Fatah/PLO/PA non-elected head/Holocaust denier Mahmoud Abbas has – surprise, surprise – cancelled a meeting with Israeli Vice-Premier Shaul Mofaz in Ramallah. The aim of the meeting was to kick-start peace talks between the two sides in the seemingly never-ending pan-Arab hostilities against the Jewish state of Israel.
The Jerusalem Post reports that Abbas “bowed to public pressure” among the populace of the Palestinian territories. In plain English: the Palestinian Arabs don’t want peace, they don’t want to talk peace, they don’t even want a meeting that may result in the opening of peace negotiations.
The first question is just how the BBC, CNN, Al Jazeera et all will present this Palestinian Arab refusal to meet the Israelis as a Zionist refusal to hold talks with this “peace-loving” nascent “Palestinian Arab” state.
The second question is: What exactly could these talks have produced?
- Palestine I (aka Jordan, occupying 77 percent of the mandated Jewish homeland) is apparently not enough for the Palestinian Arabs.
- Palestine II they already have in the Gaza Strip, from which all Jews have been ethnically cleansed – including dead Jews whose bodies had to be dug up and re-interred elsewhere in Israel for fear of desecration by followers of the Religion of Peace.
- Palestine III is what Abbas says he wants in the Jewish provinces of Judea and Samaria, aka the West Bank (the name derived from Jordan’s illegal occupation of Judea and Samaria between 1948 and 1967, when all Jews were ethnically cleansed from their homes). But Abbas cannot risk holding talks on the formation of Palestine III there because that would de facto mean he relinquishes his claims on:
- Palestine IV, which is the Jewish State of Israel. 22 percent of Israel’s population consists of Arabs, both Muslim and Christian. That’s great, it’s a sign of diversity, multi-ethnicity, religious tolerance and democracy. Palestine I and II already have no Jews, and Abbas openly and proudly asserts he will never allow Jews to live in Palestine III. And he still lays claim to the Land of Israel, where he wants to create Palestine IV.
Now bear in mind that Israel without Jordan is 23% of the Jewish homeland. OK, let’s accept that, after all Jordan exists, and 75 percent of its population is “Palestinian Arab” – that’s their own figures, not mine. Israel without Judea & Samaria and without Gaza equates to 50% of the remaining 23 percent, that is to say 11.5 percent of the mandated Jewish homeland of Israel. So let’s say we accept even that. Israel pulled out of Gaza and received 15,000 rockets and mortars on its civilian communities in response. The world remained silent. Until Israel responded with military action to silence the rockets and mortars. And yet the world insists Israel repeat the same mistake with Abbas in Palestine III – even though the Fatah leader flatly refuses to even meet with Jews for discussions.
See the elephant in the room: Abbas and his ilk don’t care about building Palestine I, or II, or III. All they want is the destruction of Israel so they can build Palestine IV in its place – and they don’t care how many civilian Palestinian Arab and Israeli Jewish lives it costs, or how many dollars and euros the world has to take from needy citizens to pump into his corrupt regime and thus maintain this macabre, never-ending dance with the devil.