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Friday, November 30, 2012

Standing Ovation for the Displacement/Destruction/Replacement of Israel

I came home from work just as Abbas was speaking in the United Nations General Assembly.  He got more cheers for his speech than anyone ever.  When he finished, the vast majority of the delegates rose and cheered more for him, a resounding standing ovation.  And then they voted to upgrade the Palistinians' status to a nonmember observer state.

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is greeted by a standing ovation before speaking to the U.N. General Assembly about a vote on a resolution to upgrade the status of the Palestinian Authority to a nonmember observer state on Thursday, November 29, 2012, at U.N. headquarters in New York City. CNN

Simply put:
This is bad for the security and existence of the State of Israel.

All common sense and historic precedence prove it.

It doesn't matter how you slice it, what conditions, promises, whatever.  It's not going to work. It's going to be bad for the Jews all over the world, not just here in the HolyLand.

Prime Minister of Israel, Benyamin Netanyahu opened Pandora's Box a few years ago when he tried to be "diplomatic," Centrist and gave his support for the so-called "Two State Solution."  And now he's still trying to convince the country, the rest of the world and maybe even himself that there's a way to make it work safely for Israel.

I'm not buying.

There's no way that a Palestinian State can be good for the State of Israel.  The entire concept of a "Palestinian People" was invented by those who did not want a Jewish State here.  International terrorism is related to the Arab terrorism we suffer from here in Israel.  By strengthening the so-called Palestinians the entire world will be in danger.

Personally I don't expect any help or assistance from any other country.  History proves that.  No country went against Nazi Germany to help the European Jews who were being murdered.  The only attacks against the Nazis were to protect the sovereignty of other European countries.

During all of the wars Israel has endured since 1948, we have always had to fight alone.  And no doubt, this will continue.  I don't expect things to change.  Our greatest victories were when it was just the Jewish People and G-d fighting the Arab enemies.

I'll be very grateful when in a few short hours, the sun will begin to set and our Shabbat, Sabbath will begin.  It's a time when phones and television and computers are all off.  We will be with our only ally, HaKodesh Baruch Hu, Blessed G-d Almighty.


goyisherebbe said...

The next move should be for Israel to blandly request the Palestinian entity to delineate its proposed borders. That will put them between a rock and a hard place. If they put up a map overtly without Israel, then at least some whistles will blow (won't they). If they put up a map with green-line Israel, there will be some Islamic brothers with their knives out for the traitors and collaborators. BTW, David Bedein asserts that the business sector in Israel supports the Pal state plan because they have been paid off with sweetheart monopoly concessions inside the PA area. We'll see what happens with the elections, coalition negotiations and new government. It will be a few notches nominally to the right, but Bibi ist the only possible PM with placement in the middle with fragmented left and right. And in this country the PM does what he wants and nobody can stop him. Why? How do we change that? Wish I knew.

Batya said...

goyish, I think that we're the ones between the rock and the hard place, and we're going to have to work hard to slither through and survive.

Shiloh said...

Devarim 20! Say no more!Shabbat Shalom

Dov Bar-Leib said...

The world is coming between now and Pesach for a worldwide party called Gog UMagog. Try to relax, and look forward to after Pesach to the best years of our lives.

Bibi just approved the long for and awaited construction in E1. Ostensibly that should bring the entire world here more quickly. G-d is so self-evident in this process. Building in E1 threatens any contiguous Palestinian State from Ramallah to the Temple Mount. So expect the big bash to begin soon with earthquakes and meteorite storms in all the right places. Look at all the events within the last 35 day. 1. Hurricane Sandy 2. Re-election of Obama 3. The Gaza War 4. the peace offering and the end of the Shaul dynasty on the 8th day of that war 5. The election of the entire Feiglin list except for two new people on the list. 6. Then UN resolution on the modern Philistines. 7. For internal political reasons, Bibi is forced to play a role that he has never played before: Bravery against the entire world. It is an avalanche. None of these events can be understood separately from the others. G-d has so obviously taken the steering wheel out of the hands of the inmates who want to continue to run the asylum here. This will be scary, but it will G-d willing be all good.

Batya said...

Dov, crazy world we live in. G-d willing...