Skip to comments.Kedar: It's time to end the fantasy of a 'Palestinian people'
Posted on 03/09/2014 11:58:26 AM PDT by Nachum
Professor Mordechai Kedar says it's time to end the fantasy of a 'Palestinian people.' But first, let's look at this video in which Kedar talks about the possibility of 'peace' between Israel and the Arabs.
Let's go to the videotape.
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My eyesight is getting worse . . . I thought I read “Kerry” rather than “Kedar”. This is certainly not something that Kerry would say.
Their status should be that of Illegal Aliens in all of Israel including the so-called “occupied territories.”
What is interesting is that this has finally being spoken aloud. Obama has pushed them to this by creating war all around them.
Bad enough that the Euroantisemites would feel justified in their propaganda that Israel wants to “exterminate” the so-called “Palestinians”. There even has been talk about going into Israel over that false issue. Last thing we need is the EU arming itself.
Absolutely correct proposition.
their thugocracy has long admitted the same, there is no “palestinian people” they are regular Arabs that moved into the land of Israel and have been causing all the trouble ever since
send them home and the problem will improve. (have their Arab pals in the gulf provide them good temporary funding for the transition and it might even work out fairly successfully actually. so long as the funds so spent are the same dinars as the money the rich Arabs in Saudi etc now expend on all the IslamoNazi or Whahabbi terrorist training camps and schools)
A real USA government dedicated to fairness and peace in the world and all those good things... could do a lot with the Arab billionaire dictators to promote this to occur successfully. But unfortunately the influence is in the reverse direction right now... Do you think Obama could ever stand up to his masters in Riyyad (and Soros and so forth, those that program the Teleprompter of the United States)?
Could he ever see the light ?
That famous Palestinian, Yasser Arafat, was an Egyptian. I’m not sure at what point the media stopped referring to him as the Egyptian, Yasser Arafat, but I remember him being referred to as an Egyptian and leader of the PLO.
Trouble is the rest of the Arab world does not want them under any circumstances. The are Islam’s stalking horse. Used, abused, and to be thrown away when their purpose - the destruction of Israel - is done.
They need to move to any of their Moslem countries if there is to be any chance at all of working the mess they’ve bade made out But I get your point. If USA survives to get a real government again maybe so etching can be done then.
etching? Are they going to be engraved as well, or merely silver pointed?
Seriously, it does not matter which party or view prevails in the US at any time as far as Palestinians are concerned - they only wish to destroy Israel. No one wants them and they do not want to be anywhere else.
The only solution is Islam destroyed, which means making Mecca, Medina glow. Short of that prepare to convert, be converted, pay jizzera, or be killed. There are no other options.
Years ago, some liberal acquaintances once began discussing the then-news re the Israeli-’occupied-territories’ & re ‘palestinian state’ issue, directed a question at me (can’t recall what) and I replied, “Non-issue: There’s no such thing as a ‘palestinian’ in your context. The Israelis are the historical ‘Palestinians’, even if they don’t concur with the slur.”
Smart couple: They had no reply, made no comment nor brooked an argument and never discussed that geo-political situation in front of me again.
Understood. A few convert to Christianity and become more civilized but not nearly enough to solve the bigger problem. It will probably have to be solved as you say and likely sooner than later.
This is extremely humorous (not in the ha-ha sense) in view of the following:
"The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct 'Palestinian people' to oppose Zionism."
PLO executive committee member Zahir Muhsein, March 31, 1977
The answer to the question, provided 37 Years ago?
"There re none so blind as those who will not see..."
The Israeli territories are in fact occupied!
By muslim arabs imported between 1945 and 1960 from just about every significant muslim country in the immediate area: Egypt, Lybia, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia etc....
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