by Boaz Haetzni
The creation of the Palestinians and their demand for a state was a brilliant tactical move, but that is all it is.
The Moslems don't want a state, in truth, the invention of Palestinian identity was a tactical move and they admit that it is part of the Arab plan for destroying
I quote: "I wish to remind the Israeli authorities, that we consider
He repeated this idea in 1987 at the Rabat Ammon Conference, saying "There was never a country called
"The proprietor of the Palestinians", Yasser Arafat, revealed the truth in 1970: "The question of boundaries doesn't interest us...from an Arab point of view, there is no need to talk about boundaries as
The complete picture was provided by the PLO leader and head of the terrorist group "Al Tsaika," Zoheer Mukhsein, who said in an interview for the Dutch newspaper "Trobe" in 1977:
"The Palestinian nation is non existent, its founding was to use as a tool to unify the Arab world in the ongoing war against
The Arab League representative, Achmed Shukeiry, appearing at the UN in 1956, announced that "this Palestinian creation does not exist, this land is southern
However, Shukeiry changed his tune when he became the first head of the PLO, the new tool for fighting
Palestinian nationalism was created to serve as the justification for Arab claims to the Jewish state, once it was realized that pre Six Day War threats to "throw the Jews into the sea" were difficult for the Western world to swallow. Another advantage to this idea was that the terms of reference changed.
Now, however, there is a frustrating threat facing those who promoted the Palestinian bluff. The closer to forming a Palestinian state gets, the farther away their dream shifts. Why is that?
Hamas, elected by a large majority in
There is no question that in the event of an Israeli withdrawal, Hamas will gain control in all of Judea and
It is frustrating for Palestinian nationalist supporters, whether Arabs, Israelis or others, to realize that the only factor preventing this scenario from coming true is the Israeli presence in Yesha. The IDF, Shabak (ISA) and the settlements are what keeps Abu Maazen in power.
If we leave, the Hamas will arise and completely destroy the Palestinian narrative. And if we don't leave — there still won't be a Palestinian state.
That is why, ironically, if Abu Maazen wishes to continue the Palesitinian "project", he would be better off if he quietly told
All that remains to be done is for someone to explain these basic facts of Middle Eastern life to the one person who is still living a dream that is disconnected from reality — the President of the United States, Barack Obama.
Boaz Haetzni has a degree in mechanical engineering. He is a free-lance columnist and speaker.
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