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Wednesday, February 15, 2017



This language of a "demographic problem" stinks to high heaven. It is a divisive and pernicious, racist rhetoric that only serves to play up the animosities between Arabs and Jews, most especially between the Muslim Arabs and Jews.

It is not a uniting and socially constructive rhetoric. If anything it calls to mind the "Jewish Problem" that the Nazi's created throughout Europe and sought to solve by annihilating the Jews in what is known in history as "The Holocaust" and which cost the lives of at least six-million Jews and their potential generations of Jewish life, which could not come into existence from their ashes.

Anti-Jewish, anti-Israel propaganda seeks to perversely flip that image and create the appearance that "Jews are Nazis", that "Jews practice apartheid" and similar such bizarre interpretations of Israel's treatment of the Arabs of the "West Bank". The darker, greater reality is that the Arabs of the "West Bank" are in large part the tip of the spear of the single-minded Arab war machine, which has sought to annihilate Israel since it's inception circa WW-1 and creation post WW-2. The darker, greater reality is that Arab nations have used the variety of Jihadi terror organizations (Hamas, El Fatah, Hezbollah, Al Quaeda, ISIS, etc.) as training opportunities for Jihadi Wars; who does one think are under those KKK-like hoods that they wear?

Most of the native "Palestinians" left their homes in 1948 to avoid being butchered by invading Arab armies from Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and other Arab nations, which invaded to snuff out the post-Holocaust State of Israel and to occupy "Palestine". Praise Heaven, these invading armies lost their war against Israel in 1948 and lost all the subsequent wars of annihilation they fought against Israel.

Native "Palestinians" have done well or poorly, depending on where their exile took them. Those, who made it to Europe and America have done relatively well and even very well. Those, who were protected by Israel, became Israeli Citizens and comprise 20% of Israel today.

Those, who settled in refugee camps in Arab countries, often suffered and still do, because the Arab nations that caused them to flee did not and do not want to take responsibility for them, except to use them as pawns in their wars. With the notable exceptions of Egypt and Jordan, most Arab and Muslim States do not recognize Israel.

"At present, a total of 31 United Nations member states do not recognise the State of Israel: 18 of the 21 UN members in the Arab League: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen; a further 10 members of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brunei, Chad, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Mali, Niger, and Pakistan. Other countries which do not recognise Israel include Bhutan, Cuba, and North Korea.[12] In 2002, the Arab League proposed recognition of Israel by Arab countries as part of the resolution of the Palestine-Israel conflict in the Arab Peace Initiative. 16 of these countries do not accept Israeli passports[13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23] and eight of these also do not accept passports of other countries whose holder has an Israeli visa endorsed in it.[16][20]"

If any apartheid exists, it is a Muslim Apartheid against Jews that exists with it's center in Saudi Arabia and which extends in every direction into Africa, throughout Arabia, into Turkey and Europe and Russia, into Iran and parts of India, into much of Central Asia, into much of China, and into much of Southeast Asia.

And yet, as the above Wikipedia quote demonstrates, the Arab League has the unmitigated absolute gall to insist that it will only make peace with Israel, contingent on the existence of resolution of the "Palestine-Israel Conflict".

Respectfully, there is no "Palestine-Israel Conflict". Jews and Arabs of the geography of Israel are by definition altogether Palestinians in that the British and French resurrected the Ancient Roman Conqueror's designation of "Palestine" (actually, Syria-Palestina) for the geography of Israel. In all history there was never a "State of Palestine" and there still is no such State today. So why then are the non-Jews of the "West Bank" (known by history until recently as Judea-Samaria) called "Palestinians" and the Jews and non-Jewish citizens of Israel "Israelis"? This is a story in itself, and I invite everyone to ask themselves this question and think about it.

More importantly, I ask everyone to put away their racism, be it anti-Israeli or anti-Arab, be it anti-Jewish or anti-Muslim or anti-Christian or anti-Druse or anti-Bahai or anti-Hindu or anti-Atheist or anti-Agnostic... whatever your bigotry, put it aside! Take a look at Israel, at Gaza, and at the "Palestinian Authority" (which governs the Arabs in the "West Bank").... In Gaza there is Hamas -- Hamas apartheid and terror against everyone except Hamas. In the "West Bank" there is El Fatah, apartheid against everyone except El Fatah, and terror. In Israel there is freedom for everyone in a Jewish majority democracy... and unfortunately, there is also terror, either because of Arab terror against Israelis due to Jihadi incitement, or due to Israeli terror against Arabs in response to the terror against Israelis.

There is every reason that those Arabs, who are not Israeli Citizens and who live in the "West Bank" (Judea-Samaria), should be granted a status of "Resident Alien" -- as long as they are willing to live peacefully in Israel, once Judea-Samaria is properly annexed to Israel. Those, who are unwilling to live peacefully in Israel, have every right to receive compensation and assistance in relocating to any country that would have them; or, they have the right to be deported, as Israel cannot and should tolerate those, who would be terrorists.

Similarly, those Arabs, who are already privileged to live in Israel and have Israeli citizenship, who are unwilling to live peacefully in Israel, should be compensated to relocate or be deported. Israeli citizen or not, those, who celebrate the evil holiday "Al-Nakba" ("The Catastrophe", meaning that the very existence of the Jewish State of Israel is a worldly catastrophe) should be regarded as traitors and/or as enemies of the State of Israel and be summarily deported, no questions asked. Everyone else -- Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Druse, Bahai, Hindu, Atheist, Agnostic, etc. -- may then live in Israel in peace.

There is no Israel-Palestine Conflict. There is only an Arab-Israel Conflict, because the Arab League and other Muslim Nations maintain a unified state of war against Israel and use the idea of a "State of Palestine" as pretext for continuation of war against Israel. It is long overdue for the world to set straight the Arab League and all those Nations not recognizing Israel. And it is long overdue for the world to perceive that the "West Bank" is a name jinned-up to create an Arab-style bank of funds for waging war against Israel.

It would be a good thing, should the Arab-Israel Conflict be  subject for discussion between Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Trump, if new light were brought to the political table, which for decades has seen repetition to force the same failed idea of a "Two-State Solution". The very language of the discussion is critical, as there is no "demographic problem", only a need for the Jewish Democratic State of Israel to protect everyone willing to live in peace within it's borders (including Judea-Samaria, and One Jerusalem); and there is a need for the non-Jewish Muslim population of Judea-Samaria to have a special "Resident Alien" status.  This is not an abnormal reality in the world of democracies.

The American Embassy may stay in Tel Aviv; moving the Embassy is not important and may even become a detrimental sideshow. What is important is One Israel, One Jerusalem, and for everyone to live in peace within Israel's  borders, who is willing to live in peace.

May these meditations be taken as prayers and find favor....