Photo Credit: Sliman Khader/Flash90
Masked Palestinians throwing stones at Israeli security forces, in the Shuafat refugee camp on the outskirts of Jerusalem, September 18, 2012.

They see in the media what has happened in the past two years in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Yemen and Syria as well. The images are not heartwarming, the suffering presented by the media is great, blood is spilled in the streets of the Middle East, but the man in the street has the feeling of “yes, we can!!” To bring the desired change will also require our blood. Will this feeling be enough to draw the masses into the streets resulting in terror attacks if Abu Mazen carries out his threat? Time will tell.

If so, then we will regret that we did not solve the problem by means of the “Palestinian Emirates” solution, which we have described on this honorable platform in the past.
Originally published at Middle East and Terrorism.
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Dr. Mordechai Kedar (Ph.D. Bar-Ilan U.) Served for 25 years in IDF Military Intelligence specializing in Arab political discourse, Arab mass media, Islamic groups and the Syrian domestic arena. A lecturer in Arabic at Bar-Ilan U., he is also an expert on Israeli Arabs.

6 COMMENTS

  1. beyond the destruction of Israel, the palestinians are without national goals or direction in comparison to the worker- ant zionist machine that grows stronger and closer to it's Jewish goals day by day.2000 years practice puts the odds in favor of the zionist – entity despite all islamo bravado.

  2. beyond the destruction of Israel, the palestinians are without national goals or direction in comparison to the worker- ant zionist machine that grows stronger and closer to it's Jewish goals day by day.2000 years practice puts the odds in favor of the zionist – entity despite all islamo bravado.

  3. beyond the destruction of Israel, the palestinians are without national goals or direction in comparison to the worker- ant zionist machine that grows stronger and closer to it's Jewish goals day by day.2000 years practice puts the odds in favor of the zionist – entity despite all islamo bravado.

  4. beyond the destruction of Israel, the palestinians are without national goals or direction in comparison to the worker- ant zionist machine that grows stronger and closer to it's Jewish goals day by day.2000 years practice puts the odds in favor of the zionist – entity despite all islamo bravado.

  5. beyond the destruction of Israel, the palestinians are without national goals or direction in comparison to the worker- ant zionist machine that grows stronger and closer to it's Jewish goals day by day.2000 years practice puts the odds in favor of the zionist – entity despite all islamo bravado.

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    |Report Abuse |Judge it! |#1 21 hrs ago.
    As the child of parents who survived the concentration camps I have dedicated a my academic career and my clerical calling to educate the next generation to learn the lessons of the Nazi horrors. The first lesson of the holocaust is that the murder of6 million Jews in 21 nations did not begin with an edict to cast the Jews into the ovens. It began with a policy of demonizing the Jews as if they were less than human. Throughout WWII, the exiled Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin Al Husseini, operated out of Hitler's bunker and broadcast and rantings that called for the murder of the Jews on Nazi radio, in the Arabic language, a daily radio message that was beamed to the middle east, while the Mufti actively recruited Arabs to join SS units that systematically rounded up and executed thousands of Jewish families in the Balkans.

    Last Friday, on January 4th, 2013, Mahmood Abbas, the leader of what the UN has defined as the State of Palestine, issued a speech in which he praised the legacy of the Mufti of Jerusalem and of slew of Arabs who have murdered Jews over the past generation. To ignore Abbas's message is ignore the first lesson of the holocaust, which is that anyone who glorifies hose who murder Jews is to be held culpable in the advocacy of mass murder/.

    It is therefore incumbent on every person of conscience to condemn Abbas and to break off all relations with him and the entity that he represents.

    I await a response from the representatives of every Jewish organization and from every responsible cleric.

    There is a adage in the Talmud which is that SILENCE IS AGREEMENT. RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG

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