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Spew of Feces: Mahmoud Abbas at the General Assembly


Spew of Feces: Mahmoud Abbas at the General Assembly

The
President of the Falestinian Authority, during an illegal extension of
his term, desecrated the City of New York with his evil presence and
spewed feces at the General Assembly of the United Nations.

As with Prime Minister Netanyahu’s address, I have
highlighted the most important parts and inserted superscripts linked
to my comments which follow the screed. Click the superscripts to read
my comments and press your Backspace key to return to your place in the
screed.

Update: publication of this post was delayed by
interruption of my internet connection. After the technical difficulty
was fixed, I discovered that Abbas has declared that he will not
negotiate until “settlement activity” is ended. It becomes ever more
obvious that Islam is interested in conquest, not in peace.

In a Reuters story on Yahoo News, Abbas is quoted as
follows:

“We
will not accept (negotiations) until legitimacy is the foundation and
they cease settlement completely,”

H.E. Mr. Mahmoud Abbas  United Nations General
Assembly Sixty-sixth Session

Mr. President of the General Assembly of the United Nations,

Mr. Secretary-General of the United Nations,

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

At the outset, I extend my congratulations to H.E.
Mr. Nassir Abdulaziz AI-Nasser on his

assumption of the Presidency of the Assembly for this session, and wish
him all success.

I extend today my sincere congratulations, on behalf
of the Palestine Liberation

Organization and the Palestinian people, to the government and people
of South Sudan for its

deserved admission as a full member of the United Nations, wishing them
progress and

prosperity.

I also congratulate the Secretary-General, H.E. Mr.
Ban Ki-moon, on his election for a

new term at the helm of the United Nations. This renewal of confidence
reflects the world’s

appreciation for his efforts, which have strengthened the role of the
United Nations.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

The Question Palestine is intricately linked with
the United Nations via the resolutions

adopted by its various organs and agencies and via the essential and
lauded role of the United

Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East
– UNRWA – which

embodies the international
responsibility1 towards the
plight of Palestine refugee
s2, who are the

victims of Al-Nakba 3(Catastrophe)
that occurred in 1948
. We aspire for and seek a greater and

more effective role for the United Nations in working to achieve a just
and comprehensive peace4

in our region that ensures the inalienable,
legitimate national rights5
of the Palestinian people6
as

defined by the resolutions of international legitimacy of the United
Nations.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

A year ago, at this same time, distinguished leaders
in this hall addressed the stalled

peace efforts in our region.
Everyone had high hopes for a
new round of final status negotiations,

which had begun in early September in Washington under the direct
auspices of President

Barack Obama and with participation of the Quartet, and with Egyptian
and Jordanian

participation, to reach a peace agreement within one year. We entered those negotiations with

open hearts and attentive ears
and sincere intentions,
and we were ready with our documents,

papers and proposals. But the negotiations broke down7
just weeks after their launch.

After this, we did not give up and did not cease our
efforts for initiatives and contacts.

Over the past year we did not leave a door to be knocked or channel to
be tested or path to be

taken and we did not ignore any formal or informal party of influence
and stature to be

addressed. We positively considered the various ideas and proposals and
initiatives presented

from many countries and parties. But all of these sincere efforts and
endeavors undertaken by

international parties were repeatedly wrecked by the positions of the
Israeli government
,8
which

quickly dashed the hopes raised by the launch of negotiations last
September.

The core
issue here is that the Israeli government refuses to commit to terms of
reference


for the negotiations that are
based on international law and United Nations resolutions
, and
that it

frantically continues to
intensify building of settlements on the territory of the State of
Palestine
.

Settlement activities embody
the core of the policy of colonial military occupation9
of the


land of the Palestinian people
and all of the brutality of aggression10 and racial
discrimination


against our people that this
policy entails
. This policy, which constitutes a breach of

international humanitarian law and United Nations resolutions, is the
primary cause for the

failure of the peace process, the collapse of dozens of opportunities,
and the burial of the great

hopes that arose from the signing of the Declaration of Principles in
1993 between the Palestine

Liberation Organization and Israel to achieve a just peace that would
begin a new era for our

region.

The reports of United Nations missions as well as by
several Israeli institutions and civil

societies convey a horrific picture about the size of the settlement
campaign, which the Israeli

government does not hesitate to boast about and which it continues to
execute through the

systematic confiscation of the
Palestinian lands
11 and
the construction of thousands of new

settlement units in various areas of the West Bank, particularly in
East Jerusalem12,
and

accelerated construction of the annexation Wall13
that is eating up large tracts of our land, dividing

it into separate and isolated islands and cantons, destroying family
life and communities and the

livelihoods of tens of thousands of families. The occupying Power also
continues to refuse

permits for our people to build in Occupied East Jerusalem, at the same
time that it intensifies its

decades-long campaign of demolition and confiscation of homes,
displacing Palestinian owners

and residents under a multi-pronged policy of ethnic cleansing14
aimed at pushing them away from

their ancestral homeland.
In addition, orders have been issued to deport elected representatives

from the city of Jerusalem. The occupying Power also continues to
undertake excavations that

threaten our holy places15,
and its military checkpoints prevent our citizens from getting access to

their mosques and churches, and it continues to besiege the Holy City
with a ring of settlements


imposed to separate the Holy
City from the rest of the Palestinian cities16.

    The
occupation is racing against time to redraw the borders on our land
according to what


it wants and to impose a fait
accompli on the ground that changes the realities and that is


undermining the realistic
potential for the existence of the State of Palestine.
17

At the same time, the occupying Power continues to impose
its blockade on the Gaza


Strip and to target Palestinian
civilians by assassinations, air strikes and artillery shelling,


persisting with its war of
aggression of three years ago on Gaza, which resulted in massive


destruction of homes, schools,
hospitals, and mosques, and the thousands of martyrs18
and


wounded.

The occupying Power also continues its incursions in areas of
the Palestinian National


Authority through raids,
arrests and killings at the checkpoints
.19
In recent years, the criminal

actions of armed settler militias, who enjoy the special protection of
the occupation army, has

intensified with the perpetration of frequent attacks against our
people, targeting their homes,

schools, universities, mosques, fields, crops and trees. Despite our
repeated warnings, the

occupying Power has not acted to curb these attacks and we hold them
fully responsible for the

crimes of the settlers.

These are just a few examples of the policy of the Israeli colonial settlement
occupation20,

and this policy is responsible
for the continued failure of the successive international attempts to


salvage the peace process.

This policy will destroy the chances of achieving a two-State
solution
21 upon
which there is

an international consensus, and here I caution aloud: This settlement policy threatens to
also


undermine the structure of the
Palestinian National Authority and even end its existence.

In addition, we now face the imposition new conditions not
previously raised, conditions


that will transform the raging
conflict in our inflamed region into a religious conflict22
and a threat


to the future of a million and
a half Christian and Muslim Palestinians, citizens of Israel, a matter


which we reject and which is
impossible for us to accept being dragged into.

All of these actions taken by Israel in our country23
are unilateral actions and are not based

on any earlier agreements. Indeed, what we witness is a selective
application of the agreements

aimed at perpetuating the occupation. Israel reoccupied the cities of
the West Bank by a

unilateral action, and reestablished the civil and military occupation
by a unilateral action, and it

is the one that detennines whether or not a Palestinian citizen has the
right to reside in any part

of the Palestinian Territory. And it is confiscating our land and our
water and obstructing our

movement as well as the movement of goods. And it is the one
obstructing our whole destiny.

All of this is unilateral.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

In 1974, our deceased leader Yasser Arafat came to
this hall and assured the Members of

the General Assembly of our affinnative
pursuit for peace
24, urging the United Nations
to realize

the inalienable national
rights of the Palestinian people
25,
stating: “Do not let the olive branch fall

from my hand”.

In 1988, President Arafat again addressed the
General Assembly, which convened in

Geneva to hear him, where he submitted the Palestinian peace program
adopted by the Palestine

National Council at its session held that year in Algeria.

When we adopted this program, we were taking a
painful and very difficult step for all of

us, especially those, including myself, who were forced to leave their homes
and their towns and


villages, carrying only some of
our belongings and our grief and our memories and the keys of


our homes to the camps of exile
and the Diaspora in the 1948 AI-Nakba
26,
one of the worst

operations of uprooting, destruction and removal of a vibrant and
cohesive society that had been

contributing in a pioneering and leading way m the cultural,
educational and economic

renaissance of the Arab Middle East.

Yet, because
we believe in peace27
and because of
our conviction in international

legitimacy, and because we had the courage to make difficult decisions
for our people, and in the

absence of absolute justice, we decided to adopt the path of relative
justice – justice that is

possible and could correct
part of the grave historical injustice committed against our people
.

Thus, we agreed to establish
the State of Palestine on only 22% of the territory of historical


Palestine – on all the
Palestinian Territory occupied by Israel in 1967.28

We, by taking that historic step, which was welcomed
by the States of the world, made a

major concession in order to achieve a historic compromise that would
allow peace to be made in

the land of peace.29

In the years that followed – from the Madrid
Conference and the Washington negotiations

leading to the Oslo agreement, which was signed 18 years ago in the
garden of the White House

and was linked with the letters of mutual recognition between the PLO
and Israel, we persevered

and dealt positively and responsibly with all efforts aimed at the
achievement of a lasting peace

agreement. Yet, as we said earlier, every initiative and every
conference and every new round
of


negotiations and every movement
was shattered on the rock of the Israeli settlement expansion


project.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I confirm, on behalf of the Palestine Liberation
Organization, the sole legitimate

representative of the Palestinian people, which will remain so until
the end of the conflict in all

its aspects and until the resolution of all final status issues, the
following:

I. The goal of the Palestinian people is the realization of their inalienable
national rights in their


independent State of Palestine,
with East Jerusalem as its capital, on all the land of the West


Bank, including East Jerusalem,
and the Gaza Strip, which Israel occupied in the June 1967 war,

in conformity with the resolutions of international legitimacy and with
the achievement of a just

and agreed upon solution to the
Palestine refugee issue in accordance with resolution 194, as


stipulated in the Arab Peace
Initiative which presented the consensus Arab vision to resolve the


core the Arab-Israeli conflict
and to achieve a just and comprehensive peace.
To this we adhere

and this is what we are working to achieve. Achieving this desired peace also
requires the


release of political prisoners
and detainees in Israeli prisons without delay
.

2. The PLO and the Palestinian
people adhere to the renouncement of violence30
and rejection and


condemning of terrorism31
in all its forms, especially State terrorism, and adhere to all
agreements


signed between the Palestine
Liberation Organization and Israel
.

3. We adhere to the option of negotiating a lasting solution to the
conflict in accordance with

resolutions of international legitimacy. Here, I declare that the
Palestine Liberation Organization

is ready to return immediately to the negotiating table on the basis of
the adopted terms of

reference based on international legitimacy and a complete cessation of settlement
activities
.32

4. Our people will continue their popular peaceful resistance to the
Israeli occupation33

and its

settlement and apartheid
policies
34
and its construction of the racist
annexation Wall35
, and they

receive support for their resistance, which is consistent with
international humanitarian law and

international conventions and has the support of peace activists from
Israel and around the world,

reflecting an impressive, inspiring and courageous example of the
strength of this defenseless

people, armed only with their
dreams, courage, hope and slogans in the face of bullets, tanks,


tear gas and bulldozers.

5. When we bring our plight and our case to this international podium,
it is a confirmation of our

reliance on the political and diplomatic option and is a confirmation
that we do not undertake

unilateral steps36. Our
efforts are not aimed at isolating Israel or de-legitimizing it; rather
we want

to gain legitimacy37
for the cause of the people of Palestine. We only aim to de-legitimize
the

settlement activities, the occupation and apartheid and the logic of
ruthless force, and we believe

that all the countries of the world stand with us in this regard.

I am here to say on behalf of the Palestinian people
and the Palestine Liberation

Organization: We extend our hands to the Israeli government and the
Israeli people for peacemaking.

I say to them: Let us urgently
build together a future for our children where they can


enjoy freedom38,
security and prosperity.
Let us build the bridges of dialogue
instead of

checkpoints and walls of separation, and build cooperative relations
based on parity and equity

between two neighboring States – Palestine and Israel – instead of policies of occupation,

settlement, war and eliminating
the other39.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Despite the unquestionable
right of our people to self-determination and to the


independence of our State
as stipulated in international resolutions, we have accepted in the past

few years to engage in what appeared to be a test of our worthiness,
entitlement and eligibility.

During the last two years our national authority has implemented a
program to build our State

institutions. Despite the extraordinary situation and the Israeli
obstacles imposed, a serious

extensive project was launched that has included the implementation of
plans to enhance and

advance the judiciary and the apparatus for maintenance of order and
security, to develop the

administrative, financial, and oversight systems, to upgrade the
performance of institutions, and

to enhance self-reliance to reduce the need for foreign aid. With the
thankful support of Arab

countries and donors from friendly countries, a number of large
infrastructure projects have been

implemented, focused on various aspects of service, with special
attention to rural and

marginalized areas.

In the midst of this massive national project, we
have been strengthening what we

seeking to be the features of our State: from the preservation of
security for the citizen and public

order; to the promotion of judicial authority and rule of law; to
strengthening the role of women

via legislation, laws and participation; to ensuring the protection of
public freedoms and

strengthening the role of civil society institutions; to
institutionalizing rules and regulations for

ensuring accountability and transparency in the work of our Ministries
and departments; to

entrenching the pillars of democracy as the basis for the Palestinian
political life.

When division struck the unity of our homeland,
people and institutions, we were

determined to adopt dialogue for restoration of our unity. We succeeded
months ago in

achieving national reconciliation and we hope that its implementation
will be accelerated in the

coming weeks. The core pillar of this reconciliation was to turn to the
people through legislative

and presidential elections within a year, because the State we want
will be a State characterized

by the rule of law, democratic exercise and protection of the freedoms
and equality of all citizens

without any discrimination and the transfer of power through the ballot
box.

The reports issued recently by the United Nations,
the World Bank, the Ad Hoc Liaison

Committee (AHLC) and the International Monetary Fund confirm and laud
what has been

accomplished, considering it a remarkable and unprecedented model. The
consensus conclusion

by the AHLC a few days ago here described what has been accomplished as
a “remarkable

international success story” and confirmed the readiness of the
Palestinian people and their

institutions for the immediate independence of the State of Palestine.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

It is no longer possible to redress the issue of the blockage of the horizon
of the peace


talks with the same
means and methods that have been repeatedly tried and proven
unsuccessful

over the past years. The
crisis is far too deep to be neglected, and what is more dangerous are


attempts to simply circumvent
it or postpone its explosion.
40

It is neither possible, nor practical, nor
acceptable to return to conducting business as

usual, as if everything is fine.
It is futile to go into negotiations without clear parameters41
and in


the absence of credibility42
and a specific timetable.
Negotiations will be meaningless as
long as


the occupation army on the
ground continues to entrench its occupation43,

instead of rolling it

back, and continues to change
the demography of our country
44 in
order to create a new basis on

which to alter the borders.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

It is a moment of truth and my people are waiting to
hear the answer of the world. Will it

allow Israel to continue its occupation, the only occupation in the
world? Will it allow Israel to

remain a State above the law
and accountability?
Will it allow Israel to continue rejecting
the

resolutions of the Security Council and the General Assembly of the
United Nations and the

International Court of Justice and the positions of the overwhelming
majority of countries in the

world?

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I come before you today from the Holy Land, the land of Palestine,
the land of divine

messages, ascension of the
Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him) and the birthplace of Jesus

Christ (peace be upon
him), to speak on behalf of the Palestinian people in the homeland and
in

the Diaspora, to say, after 63 years of suffering of an ongoing Nakba:
Enough. It is time for the

Palestinian people to gain
their freedom and independence.

The time
has come to end the suffering and the plight of millions of Palestine
refugees
in

the homeland and the Diaspora, to end their displacement and to realize
their rights, some of

them forced to take refuge more than once in different places of the
world.

At a time when the Arab peoples affirm their quest for
democracy45

– the Arab Spring – the

time is now for the Palestinian Spring, the time for independence.

The time
has come for our men, women and children to live normal lives
46,
for them to be

able to sleep without waiting for the worst that the next day will
bring; for mothers to be
assured


that their children will return
home without fear of suffering killing, arrest or humiliation47
;
for

students to be able to go to their schools and universities without
checkpoints obstructing them.

The time has come for sick
people to be able to reach hospitals normally48
,
and for our farmers to

be able to take care of their good land without fear of the occupation
seizing the land and its

water, which the wall prevents
access to
, or fear of
the settlers, for whom settlements are being


built on our land and who are
uprooting and burning the olive trees that have existed for


hundreds of years. The time has come for the thousands
of prisoners49
to be released from the


prisons to return to their
families and their children to become a part of building their homeland,


for the freedom of which they
have sacrificed.

My people desire to exercise their right to enjoy a normal life like
the rest of humanity.

They believe what the great poet Mahmoud Darwish said: Standing here, staying here,

permanent here, eternal here, and we
have one goal, one, one: to be.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

We profoundly appreciate and value the positions of
all States that have supported
our


struggle and our rights
and recognized the State of Palestine following the Declaration of

Independence in 1988, as well as the countries that have recently
recognized the State of

Palestine and those that have upgraded the level of Palestine’s
representation in their capitals. I

also salute the Secretary-General, who said a few days ago that the
Palestinian State should have

been established years ago.

Be assured that this support for our people is more
valuable to them than you can

imagine, for it makes them
feel that someone is listening to their narrative
50and
that their tragedy

and the horrors of Al-Nakba and the occupation, from which they have so
suffered, are not being

ignored. And, it reinforces their hope that stems from the belief that
justice is possible in this in

this world. The loss of hope
is the most ferocious enemy of peace and despair is the strongest


ally of extremism.

I say: The time has come for my courageous and proud
people, after decades of

displacement and colonial
occupation and ceaseless suffering, to live like other peoples of the


earth, free in a sovereign and
independent homeland.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I would like to inform you that, before delivering
this statement, I, in my capacity as

President of the State of Palestine and Chairman of the Executive
Committee of the Palestine

Liberation Organization, submitted to H.E. Mr. Ban Ki-moon,
Secretary-General of the United

Nations, an application for the admission of Palestine on the basis of
the 4 June 1967 borders,

with AI-Quds AI-Sharif as
its capital, as a full member of the United Nations.

I call upon Mr. Secretary-General to expedite
transmittal of our request to the Security

Council, and I call upon the distinguished members of the Security
Council to vote in favor of

our full membership. I also appeal to the States that have not yet
recognized the State of

Palestine to do so.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

The support of the countries of the world for our
endeavor is a victory for truth, freedom,

justice, law and international legitimacy, and it provides tremendous
support for the peace option

and enhances the chances of success of the negotiations.

Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Your support for the establishment of the State of Palestine and for
its admission to the

United Nations as a full member is the greatest contribution to
peacemaking in the Holy Land.

I thank you.

 


  1. Responsibility for the
    Falestinians lies entirely with the membership of the Arab League, who
    staged a  series of genocidal attack on Israel, beginning in
    modern times, in 1948. Any broader responsibility is limited to Ummah
    al-Islamiyya, to pay Zakat to their distressed brethren.  Had the
    Arabs lived up to their responsibility, there would be no refugee
    problem for the Falestinians.
  2. The geographic region
    called Palestine was, prior to the Destruction of the Second Temple,
    known as Israel. The Romans renamed the occupied territory after the
    Philistines as an insult to the Jews whom they had thrown out of their
    homeland. The Jewish diaspora are the real Palestinian refugees.
  3. In 632, four years after Moe departed for
    his richly deserved eternal damnation,{fire be upon him) caliph Umar
    completed the conquest of the Roman Province of Syria, the indigenous
    population of which was Christian & Jewish, neither Arab nor
    Muslim.

    In World War 1, the Ottoman Empire fought on
    the losing side, losing the desert to Great Britain. Following the
    Balfour Doctrine, the League of Nations gave Great Britain a mandate to
    restore the Jews to their ancient homeland which had been stolen from
    them. Great Britain reneged on the deal, forcing Israel to rise up
    against the occupying force and restored her sovereignty in 1948. The
    Arabs rejected the partition plan and Falestinian statehood,
    preferring  to launch a genocidal attack.
    To learn more about the relevant  history of the Levant, follow
    the links in the left sidebar of http://www.palestinefacts.org/ .

  4. Just, comprehensive and
    lasting peace is a function of your apostasy or death.If
    you abandon Islam or go to Hell, there will be peace in the
    region.  Until you follow one of those courses of action, there
    can be no peace.  If you wanted peace, you would have it. Instead,
    you want conquest, because it is the commandment of the demon to whom
    you are enslaved. You hope that we do not know about the Qur’an, but a
    few of us know, and we are sharing our knowledge with others.
    Comprehension of the true nature of Islam is propagating at an
    accelerating pace.

    We know about Noble Qur’an 2:216,
    which ordains jihad for you. We know about 2:190
    which commands you to drive out those who drove you out; a command to
    reconquer lost territory, which motivates your reconquest of Israel. We
    know about 8:57,
    which commands you to deal harshly with those you defeat so as to
    terrorize prospective victims behind them.  We know about 8:60,
    which commands you to build the strongest possible army with which to
    terrify your intended victims.  We know about 8:67,
    which sets “great slaughter” as the price of admission to Allah’s
    celestial bordello
    .

    We know about how Allah terrified Jews
    so that you killed them, enslaved their widows & orphans and seized
    their real and personal property.  We know how Moe committed
    genocide, slaughtering 800 Jews who had surrendered; how he inspected their sons for pubic hair and slew those
    who had developed it.  And we know about Moe instructing his
    companions to invade Syria first because “Allah has on my
    account taken special charge of Syria and its people
    .” We
    also read 7:167
    so we know that Allah will “certainly keep on sending against them
    (i.e. the Jews), till the Day of Resurrection, those who would afflict
    them with a humiliating torment.”  We even know that the gates of
    Paradise will not swing open for you until you hunt down and kill the last Jew.

    Nay more! We have read Islamic law, so we know
    that jihad is “war against non-Muslims“.
    We know that it must be performed in every year, and that, if it is
    abandoned in a year without good cause, that all who knew of the
    obligation are in sin. We know that “The caliph makes war against Jews, Christians and
    Zoroastrians
    “.

    We are not so stupid, ignorant and gullible as
    you hope.  We know that Allah
    promised you victory
    . We know that Allah promised that you would take
    over the land
    .
    We also know by 13:41, that your conquest is irreversible.  That
    is how we know that Allah is an impotent idol: The Jews got part of
    their land back and you tried to exterminate them and failed several
    times.  I know that you will never tolerate the existence of
    Israel because she testifies to the fact that you worship an impotent
    idol, and I am telling everyone who will read this blog post.

  5. According to sacred and
    secular history, Judea & Israel were ancient kingdoms in the region
    now referred to as Palestine. We know that Jerusalem was the capitol,
    where King Solomon erected the Temple, the Assyrians destroyed it,
    Herod rebuilt it and the Romans destroyed it again.  When did you
    ever have a nation of Palestine? Who were its rulers? What was its unit
    of currency? What was its capitol city? How and when did it cease to
    exist as a sovereign nation?
  6. One terrorist’s admission to a newspaper
    spilled the beans.  Falestinians are not a distinct people with a
    national history. No people, no nationality, no historical basis for a
    nation of their own on Israel’s territory. Your lies are exposed and
    the game is up; sit down and shut up!

    Way back on March 31, 1977, the Dutch newspaper Trouw
    published an
    interview with Palestine Liberation Organization executive committee
    member Zahir Muhsein. Here’s what he said:

    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.

    For tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state
    with
    defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a
    Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and
    Jerusalem. However, the moment
    we reclaim our right to all of
    Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and
    Jordan.

  7. Abbas demanded a
    construction freeze as a precondition for negotiations. Netanyahu
    stupidly imposed the freeze for ten months. Abbas delayed talks until
    the last two weeks of the freeze, then he walked away.  Muslims
    only negotiate from a position of strength. When too weak to fight,
    they only grant a ten year truce during which they rearm and regroup
    for their next attack.
  8. There
    were no negotiations because you refuse to negotiate; you demand
    surrender as a precondition for peace talks. Go to Hell.
  9. Its Israel, stupid. It
    ain’t Palestine, it is Israel, the Jewish homeland. Muslims are the
    interlopers & illegal occupiers, since Umar’s conquest in 638.
  10. The projection continues;
    Muslims accuse their victims of their own offenses.  You killed a
    student and wounded a school bus driver with an expensive anti-tank
    rocket yet you accuse Israel of brutal aggression. Muslims were the
    aggressors in a series of four wars. Its time for the world to get a
    clue.
  11. It ain’t your
    land; you stole it in 638.  You stole it again in 1948. Israel
    recovered it when you attacked again in 1967. Live by the sword, die by
    the sword. Quit kvetching, losers.
  12. Jerusalem is Israel’s capitol.
    King Hussein illegally seized half of it and excluded Jews from it in
    1948, in violation of international law and his oath. You have no right
    or claim in Jerusalem. Drop the fantasy. Islam’s so called claim on
    Jerusalem is founded in fabulism, a mirage.
  13. There would be no wall if you were
    not continually attempting to murder Jews.  The wall is necessary
    to slow down and deter genocidal attackers motivated by the damnable
    doctrine
    of Islam.  Everything you bitterly bitch about is a
    consequence of your genocidal aggression.
  14. AssWhole: you rival Barack Hussein
    Obama in arrogance & al-Taqiyya! You demand that the Falestinian
    state be Judenrein; that all
    Jews be expelled from Judea & Samaria. You enforce a law
    prescribing the death penalty for selling land to Jews.  May Satan
    take you soon in your hypocrisy!
  15. There are no Jewish excavations
    near Mecca. The excavations near the Temple Mount do not threaten
    anything except your malignant narrative. Your removal and dumping of
    rubble containing Jewish artifacts from the Temple Mount stands out as
    a real threat to archeology.
  16. Its
    Israel, stupid!  Jerusalem was the capitol, ruled over by David
    and Solomon, who were Jews, not Muslims. Jesus Christ worshiped in the
    Temple at Jerusalem; he, too is a Jew.  Jerusalem was never the
    capitol of any Arab or Muslim nation.  It was neglected by the
    Ottoman Empire, falling into decay during their occupation.
  17. Any fool with
    eyes can see that there is not sufficient land there for one state;
    Israel is far too small for long term survival. There is not enough
    real estate there for two nations.
  18. Yasser Arafat was fond of
    chanting “A million martyrs marching to Jerusalem”. You worship
    martyrs, naming schools and public places after those who die in the
    act of murdering Jews.  Martyrs are a great thing, they gain
    instant admission to Alllah’s celestial bordello and take 70 close
    relatives with them. Quit bitching about making martyrs.
  19. If you would implement and
    enforce your obligations under the Oslo Accords, there would be no need
    for Israeli incursions. You will not enforce them because murder is
    your way of life.
  20. Umar sent the Muslims to the great countries to fight
    the pagans
    . Islam, not Israel invaded, conquered and occupied the
    Levant. It happened in 632. It is time to shut off the projector.
  21. Two states are not a solution.
    Statehood will not diminish your genocidal aggression, if anything, it
    would exacerbate your aggression.  There is absolutely no excuse
    for giving you a staging area for further attacks. If Israel moves for
    peace, she will usher you into Hell. Until she does, she will have no
    peace.
  22. Allah said: “Fight against those
    who (1) believe not in Allâh, (2) nor in the Last Day, (3) nor forbid
    that which has been forbidden by Allâh and His Messenger (4) and those
    who acknowledge not the religion of truth (i.e. Islâm) among the people
    of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), until they pay the Jizyah with
    willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.
    “. Moe said: “I
    have been ordered to fight the people till they say: ‘None has the
    right to be worshipped but Allah.’ And if they say so, pray like our
    prayers, face our Qibla and slaughter as we slaughter, then their blood
    and property will be sacred to us and we will not interfere with them
    except legally and their reckoning will be with Allah.”  Israel’s
    demand for recognition as the Jewish state turns the war into a
    religious conflict. Yeah, right.
  23. It ain’t your country, it
    is Israel! You had a chance for a country in 1948; you rejected that
    chance, preferring  to drive the Jews into the sea. Your genocidal
    attack was a failure, proving to all who will observe the truth that
    Allah is an impotent idol.
  24. You had a fine way of pursuing
    peace in 1948, 1967 & 1973. Why did you repeatedly fail to capture
    it? You do not want peace, you want genocidal conquest. Arafat is
    lonely in Hell, be swift to join him.
  25. You
    ain’t a people, you ain’t a nation and you have no historical, legal or
    moral right to Israel’s land nor to a nation.  You could have had
    a nation, but you did not want one.
  26. Egyptian radio
    broadcast orders to evacuate; clearing the way for their army to push
    the Jews into the sea. You left to clear a path for genocide. You have
    no right to return.  Losing aggressors do not write the rules.
  27.  If you are a Muslim, you
    believe in Allah, not in peace.  Allah said that he purchased your
    lives so that you fight in his cause, killing others and being killed.
    His cause is to make Islam dominant; global conquest. “The Good News that Muslims will conquer the Known
    World, and ultimately the Entire World
    “. Kiss my big, smelly,
    deformed, ulcerated foot.
  28. Israel
    recovered that land, stolen from her in 638 & 1948, only because
    you attacked her again with genocidal intent and lost. You bitch
    bitterly about the consequences of your own genocidal aggression. Go to
    Hell.
  29. What historic step did
    you take?  Did you make a good faith effort to stop terror
    attacks?  Did you end the inculcation of hatred in your schools,
    public television and Mosques?  Did you end incitement to violence
    against Israel?  Did you meet any of your obligations under the
    Oslo Accords?  Go to Hell.
  30. In a pig’s anus you do! If
    you renounce violence, you must abjure & denounce Allah’s damnable
    words including, but not limited to 2:216,
    8:39,
    8:60,
    8:65,
    9:29
    & 9:123. By
    renouncing those ayat, you would become apostates, subject to
    execution. I disrespectfully direct doubters & dissenters to
    Reliance of the Traveller O8.1 & O8.7 [on the next page of the pdf.].
  31. In a pig’s anus you do! If
    you renounce terrorism, you must abjure & denounce Allah’s damnable
    words including, but not limited to 3:151,
    8:12,
    8:57,
    8:60,
    33:26, 33:27,
    59:2
    & 59:13,
    subjecting yourselves, under the Islamic law cited above, to execution
    as apostates.
  32. Building
    apartments for Jews in Jerusalem is not settlement activity. Jerusalem
    is their capitol city. It belongs to Israel, not to you.
  33. Throwing
    rocks is not peaceful resistance. Launching mortar shells is not
    peaceful resistance. Launching rockets is not peaceful resistance.
    Blowing up buses is not peaceful resistance. Slaughtering families as
    they sleep is not peaceful resistance. You are occupying Israel; end
    the occupation immediately.  Go to Hell!
  34. You demand that your state be
    Judenrein and accuse Israel of apartheid. Go to Hell, hypocrite!
  35. You demand the exclusion of
    Jews from Jerusalem and call Israel racist. Go to Hell, hypocrite!
  36. Usurpation of
    Israel’s sovereign territory and declaration of a state without due
    process; in the absence of a functional government ain’t unilateral
    action. Yeah, right.
  37. Legitimacy? Either you have it or
    you don’t.  Israel has it, you don’t.  Your cause is
    illegitimate and can not be legitimatized.
  38. Your children can not enjoy freedom
    while enslaved to Allah. First, they must be emancipated from Allah,
    then from your satrapy.
  39. Allah’s Apostle said
    that the gates of the celestial bordello will not swing open for you
    until you kill the last Jew.  The genocidal statement is recorded
    in several ahadith including Sahih Bukhari 4.52.177 and Sahih Muslim 41.6985.
  40. Your
    intransigence in demanding surrender prior to peace talks is building
    pressure for your eradication.   Justice will only be served
    by the explosion.
  41.  Recognition of Israel as the
    Jewish state, genuine denunciation of violence, complete &
    permanent disarmament & demilitarization and Israel’s unquestioned
    right and duty to usher you into Hell at the first violation of those
    clear parameters; sounds like a plan.
  42. You have no credibility and
    can obtain none because you never implemented the Oslo Accords. Until
    you quit inculcating hatred and inciting violence, you have no
    credibility.
  43. Yes, it certainly is
    unreasonable to expect Israel to negotiate while you occupy her
    sovereign territory. Go home!
  44. Israel is not
    your country, and you are breeding like rats in it, changing the
    demography.
  45. “One man, one vote, one time.” “It is not for a believer, man or woman,
    when Allâh and His Messenger have decreed a matter that they should
    have any option in their decision. “[33:36]

    The quest is for domination, not democracy; its about who sits on the
    throne.
  46. Then
    let them denounce Islam, join the human race and abandon genocidal
    conquest. You can quit making war any day of the week, any week of the
    year but you will not because you are slaves of Allah. But I know
    something you wish I did not know: “And the life of this world is
    nothing but play and amusement. But far better is the house in the
    Hereafter for those who are Al­Muttaqûn (the pious – see V.2:2). Will
    you not then understand?” [6:32]
    Muslims do not want normal lives, they seek war and martyrdom as a
    guarantee of admission to the celestial bordello.
  47. They send their brats
    off to murder Jews, telling them not to shame their mothers by
    returning alive. Do you think we do not see the pictures of little boys
    carrying rifles and wearing bomb vests?  Do you think we do not
    read about teenagers being caught carrying knives and bombs into Israel
    or wearing bomb vests to the border?
  48. If you built hospitals
    instead of arsenals, buying medicine instead of explosives, that would
    not be a problem.
  49. Israel should execute one of
    those prisoners every day until Shalit is freed alive and unharmed. Of
    course, they will go directly to the celestial bordello, won’t they.
    Their relatives will celebrate their wedding to 72 houris.
  50. We have been listening
    for 62 years and we know it is a false narrative.

 

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