to those resisting rape and murder. One really exaggerates little by saying that the Israeli occupation of Palestine is an ultimate act of rape.

    Hence, calling these Palestinian heroes “terrorists” and other evil epithets is the ultimate form of “fornication with language.”

    Another point, which must be featured prominently, is that protracted negotiations between the Palestinian Authority (PA) and successive arrogant Israeli governments produced virtually nothing, apart from the accumulating frustration and despair among our people.

    Hence the imminent swap deal shows that resistance to Israeli aggression, terror and criminality, should never ever be abandoned because then there would be no pressure on Israel to meet Palestinian demands, however just and legitimate these demands may be.
    Yes, Israel might occasionally resort to offering Palestinians some “overtures” and “gestures of good will.” But this is very much like receiving handouts and charity whereby the giver decides everything while the receiver, or more correctly the beggar, has no choice but to accept whatever is thrown unto him.

    Beggars can’t be choosers.

    I felt I had to employ this analogy because since the conclusion of the hapless Oslo Accords in 1993, Israeli rejectionism, insolence, and arrogance of power effectively reduced the pathetic PA into a vanquished supplicant, begging Israel and the United States, for everything, from obtaining a travel permit to reach Jerusalem to releasing Palestinian inmates from Israeli jails.

    Now, the resistance is demonstrating that its way pays off, because Israel knows only the language of real politik, in other word the language of force.

    There is no doubt the imminent prisoner exchange deal will boost the status and stature of Hamas, not only among Palestinians but among Muslims worldwide. Hamas deserves this enhanced standing; it has earned it the hard way.

    The deal is also expected to further cement relations between Egypt and Hamas. The deal asserted Egypt’s Arab and regional status as a central state which will always be a huge asset for all Arabs and Muslims and their various causes.

    We hope and pray that Cairo will keep moving away from the Zionist axis and keep getting nearer and closer to the masses’ axis.

    The masses, long humiliated by nefarious Israeli policies and murderous Israeli practices, hate and loathe Israel, the criminal state that doesn’t stop trying to obliterate the Arab-Islamic identity of Palestine, even by burning mosques and unearthing ancient cemeteries.
    A final salute must go to those who kept Shalit’s whereabouts an absolute secret for more than five years.

    Those unknown soldiers proved to friend and foe alike that there are still honorable men in Palestine who won’t be intimidated by sticks or induced by carrots.

    Their exemplary determination, discipline, resilience and integrity thwarted Israeli efforts to rescue or liberate Shalit, who was being detained all these months and years, not in Tehran or Cairo, or Beirut, but under Israel’s nose, in her very backyard, only a few kilometers from Israel’s centers of power.

    Finally, a word or two to Israel and its leaders.

    I know you are in no mood to receive advice from Gentiles, let alone from your enemy, or more correctly, your victims, the Palestinians. Your phenomenal arrogance and insolence don’t allow you to be reasonable, just and wise.

    But let me tell you this, don’t you ever force the Palestinians to kidnap your soldiers; treat them with some Justice and respect, don’t detain their children for prolonged periods for political reasons, treat them as you would want to be treated.

    Remember the pornographic oppression you are meting out to us, such as dumping our young men, including intellectuals, in your jails and dungeons is likely to boomerang on you.

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    "He will be remembered as a sincere man who tried but failed"

    “He will be remembered as a sincere man who tried but failed”
    Khalid Amayreh

    Despite her intransigence, Israel is losing the future

    [ 05/10/2011 – 11:09 PM ]

    By Khalid Amayreh in occupied Jerusalem

    There are growing signs that Israel is traveling on a losing track. Indeed, with the prospects of finding a dignified, just and mutually-accepted settlement for the enduring Palestinian question nearly nonexistent, Israel is making sure that its future will be problematic, uncertain and even precarious.

    True, Israel is militarily powerful and somewhat tightly controls the politics and policies of the United States, its guardian ally. However, the strategic value of the “American variable” or “American connection” is steadily becoming less certain and less than absolute in light of the progressive deterioration in America’s global standing

    Until a few years ago, the U.S. was thought of as a potentially positive force, a source of an absolute and matchless asset, facilitating rather than impeding the achievement of a prospective peace deal in the Middle East.

    However, with the phenomenal domination of Zionist Jews of the American government, especially Congress, the U.S. seems to have become a handy tool in the hands of Zionist extremists pursuing maximalist goals in occupied Palestine, including the contemplated liquidation of the Palestine cause.

    Hence, one would exaggerate little by saying that the U.S. has now a very limited ability to effect real change in the Middle East. One would even dare say that the U.S. is now a liability rather asset for efforts to effect real peace in the region.

    There are those who argue that with the election of Barack Obama nearly three years ago, the U.S. took its best shot in the hope of being conceived as a fairer and more honest broker of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. However, with the pathetic retreat to the Jewish lobby’s lap, Obama demonstrated to all and sundry the extreme difficulty, which borders on the impossible, of pursuing a truly independent Middle East policy based on a semblance of Justice and a simple fairness as well as vital American geopolitical interests.

    More to the point, Obama’s notorious reluctance to accentuate and assert the 1967-armistic line as the future boundaries between Israel and a prospective Palestinian state should be viewed as a forewarning to future American presidents which would make them think twice before entertaining the same idea once again.

    With the scaled-down American ability to effect change, let alone issue orders and instructions, the fascist-minded forces in Israel are likely to have their way, at least for the foreseeable future. In other words, the genocidal and Nazi-like forces of Gush Emunim will continue to pursue and accelerate the process of ethnic cleansing all over occupied Palestine toward the creation of an Arab-free Jewish theocracy in which Talmudic edicts would be the law of the land.

    According to the Talmud, non-Jews living under Jewish religious laws must be treated as water carriers or wood cutters, in other words slaves. Those refusing to submit would have to be violently expelled or slaughtered en mass.

    The push toward genocidal religious fascism is guaranteed to reignite the flames of an internecine Jewish-Muslim conflict as never before. And in this case, new players would join the battle such as Iran and Turkey as well as new-old players such as Egypt .

    Statehood efforts are irrelevant
    The international media is focusing these days on the Palestinian leadership’s efforts to achieve a statehood-status at the United Nations. However, a fleeting look at reality in occupied Palestine shows that the two-state solution is dead, which denotes the utter impossibility of establishing a viable and territorially contiguous Palestinian state that is worthy of the name.

    Moreover, with the Israeli Jewish society continuing to drift to right-wing jingoism and religious fascism, it is greatly unlikely that any future Israeli government would agree to dismantling a significant number of Jewish colonies east of the erstwhile armistice line, let alone withdraw to the lines of the 4th of June, 1967.

    This fact would bring Israel face to face with two fateful choices: either full-fledged apartheid rule in the West Bank, in other words, the continuation of the military occupation, possibly with a few medications that would make it more palatable and more manageable.

    The other choice would be the annexation of all or most of the occupied territories, along with granting millions of Palestinians the right to vote. Israel might resort to manipulating this important variable in order to prevent “Arabs from taking over Israel.” None the less, in the long run the democratic and demographic processes would have to take their full course, otherwise real trouble would ensue and the world community would probably identify with the Arabs’ just demands and grievances.

    Correspondingly, the Palestinians of the occupied territories and their brethren across the Green Line, who would form one solid electoral bloc, would pursue and expedite their democratic rights as meticulously and as vigorously as possible, including absolute equality with Jews as well as terminating the definition of Israel as a Jewish state.

    Israel, or at least the fascist power centers in the Jewish state, would probably seek to affect more draconian “solutions” to get rid of the Palestinians once and for all. However, this wouldn’t be easily done as said, given the potential, actual human, political and military price. Israel, after all, is a small island in the midst of an Arab-Muslim sea of 600-700 millions of Muslims and Arabs who will not accept a status of children of a lesser God.

    Since its misbegotten birth, Israel has relied on military might almost exclusively in order to impose its will and gain the legitimacy of the fait accompli, and it is useless denying the fact that it has succeeded in snatching such legitimacy from the mouth of history.

    However, it was understood from day-1, that the legitimacy of the fait accompli would be no substitute or even alternative for a moral legitimacy that is based on justice and truth.

    Mahmoud Abbas may succeed or fail to obtain a statehood status at the United Nations. But that will be irrelevant, at least from the strategic view point, regardless of the outcome.

    In the final analysis, Abbas and his Palestinian Authority are only a minor, even minute, factor in the forces lining up for the momentous and extended battle of Palestine.

    He will be remembered as a sincere man who tried but failed to make peace with Israel, even at a terrible price, namely giving up more than 78% of historical Palestine.
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    Palestinians warn of "kristallnacht" following settler torching of mosque

    [ 02/10/2011 – 11:04 PM ]

    From Khalid Amayreh in occupied Palestine



    Palestinian leaders on both sides of the Green Line have warned against rising mass terror by Jewish religious fanatics against Muslim holy places.

    The warnings came hours after suspected Jewish terrorists torched a mosque at the village of Tuba Zangariya in the Upper Galilee .
    Eyewitnesses reported that around 1:00 o’clock a.m. (after midnight Sunday), suspected Jewish terrorists stormed the main mosque at the village, and set it on fire, apparently using an inflammable substance. The entire interior of the mosque went up in flames, causing heavy damage.

    Quranic texts and other religious books were burned.

    Before leaving, the perpetrators scrawled racist anti-Islam graffiti on the walls.

    Ahmed Teibi, an Arab lawmaker in the Israeli Knesset, described the burning of the mosque as “a clear cut terrorist act.”

    “This is not an isolated incident, this is not an aberration, it is not thunder on a clear day. This is a natural outcome of the systematic incitement against the Arab community. The poisoned incitement against our community by many rabbis and the Nazi-like edicts issued by some rabbinic councils, which forbid Jews from renting homes and apartments to Arabs have finally produced this.

    “This grave deterioration must be stopped immediately. We hold the government of Israel solely responsible. We are talking about a racist, fascist and extremist government whose policies and practices have made this crime inevitable.

    “Why is it that the racist rabbi of Safad has not been arrested? Why is it that not a single Jewish terrorist responsible for mosque torching has been arrested.”

    Teibi added that the best response to the terrorist act was rehabilitating the mosque as soon as possible and exercising a measure of self-restraint.

    “This is the most appropriate response to these racists and fascists.”
    Ahmed Kana’an, an academic from the town of Taiba across the Green Line, described the frequency of attacks on mosques in both in the West Bank and in Israel as a reminder of the Kristallnacht.

    “It is true that the scope and magnitude are not the same in both cases. However, we must recognize that the racism, the fascist spirit, the malicious intent, the murderous and criminal zeal as well as the connivance of the government are the same.”

    Kana’an argued that the Israeli authorities were doing next to nothing to stem the tide of Jewish fascism in occupied Palestine.

    “To the world they claim they are outraged by such acts and that they won’t rest until they catch the perpetrators, But in reality, they assure the perpetrators not to worry. They give them money, encouragement and protection. This is the reason that non-of the terrorists has been apprehended, let alone prosecuted and punished.
    “I can say with a high degree of certitude that the state of Israel and the government of Israel lack both the willingness and the inclination to fight Jewish terror. After all a snake doesn’t bit its own tail.”

    Kana’an compared the relations between the Israeli government of Benyamin Netanyahu and the Jewish terrorist groups with the relations between the Nazi regime in Germany and the Hitler Youth group.

    The group was responsible for burning dozens of synagogues across Germany in November 1938.

    So far, a dozen mosque in the West Bank have been torched by suspected Jewish terrorists. None of the attackers has been arrested.

    It is widely believed the Nazi-like religious Zionist group, known as Gush Emunim, stands behind most or all of the mosque torching.

    Last week, Jewish settlers indoctrinated in extremist Talmudic theology threatened to transform the West Bank into a huge killing field.
    Reacting to Palestinian efforts to obtain international backing for a prospective Palestinian state on territories occupied by Israel in 1967, some settler leaders warned that they would transform Palestinian population centers into another Srebrenica.

    In 1995, Serb soldiers carried out a genocide in the Bosnian city where as many as 8000 men and boys were massacred in cold blood.

    Settler leaders, who are effectively backed by the Israeli government and army, have made numerous statements of late threatening to slaughter Palestinians in case the United Nations recognizes Palestine as a state or grants enhanced membership status to the Palestinian Authority (PA)

    Kiryat Arba Rabbi Dov Lior, an extremist Talmudic sage, was quoted this week as calling for “collective punishment” of Palestinians. He reiterated an erstwhile incendiary Talmudic edict stating that even Gentiles’ children can be killed in time of war, “because there are no innocents in war.”
    The same rabbi endorsed a recent Hebrew book calling for murdering the “children of the enemy”, especially in time of war.

    In 1994, the elderly rabbi wholeheartedly embraced the massacre carried out by an American-Jewish terrorist, Baruch Goldstein, in which hundreds of Palestinian worshipers, who were praying at Ibrahimi Mosque in downtown Hebron, were killed and injured.

    The rabbi praised the murderer as a great saint and hero. The same rabbi has tens of thousands of faithful followers and supporters and is believed to be feared by the Israel political establishment.

    Last week, the main mosque at the village of Qusra near Nablus in the West Bank was badly damaged when Jewish terrorists set its interior on fire.

    Observers in the West Bank are convinced that settler terrorist gangs have “moles” and “insiders” within the Israeli occupation army throughout the occupied territories, which allows the terrorists to commit acts of terror and vandalism against Palestinians without getting caught.

    In Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, an Israeli settler ran over a Palestinian man who sustained a very serious injury. Meanwhile, Jewish settlers urged the Israeli army to shoot and kill Palestinians following an apparent traffic accident in which two settlers were killed on Friday, 23 September.

    Most, if not all, settlers are indoctrinated in a virulent religious ideology that advocates the physical annihilation of non-Jews living under Jewish rule. According to this ideology, even pacified and “law-abiding” Gentiles must be enslaved as “water carriers and wood cutters” in the service of the master race.

    In recent years, numerous settler leaders elucidated their fascist ideology vis-a-vis the Palestinians. They quoted “edicts” from ancient Talmudic texts that — if applied — would force millions of Palestinians to choose between enslavement by Jews, violent expulsion or physical extermination.

    Settlers, who follow the ideology of religious Zionism, believe that the life of a non-Jew has no sanctity and that a Jew may even murder a non-Jew without the slightest compunction. Some rabbinic authorities go as far as permitting a Jew to murder a non-Jew in order to extract the victim’s vital organs if the Jew needs them.

    Several decades ago, the ideology of Gush Emunim, also known as Zionist Messianism, was marginal among the overall Jewish population. However, the ideology looks now to be a mainstream trend as Israeli Jewish society continues to drift towards open fascism.

    A few months ago, the spiritual leader of Shas, the powerful political party and kingmaker representing Jews from Arab and Muslim states claimed during a Sabbath eve homily that the status of non-Jews in general is similar to that of beasts of burden and that the Almighty created non-Jews, including Christian supporters of Israel, solely to serve Jews.

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