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September 28, 2016 / 25 Elul, 5776

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BULLETPROOF – Let’s Talk About a Two State Solution! [audio]

Sunday, September 11th, 2016

Oh yes, there IS Illegal building in Judea and Samaria, but you will not believe by whom! Today’s guest on the show: Josh Hasten who runs the international desk of Regavim. This was an AWESOME show!

BULLETPROOF 08Sept2016 – PODCAST

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A Guide to the 10 Principles of the PLO Two Stage solution, not the Two State Delusion

Monday, September 5th, 2016

{Originally posted to the Israel Behind the News website}

  1. PLO War Strategy.  In 1974, the P.L.O., at its 12th National Convention, adopted a “The Strategy of Stages” – to convey the impression of “moderation”, with the Stage I as the establishment of a Palestinian Arab state in areas vacated by Israel. Stage II involved the resumption of the “armed struggle” from an enhanced power base, so as to weaken Israel and prepare the takeover of all Palestine, in Stage III.
  2.  PLO Algeria/Potemkin Summit. In 1988, the PLO convened a summit in Algiers, reportedly to launch a state alongside Israel. We dispatched a journalist to cover the session. An AP memo greeted reporters, proclaiming that the Algiers summit would approve UN resolutions 242 and 338 and recognize  UN 181 and therefore  recognize Israel. Yet the Algiers summit never witnessed any such decisions. Instead, Algiers reaffirmed the PLO platform to liberate all of Palestine, by force of arms.
  3. PLO Non-Peace Accord.   Throughout August 1993, Israeli and PLO negotiators hammered out the DOP, the Declaration of Principles, as the basis of a peace accord on the White House lawn on September 13, 1993, signed by Arafat, Abbas, Rabin and Peres. The DOP mandated that Israel and the PLO were to ratify the accord. The Knesset did so on September 25. The PLO executive was set to ratify on October 6.  Pinhas Inbari, Al HaMishmar correspondent, flew to Tunis as the Israeli reporter to   witness PLO ratification. Yet Arafat greeted Inbari with the news that he could not get  a quorum and that no ratification of the DOP would take place. The next morning, PM Rabin’s spokesman confirmed to me that the DOP   was indeed not yet ratified and that he hoped that the PLO would eventually ratify the DOP. Yet FM Peres  sent a delegate to Tunis to congratulate Arafat on the ratification of the DOP. The Israeli consul in New York issued a statement of thanks to Arafat. To this day, the Oslo accord has yet to be ratified, and the PLO remains in a state of war with Israel.
  4. PLO Charter remains.  A most important expectation of the Middle East Peace Process  process was that the PLO would renounce the PLO Charter which mandated Israel’s obliteration.  US law went so far as to forbid  opening of a PLO office in the US, unless the PLO charter was cancelled. When the PLO convened the PNC to cancel the charter, on April 24, 1996, we dispatched crew to film  the event. We  engaged a leading expert on Palestinian affairs, Prof. Yehoshua Porat, to evaluate resolutions discussed. Porat had also been a  Meretz candidate for Knesset in 1992. Yet the PNC only formed a committee yet never cancelled the PLO charter. We sent the video and protocols of the session  to FM Peres and US Ambassador Indyk. Porath conducted a press conference to explain to the world that the PLO Charter was not annulled.  Yet Peres and Indyk congratulated Arafat on the cancellation of the PLO Charter, which enabled Arafat to enter the US a few days later and  open a PLO office in DC, which has remained open ever since. Within six months, both the Israeli and US governments acknowledged that the PLO covenant remained unchanged. In December, 1998, President Clinton attended  another PNC session to cancel the PLO covenant, but  PLO spokesman Yassid Abu Rabu informed the world that the PLO Covenant was not cancelled at that event.
  5. PLO Coordination with Hamas remains. When Arafat received the Nobel Peace Prize, I asked the PLO leader at his triumphant press conference if he would crush Hamas. His answer said it all: “I do not understand the question. Hamas are my brothers”. Far from fighting Hamas, the Palestinian Authority has been financing  40% of the Hamas regime budget in Gaza and providing Hamas with weapons since May, 1995. It is understood that any election in the Palestinian entity would wind up in in a Hamas victory – and  result in terror rockets against all parts of Israel  not only in the Western Negev.
  6. PLO Claims all areas lost in 1948 .  On its maps, the PA defines all Israeli communities built in place  of pre 1948 Arab villages as “illegal settlements”. No compromise is possible when PLO theology  insists that all of Palestine is never to be shared with others.
  7. PLO  relegates  descendants of refugees from the 1948 to one place of residence – in the 59 “temporary” UNRWA refugee camps, under premise of their “inalienable Right of Return” to villages lost in 1948 . Even when the Palestinian Arab city of Rawabi was created, with open space that could accommodate thousands of Arab refugee descendants who now live in teeming overcrowded conditions, the PA will not allow the Arab refugees to dwell in Rawabi.
  8. The PLO has fostered a new war education curriculum to motivate every school child to kill Jews who live in Israeli communities that replaced Arab villages lost in 1948.
  9. PLO demands Jerusalem, all of Jerusalem. “East Jerusalem” is never mentioned as their demand in the Arabic language. “Holy Jerusalem” is the term used. Even Salem Fayad, described as a moderate PA leader, mentions Jerusalem, all of Jerusalem, in his master plan for a Palestinian state, not relinquishing the demand for full Arab sovereignty over the Jewish quarter, the Western Wall and the Temple Mount.
  10. The PLO has established a PA regime devoid of  human rights and civil liberties, which has evolved into a totalitarian dictatorship. Those who care about  Palestinian  human rights should ask where Palestinian human rights will best be protected…under a PLO dictatorial state of corruption  – or as a protected minority in Israel?
David Bedein

John Kerry’s Latest Solution To Terror Is Brilliantly Imbecilic

Thursday, September 1st, 2016

[Originally posted to the author’s blog, The Lid}

Relax America, Secretary of State John Kerry has figured out how to win the war on terrorism. His solution is so far beyond the line where ideas are considered moronic– it is almost brilliant in its stupidity.

We don’t need to destroy the terrorist forces.

We don’t have to negotiate with them, making all kinds of concession that will only lead to our own destruction the way John Kerry and Barack Obama did with the Iran deal.

According to John Kerry the way to stop terror is to stop covering it in the media. Really that’s all we have to do–if the media doesn’t cover it, no one will know about it and abracadabra…no terror!

“Kerry in Bangladesh: Media Should Cover Terrorism Less,” by Jeryl Bier, Weekly Standard, August 29, 2016:

During Secretary of State John Kerry’s first official visit to Bangladesh, he met with top Bangladeshi government officials and held a press conference at the Edward M. Kennedy Center in Dhaka. In light of recent terror attacks in that country, Kerry addressed the problem of terrorism, including root causes and how the terrorists spread their message. The secretary said that the media could “do us all a service” by reducing coverage of terror attacks:

Remember this: No country is immune from terrorism. It’s easy to terrorize. Government and law enforcement have to be correct 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. But if you decide one day you’re going to be a terrorist and you’re willing to kill yourself, you can go out and kill some people. You can make some noise. Perhaps the media would do us all a service if they didn’t cover it quite as much. People wouldn’t know what’s going on. (Applause.)…

Who knew? If people didn’t know what was going on…there would be no terrorism.

WAIT A SECOND! Didn’t Kerry’s State Dept. also say that people join terrorist groups because they don’t have Jobs? Heck I was even willing to hire one to help the effort:

Granted no one wanted the job because the salary was too low (zero) but at least I tried.

But now it doesn’t matter, John Kerry has changed the State Dept.’s approach all we have to do is ignore the terrorism and it will go away. If reporting on terrorism makes terrorism happen, perhaps if sports pages stopped reporting the NY Jets blowing big games in the second half, they would finally win. Perhaps the reverse works, if people started reporting that I won a billion dollars–that would come to pass. According to Kerry’s logic it should work.

Jeff Dunetz

Moses Smashes Tablets At Seeing Nation Worship Two-State Solution

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

{Originally posted to the PreOccupied Territory website}

The leader of the Israelites returned from atop Mount Sinai this morning to find the people in wild, cultic dance around the Two-State Solution, and brought the orgy to an end by smashing the divine Tablets of the Covenant, eyewitnesses report.

Moses came down from his forty-day communing with the Almighty, holding two stone tablets engraved by God with the Ten Statements He had made during the Revelation at Sinai last month, to be placed in a special Ark as a testament to the special relationship between the Lord and His people. On the final day of the session, God alerted Moses that the people had strayed from the divine path and begun to revere the Two-State Solution.

Upon hearing the news Moses descended from the mountain and beheld the uncontrolled passion with which the masses were dancing about the idol they had adopted, and which blinded them to the destructive path down which they had embarked. He smashed the Tablets, burned the Two-State Solution, ground up its ashes, cast them in water, and forced the people to drink the mixture as if they were wayward wives suspected of infidelity.

“He was fuming,” recalled his brother Aaron, who had proffered the Two-State Solution to the people when they were on the verge of panic amid fears that an apparent delay in their leader’s scheduled return meant he had disappeared, leaving them rudderless. “I was just trying to delay them and to keep things from getting out of hand before Moses would come back and restore clarity. But I messed up – I underestimated the desperate passion driving this phenomenon. When my friend Hur tried to resist they killed him. It was a disaster.” Aaron confessed he felt forced to go along with the Two-State Solution Zeitgeist even though he did not support the movement.

Israelites who had not participated in the orgiastic delusion were recruited to conduct a military action against the worshipers, and the Lord sent a plague to further decimate them, bringing the casualties from the Two-State-Solution affair to 3,000. Moses then beseeched the Almighty not to destroy the people for their sin, even though God offered to have Moses himself be the progenitor of the replacement nation. Instead, Moses told the people, the consequences of their distorted, frenzied thinking would be visited upon them for all eternity, a measure of which would be present in all the misfortunes the nation of Israel will suffer throughout all subsequent history.

PreOccupied Territory

A Simple Solution for Peace

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

People on the Left like to ask the people on the Right, “What’s your solution for peace?”

But they’re not really asking that, because they refuse to even consider any of the practical and peaceful solutions put forward.

They’re really saying, the only solution they’ll accept is the creation of a Palestinian State, and peace is not part of that equation.

I’ll offer a solution anyway. I’ve mentioned it before.

Polls have shown that nearly all Gazans want to move elsewhere. Polls have show that the majority of Arabs in Judea and Samaria also want to move elsewhere.

What could be simpler than giving them money and a plane ticket to elsewhere?

They want to leave. Let’s help them.

We provide them with enough funds to get a comfortable start in another country.

We demand the other countries chip in and do their part for peace by accepting these new immigrants – who, by the way, are coming with money in their pockets.

Voila! Peace.

How about we give it a try.

JoeSettler

Abbas: If Liberman Supports 2-State Solution We’ll Talk to Him

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday responded for the first time to the appointment of Avigdor Liberman as Israel’s Defense Minister and stated that he does not judge people based on their party affiliation nor even what they say, but only based on their action to promote peace, Israel Radio reported Tuesday evening.

Abbas, who spoke at the Mukataa, the PLO headquarters compound in Ramallah, to Israeli Arab regional council heads from Galilee, added that if Liberman is saying he supports the two-state solution, nothing will stop the Palestinians Authority from opening a dialog with him.

“If Liberman really means it, the Palestinian will forget that he accused them of being terrorist diplomats, and will judge him only based on his future action,” Abbas concluded.

But as JoeSettler reported on JewishPress.com Tuesday, Liberman has always supported a 2-State solution, and would evacuate his home in the settlement of Nokdim for peace, however, Liberman envisions a Palestinian State consisting of all the Arabs on this side of the Jordan River – with no Jews, and an Israeli state on this side of the Jordan River – with a lot less Arabs citizens.

David Israel

Liberman Supports a 2-State Solution – Nothing to See Here Folks, Move Along

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

I received a flurry of messages last night from all my friends on the right side of the political spectrum following our new Defense Minister’s stated support for a 2-State solution.

“You see, Liberman zig-zagged again”, “Liberman’s showing his true colors”, “Liberman got power and shifted Left” and “Liberman’s going to be another Sharon”.

I’d say it’s open to debate if Liberman really zig-zags left and right all the time, or if he simply prefers to sometimes emphasize one aspect of his statements when convenient, while other times emphasizing the other half – leaving him open to criticism of zig-zagging, while allowing his spokespeople to emphatically deny any zig-zagging at all.

Though I don’t see much wiggle room in his statement that he plans to take out Ismail Haniyeh in just 1 more day – leaving us to wonder if perhaps Liberman is really more bark than bite.

To remind my friends, Liberman has always supported a 2-State solution. He’s said he would evacuate his home in Nokdim for peace. I believe he would.

But everyone forgets the parameters of Liberman’s 2-State solution plan – “The Populated-Area Exchange Plan“.

It’s not a one-way street.

Liberman envisions a Palestinian State consisting of all the Arabs on this side of the Jordan River – with no Jews, and an Israeli state on this side of the Jordan River – with a lot less Arabs citizens.

Liberman contends that the only way to end the conflict is to end the friction resulting from 2 opposing religious and nationalist groups occupying the same space – and it makes no sense (nor is it fair) to create a Palestinian State with no Jews, while keeping Israel as a dual-nationality state with an antagonistic Arab minority who self-identify as “Palestinian”- nor is it fair or right to make anyone physically move.

In Liberman’s plan, Israel would annex the major settlement blocks, while transferring the major regions of Israel where there are a majority of Arabs, over to the Palestinian State.

Israeli-Arabs, who constantly identify themselves as “Palestinians” would lose their Israeli citizenship but immediately gain Palestinian State citizenship. They wouldn’t have to move out of their homes – the borders would be redrawn around them – mostly in the “triangle” region in part of the Galilee.

I personally disagree with his solution for a number of critically important and fundamental reasons (to be discussed another time), but there’s certainly no denying Liberman’s correct identification of the problem and that his plan treats all sides equally (even if it is a left-wing plan).

Strangely enough, the group who should be supporting the plan the most are the most vehemently against it – Israeli-Arabs who self-identify as “Palestinians”.

In a poll in the year 2000, 83 percent of Israeli-Arabs opposed the plan, with only 11% were in favor.

You would think, that all these Israeli-Arabs demanding a Palestinian State, waving “Palestinian” flags and touting their “Palestinian” identity would love the idea.

But they don’t – they don’t want to be citizens of a Palestinian State – they want to be citizens of the Israel they hate – the Israel that gives them equal opportunity, equal rights, and isn’t under Arab control.

Interestingly enough, a friend of mine was talking yesterday with some Arabs from one of the villages under Palestinian Authority control and they said the same exact thing.

These PA Arabs want Israel to come in, kick out the Palestinian Authority and bring back the “Occupation” – they want life to be good again – as it was under Israeli rule. Most of their village wants that.

Liberman’s plan is unlikely to be implemented, simply because the Arabs themselves don’t want to live in a Palestinian State – which says a lot.

If anything, the first step Liberman should really be taking for peace is helping the poor Gazans escape from the terror of Hamas.

Set up an emigration plan – one-way tickets to Europe and Detroit with cash in their pockets and full bank accounts.

Within a year, the only people left in Gaza would be Hamas supporters, if even that.

And then Liberman could prove to us that “Mila zu mila” and take out Ismail Haniyeh.

JoeSettler

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