Thursday, October 16, 2014

The World Wouldn't Care if Israel was Destroyed, G-d Forbid

I feel like I'm constantly repeating myself, writing the same message but changing words and syntax.

How long will it take for the State of Israel and the Jewish World to admit, to realize, to internalize that we are in very serious danger?

Menachem Begin in Washington in 1977.
Photo by AP
Ever since the late Prime Minister Menachem Begin offered the Arabs what he called "autonomy" thirty-five years ago, it has been clear to me that a very big and dangerous Pandora's Box had been opened.
Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin in a speech to the Knesset outlined his ideas for the future of the Palestinians in the disputed territories. Excerpts:.Autonomy Plan for the West Bank and Gaza Strip
(December 28, 1977)
... With the establishment of peace we shall propose the introduction of an administrative autonomy for the Arab residents of Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip on the basis of the following principles:
The administration of the military rule in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip will be abolished. In Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip an administrative autonomy of, by and for the Arab residents will be established... (from the Jewish Virtual Library, complete text)

Begin opened the dike. Little drops become a flood. You can't sweep a flood of water into a corner and control it.

ABC News Photo Illustration
It got much worse when Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced that he supported the "two state solution" five years ago. Begin's "autonomy plan" had metamorphosed into a state for the "Palestinians." And it doesn't help that both of those Likud leaders had tacked all sorts of provisos, restrictions, conditions on their plans/proposals.

Words take on wings and can't be taken back.

Now more and more countries and international bodies are recognizing this "state" that has as its main aim and goal the destruction of the State of Israel. That "little detail" doesn't bother them. They don't care if Israel is destroyed and replaced by an Arab country called "Palestine." They sincerely believe that we destroyed and took over an earlier "Palestine." They consider us the usurpers, the invaders, the occupiers.

The Arabs won't be pacified or satisfied if they are just given Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley. They want Jerusalem, not Shiloh, Herzeliya, not Efrat.

Paula Stern explained it very clearly in her recent It’s about Israel, Stupid:
...There were NO settlements in 1948 when the powerful combined forces of more than five nations invaded the newly declared State of Israel. The goal was clear – they said it with their own mouths at a time when politically correct was a non-existent concept, genocide was still fresh on the minds of most humans, and the Arabs weren’t  smart enough to temper their English messages. They would, they promised – push the Jews into the sea. That’s right – the sea.
Read more: It's about Israel, Stupid | Paula R. Stern | The Blogs | The Times of Israel Follow us: @timesofisrael on Twitter | timesofisrael on Facebook..
Why is it that what is so clear to me and people like Paula aren't seen and acted on by our Israeli Government?

We must stop it now, before it becomes a tidal wave a tsunami against us! The lesson we must learn from the Nazi Holocaust is that we have no allies!

Step #1:

  • Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu must rescind his support of a Palestinian State!


debby fagya said...

The world is not of one mind, Batya, I do not believe it is a matter of blaming the world for not caring enough about us Jews. Look at the Kurds, look at Africa, the starvation and disease. Look at Syria. The truth is people are people, we are finite, we are flawed and we are limited in our thinking and resources. We care about ourselves, and even then sometimes not even. The challenges of living in a shrinking world, with more population and scarcer resources means suffering and heartache. The point I wanted to make is this--- if we as the Jewish nation do not care about our land, our holy places, our civilization, our religion, our culture, then that is a huge problem, in a world where no one else cares about anyone else. We have been masterfully divided by our own ---the left . That has fragmented us, We have also been divided by religious myopia which has done damage to our nation. We need to look inward as a people and find our common bonds---if there are any left that is.

Netivotgirl said...

Debby Fagya wrote very eloquently. Our biggest problem is the LEFTISTS in this country. Those on the Supreme Court, running the media and scaring many politicians into keeping to THEIR agenda. I've no doubt that they belong to the Eruv Rav, for as the Zohar wrote at the time of the Geula they shall be numberous and have great influence. Hashem Ya'azor.

Batya said...

Yes, debby fagya, our survival is up to us. That's the real lesson here. Nobody will save us, and G-d will only step in if we do enough to show we care.
Netivotgirl, it's more than the Leftists nowadays. Mainstream center is like loony Left of the past.
Be'ezrat Hashem!

Sharon said...

I care about Israel and know that G_d has her future in His hands. I am Sharon, a fundamental Christian from the United States. We believe the Torah and the special love and future He has for His covenant people. We believe His chosen ones will triumph, but after much travail described in Isaiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, etc. I pray for the Jewish people very often, and send my full tithes every month to International Fellowship of Christians and Jews. I have been doing it for 7 years. Fundamental Christians are now in a very small minority in the US and are coming under legal and personal persecution. Let's pray for each other. The world does not like people who are loving to others now.

Batya said...

Sharon, thanks for your comment.

Anonymous said...

You are very wrong when you say no one cares. A lot of people in the United States cares what happens to Israel. I do not agree with Obama about his decision about Israel either. Nor do I believe that Israel will be wiped off the face of the earth. I believe if that were to happen my saviour Jesus Christ will be on his way back. So your enemies should be looking up to the clouds watching, this is their end. In Revelations 7th chapter it is 144,000 Jews. This tells me that all of Israels enemies will fail no matter how it appears as if they are winning. It is time for Israel to look to the heavens from whence comes their help. Do you remember how King David won the war? The Holy father never changes, he is always the same. He still knows how to win the war. It is not man that Israel suppose to depend on, nor any nation, but put all your trust in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. If he is not your God then maybe this is where Israel is going wrong.

Batya said...

Ethel, I see things as similar to the late 1930's early '40's when Hitler discriminated against and then murdered Jews. Yes, there were righteous individuals, but no nations stood up and tried to stop him. They fought the Nazis for their own defense, not to protect Jews.