Tuesday, December 9, 2014



Israel, no restraint, no concession to the Arabs rev.
Any restraint is counterproductive. Israel must respond with maximum extreme force. This is the only way to subdue the enemy. This is the enemy that wants to throw you into the sea.

I would gladly support a major offensive against Gaza or any other Arab Palestinians that are hurting Israelis in any shape or form.

Many years ago when Sharon was defense minister of Israel (while his wife was alive) his policy was, any violent acts by the Palestinian Arabs were returned with extreme force, and it worked.

Why have we changed tactics, have we become too soft, too worried about world opinion. We are paying for this behavior with Israeli lives and damage to Israel's economy.  With this approach, matters will only get worse, as the past has proven. The Arabs treat concessions and lack of extreme response as a sign of weakness.

People of the world ultimately respect a government that protects its people at any cost. Not a government that causes its people to run to shelters constantly and more.

Let us go back to the old ways and respond with very extreme force, no restraint, no concession. You will see in the long run, it will bring a much more peaceful life in Israel.

Terror should be handled in the following manner. When a poison strikes the human body, the only way to address it, is to remove it and destroy it completely.

If the Arabs cannot control their own people, extreme or not, they will have to pay the price.

There is a divine statement that says “if someone comes to kill you, you should beat him to it, and kill him first.

Let us celebrate living in safety in Greater Israel.

Remember the Arabs are the occupiers.

Greater Israel belongs to the Jewish people for over 3,000 years.

King David fought many wars to bring peace to Israel; he did not use restraint at all, only extreme force.

The expanded Land of Greater Israel from Nile to Euphrates has enough territory to settle all the Israelites together with the strangers among them! There is an opinion that the entire population of the world could be placed in the state of Texas, which consist of 268,820 square miles or 696,200 square kilometers. By comparison, the Biblical Land of Israel is not “tiny” at all. Its borders will include the Eastern part of Egypt, Sinai, Lebanon, Jordan, island of Cyprus, part of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Syria, parts of Iraq and Turkey. It is estimated that the Promised Land is eight times the size of Texas. The population of all the children of Israel is much less than that of the whole world. It would be no problem to accommodate all Israelites on their Land. Especially, as the prophets say, all the Arab and Muslim enemy-nations surrounding Israel will have been defeated and expelled out of the Land. Their lands will be repossessed by Israelites. 
Those who laid you waste depart from you. They that swallowed thee up shall be far away” (Isaiah 49:17, 19). 
The Qur'an 17:104 - states the land belongs to the Jewish people

YJ Draiman

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

San Remo Resolution - April 25, 1920

San Remo Resolution - April 25, 1920
It was agreed –
(a) To accept the terms of the Mandates Article as given below with reference to Palestine, on the understanding that there was inserted in the process-verbal an undertaking by the Mandatory Power that this would not involve the surrender of the rights hitherto enjoyed by the non-Jewish communities in Palestine; this undertaking not to refer to the question of the religious protectorate of France, which had been settled earlier in the previous afternoon by the undertaking given by the French Government that they recognized this protectorate as being at an end.
(b) that the terms of the Mandates Article should be as follows:
The High Contracting Parties agree that Syria and Mesopotamia shall, in accordance with the fourth paragraph of Article 22, Part I (Covenant of the League of Nations), be provisionally recognized as independent States, subject to the rendering of administrative advice and assistance by a mandatory until such time as they are able to stand alone. The boundaries of the said States will be determined, and the selection of the Mandatories made, by the Principal Allied Powers.
The High Contracting Parties agree to entrust, by application of the provisions of Article 22, the administration of Palestine, within such boundaries as may be determined by the Principal Allied Powers, to a Mandatory, to be selected by the said Powers. The Mandatory will be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 8, 1917, by the British Government, and adopted by the other Allied Powers, in favour of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country.
La Puissance mandataire s’engage a nommer dans le plus bref delai une Commission speciale pour etudier toute question et toute reclamation concernant les differentes communautes religieuses et en etablir le reglement. Il sera tenu compte dans la composition de cette Commission des interets religieux en jeu. Le President de la Commission sera nomme par le Conseil de la Societe des Nations.
The terms of the mandates in respect of the above territories will be formulated by the Principal Allied Powers and submitted to the Council of the League of Nations for approval.
Turkey hereby undertakes, in accordance with the provisions of Article [132 of the Treaty of Sèvres] to accept any decisions which may be taken in this connection.
(c) Les mandataires choisis par les principales Puissances allies sont: la France pour la Syrie, et la Grande Bretagne pour la Mesopotamie, et la Palestine.
In reference to the above decision the Supreme Council took note of the following reservation of the Italian Delegation:
La Delegation Italienne en consideration des grands interets economiques que l’Italie en tant que puissance exclusivement mediterraneenne possede en Asie Mineure, reserve son approbation a la presente resolution, jusqu’au reglement des interets italiens en Turquie d’Asie.

See also

[edit] References

  • Fromkin, David (1989). A Peace to End All Peace. New York: Henry Holt.
  • Stein, Leonard (1961). The Balfour Declaration. London: Valentine Mitchell.
  • Howard Grief, The Legal Foundation and Borders of Israel under International Law, Jerusalem, Mazo Publishers, 2008.
  • Howard Grief, Legal Rights and Title of Sovereignty of the Jewish People to the Land of Israel and Palestine under International Law, Shaarei Tikva, Ariel Center for Policy Research, 2003.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Arab-Israeli Relations

Arab-Israeli Relations
Monty RaineySeptember 26, 2002
There seems to be a great deal of misinformation floating about concerning Arab-Israeli relations. Let's examine some real FACTS.
At the time in which the Jews first occupied the land of Israel, the Palestinians did not exist as a people. The land of Israel was, at that time, occupied by the Canaanites, who were defeated by the Jews.
Jewish civilization existed in Israel until the Romans conquered the land and drove a large number of the Jews out of the land. These Jews were dispersed throughout other Arab nations or were taken as slaves and sent to Europe and a few other Roman ruled countries. The Romans attached the name "Palestinian" to the Arabs living in Israel as an insult to the dispersed Jews.
For the next 1500 years or so, the land was occupied by many Empires and no single sovereign Nation existed in Israel. During this 1500-year period, the land was inhabited, quite sparsely, by a combination of Jews, Arabs, Christian holdovers from the Crusades, Armenians, and a hodge-podge of other nationalities. These people all lived together in relative peace with each other.
In 1880, Jewish settlers, (liberated slaves, mostly) began to migrate back to the land. These Jewish settlers began building an irrigation system to farm the lowland area of Israel and also began to industrialize the area. This of course, created jobs, which in turn caused other Arabs to migrate to the area. These Arabs were welcomed by the Jews.
Until this time, the land was under the Ottoman rule. It was very sparsely populated until the Jews began to rebuild the land. The country had remained "The Holy Land" in the religious and historic consciousness of mankind, which associated it with the Bible and the history of the Jewish people.
At the conclusion of World War I, at the Paris Peace Conference, the name "Palestine", was officially applied to a very clearly defined area. The area which today is that of Israel and Jordan. It was agreed that "Palestine" was to become a League of Nations Mandate, entrusted to England. Under the terms of the Mandate, England’s obligation was to facilitate the implementation of the establishment of a national home for Jewish people. Again, the original mandate included what are now Israel and Jordan.
The British divided the land into two administrative districts on either side of the river Jordan. To the east, in what became known as "transjordan", England installed a Hashemite ruler named Abdullah. This action reduced the area available for the Jewish National Home to less than 22% of the entire area of Palestine.
In 1924, England unilaterally granted Transjordan its independence, thereby partitioning Palestine and creating an independent Palestine-Arab state.
In 1947, the U.N. voted to partition western Palestine into a Jewish and Arab state. This action removed from the state of Israel, the areas of the Gaza strip, the West Bank, and the Golan Heights. The remaining land left for the Jews was over 75% desert. The Jews were desperate to find a haven for the remnants of European Jewry after the Holocaust and, despite the loss of vital land areas, accepted the agreement. The Arabs, intent on preventing any Jewish entity in Palestine, rejected it.
Only a few months later, the Arabs attacked Israel from all sides. The Arab League secretary, Gen Pasha, declared a holy war and vowed to exterminate the Jews. Forces from Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq invaded Israel.
During the course of these invasions, over 700,000 "Palestinians" were encouraged by the invading nations to flee Israel until it was conquered. These Arabs were subsequently placed in refugee camps. The Jews granted the Arabs who stayed in Israel full citizenship.
In 1949, Israel signed armistice agreements with Egypt, Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. With this agreement, Jordan gained control of the West Bank. This area became a launching ground for constant terrorist attacks against the Jews.
Over the next several years, the Jews were recipients of numerous Fedayeen raids. The Fedayeen forces operated from Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan.
In 1956, Egypt sealed off the Israeli port of Eilat, effectively stopping Israel's sea trade with Africa and the Far East. Israel launched an attack on the Sinai later that year. Egypt later guaranteed Israeli rights to waterways. Israel withdrew its troops from the Sinai, but Egypt never allowed Jewish access to the Suez Canal.
The terrorism against Israel continued, until things really escalated in 1966. Syrian forces began shelling Israeli villages from atop the Golan Heights. In May of 1967, Egyptian forces moved into the Sinai and expelled the UN peacekeeping forces. Then they closed off the Straits of Tiran to Israeli shipping. Then Syria, Jordan, Iraq and Saudi Arabia joined Egypt, in what became known as the 6-Day War. During the 6-Day War, the tiny forces of the Israel Defense Force, annihilated the invading Arab forces, and took back the West Bank, the Gaza strip, and the Golan Heights. Within 6 days, Israeli forces had taken the whole of the Sinai. This time, however, Israel did not withdraw their forces as they had previously. International guarantees had proved meaningless and could not provide the security Israelis needed to live their lives free from terrorist attacks. Israel continued to occupy all of the Sinai until 1973. During Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jews, Egypt and Syria attacked again. Egyptians from the west and south, Syrians from the east.
From 1973 until today, Israel has made enormous land concessions to the Arab nations. Israel gave back the entire Sinai, an area over 3 times that of Israel. The fact is, the Arab nations are not interested in land concessions. They will only be satisfied with the total removal or extermination of the Jewish people from Israel.
This brings us to today. Let’s take a look at what exactly it is that is being fought over.
The Gaza strip: A tiny strip of land, approximately 5 miles wide and 30 miles long. The loss of Gaza would leave Ashkelon only 7 miles from Arab missiles, Beer Sheva, roughly 20 miles.
The West Bank.: This may be the most strategic area concerned. The West Bank (Judea and Samaria) provides Israel with vital security. The 1949 Armistice lines left only 9 miles between the eastern border and the Mediterranean. Over half of Israel’s population lives in this thin strip. With only 4 miles separating Ben Gurion airport from this border, Arabs equipped with surface to air missiles could easily pick off Israeli airplanes upon takeoff. An additional defense factor is the mountain range within the West Bank. Nablus is approximately 3000 feet. Without holding the West Bank, Israel’s radar can only see incoming planes within 50 kilos of Tel Aviv. Holding the West Bank, with radar atop Nablus, planes can be detected from a distance of over 90 kilometers.
The Golan Heights: This area, of which I am acquainted all too well, is roughly 15 miles by 35 miles. It borders Lake Kinneret, which supplies over 40% of Israel’s water aquifers. Whoever controls the Heights controls Lake Kinneret. Surrender of the Heights would also expose Israel’s northern plain villages.
As you can clearly see, should Israel relinquish any of these areas would leave them quite vulnerable to yet another Arab attack. Even with the control of these areas, modern weapons based in Saudi Arabia at Turayf, Gurayet, and Tabug can easily reach Israel within 10 minutes of launch. Not a very secure feeling for Jews who are surrounded by hostile nations seeking to destroy them.
If I haven’t lost you yet, let’s continue to look at more FACTS. Islamic leaders now claim Jerusalem as the third holiest city of Islam, following Mecca and Medina. These claims were NEVER made until after the Armistice Agreements of 1949. The Koran gives NO indication that the Prophet Mohamed EVER set foot anywhere near Jerusalem. This claim is purely propaganda to attempt to add credibility to the Palestinian claims.
In summary, it’s actually quite simple. The Jews have singed numerous peace accords with various Arab nations, only to fall victim to attacks. They have made enormous land concessions to attempt to appease the Arabs. Israel remains the ONLY democratic nation in the Middle East. There will be no peace until the Arab nations acknowledge the right of Jews to inhabit Israel, and there is no indication that will happen in our lifetimes.

The Ultimate Ally of the U.S. is Israel


The Ultimate Ally of the U.S. is Israel

The "realists" are wrong: America needs Israel now more than ever.


What is the definition of an American ally? On an ideological level, an ally is a country that shares America's values, reflects its founding spirit, and resonates with its people's beliefs. Tactically, an ally stands with the United States through multiple conflicts and promotes its global vision. From its location at one strategic crossroads, an ally enhances American intelligence and defense capabilities, and provides ports and training for U.S. forces. Its army is formidable and unequivocally loyal to its democratic government. An ally helps secure America's borders and assists in saving American lives on and off the battlefield. And an ally stimulates the U.S. economy through trade, technological innovation, and job creation.
Few countries fit this description, but Israel is certainly one of them. As U.S. President Barack Obama told a White House gathering, "The United States has no better friend in the world than Israel," a statement reflecting the positions of Democrats and Republicans alike. The importance of the U.S.-Israel alliance has been upheld by successive American administrations and consistently endorsed by lawmakers and military leaders. It should be unimpeachable. But for some it is not.
Rather than viewing Israel as a vital American asset, an increasingly vocal group of foreign-policy analysts insists that support for the Jewish state, including more than $3 billion in annual military aid, is a liability. Advocates of this "realist" school claim that the United States derives little strategic benefit from its association with Israel. The alliance, they assert, arises mainly from lobbyists who place Israel's interests before America's, rather than from a clearheaded assessment of national needs. Realists regard the relationship one-dimensionally -- America gives Israel aid and arms -- and view it as the primary source of Muslim anger at the United States. American and Israeli policies toward the peace process, the realists say, are irreconcilable and incompatible with relations between true allies.

Whiff of Desperation
By Stephen M. Walt

Friends Forever?
By Jeffrey Goldberg

Our Kind of Realism
By Aluf Benn

The Long View

By Robert Satloff

By definition, realists seek a foreign policy immune to public sentiment and special interest groups. In this rarefied view, the preferences of the majority of the American people are immaterial or, worse, self-defeating. This would certainly be the case with the U.S.-Israel alliance, which remains outstandingly popular among Americans. Indeed, a Gallup survey this February showed that two out of three Americans sympathize with Israel. Overall, since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan -- and in spite of Israel's responses to the second intifada and rocket attacks from Lebanon in 2006 and Gaza in 2008 -- support for Israel in the United States has risen, not declined.
The surveys prove that most Americans do not accept the argument that U.S. support for Israel provokes Islamic radicals or do not especially care even if it does. In a Senate hearing last year, Gen. David Petraeus, then head of U.S. Central Command, testified that the Arab-Israeli conflict "challenges … our ability to advance our interests." Critics of the U.S.-Israel relationship seized on the remark as evidence of the alliance's prohibitive costs -- an interpretation Petraeus strenuously rejected -- but the incident wrought no change in popular opinion. In fact, a CNN survey taken later that week showed that eight out of 10 Americans still regarded Israel as an allied or friendly state.

That kind of popular foundation for the Israeli-American alliance is all the more important at a time of great upheaval in the Middle East. As Iran's malign influence spreads and Turkey turns away from the West, Israel's strategic value in the region, both to the United States and to pro-Western Arab governments, will surely increase. Following Hezbollah's recent takeover of Lebanon and the political turmoil in Egypt, Jordan, and the Persian Gulf, Israel is the only Middle Eastern country that is certain to remain stable and unequivocally pro-American. In Israel alone, the United States will not have to choose between upholding its democratic principles and pursuing its vital interests.
And yet, for all their urgency, the close ties between the United States and Israel are hardly new. Their roots extend further than Israel's creation 63 years ago -- rather, they took hold with the Pilgrims' arrival in North America.

PS. A group of Jewsh businessmen, especially Haym Solomon helped finance and save George Washington's Army at a critical time during the war of Independence of the United States (Check the history).

Facts about Jerusalem

Facts about Jerusalem
If you believe what you read in most news sources, palestinians want a "homeland" and muslims want control over sites they consider "holy".
The fact that Jerusalem is the FIRST and MOST IMPORTANT HOLY PLACE for JEWS seems to be irrelevant, while muslims claim that Jerusalem is their THIRD holy place...
These are just phony excuses for the rioting, trouble-making and land-grabbing. It is interesting that prior to the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, there was no serious movement for a palestinian homeland... You might say, that was before the Israelis seized West Bank and Old Jerusalem. That's true. In the Six-Day War, Israel re-conquered Judea, Samaria and East Jerusalem. But they didn't capture these territories from any palestinian state! They re-conquered them from Jordan. Why all these palestinians suddenly discovered their national identity after Israel won the war? The truth is that Palestine is no more real than Eldorado or Lilliput.
The first time the name was used was in 70 CE when the Romans committed genocide against the Jews, smashed the Temple and declared the land of Israel would be no more. From then on, the Romans promised, it would be known as Palestine. The name was derived from the Philistines, an ancient people conquered by the Jews centuries earlier and by that time no longer existing since some centuries. It was a way for the Romans to add insult to injury. They also tried to change the name of Jerusalem to Aelia Capitolina, but that had even less staying power.
Palestine has never existed - before or since - as an autonomous entity. There is no language known as palestinian. There is no distinct palestinian culture. There has never been a land known as Palestine governed by palestinians. Palestinians are Arabs, indistinguishable from Jordanians (another recent invention), Syrians, Lebanese, Iraqis, etc.
The Arabs control 99.9 percent of the Middle East lands. Israel represents one-tenth of 1 percent of the landmass. But that is too much for the Arabs. They want it all. And that is ultimately what the fighting in Israel is about today. Greed. Pride. Envy. Covetousness. No matter how many land concessions the Israelis make, it will never be enough.
What about Islam's holy sites? There are none in Jerusalem! I don't expect you will ever hear this plain truth from anybody in the international media. It's just not politically correct. I know what you're going to say: "the Al Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem represent Islam's third most holy sites." Not true. In fact, the Qoran says nothing about Jerusalem. It mentions Mecca hundreds of times. It mentions Medina countless times. It never mentions Jerusalem. With good reason. There is no historical evidence to suggest Mohammed ever visited Jerusalem. So how did Jerusalem become the third holiest site of Islam? Muslims today cite a vague passage in the Qoran, the seventeenth sura, entitled "The Night Journey." It relates that in a dream or a vision Mohammed was carried by night "from the sacred temple to the temple that is most remote, whose precinct we have blessed, that we might show him our signs....." some muslims identified the two temples mentioned in this verse as being in Mecca and Jerusalem. And that's as close as Islam's connection with Jerusalem gets - myth, fantasy, wishful thinking. Jerusalem was identified by imams as the mythic "Al Quds" after the Zionist movement encouraged Jews to settle in Eretz Yisrael... but we know how much accurate are Arabs with regards to history and geography... just have a look to the "1001 Nights" or the Qoran itself... Al Quds is no more real than Camelot! I suggest you to read the Qoran and try to find if Jerusalem is mentioned any time... you will find many history mistakes, instead - for instance, Maryam, sister of Harun (Aharon) is the same person that Maryam the mother of Jesus, no matter that there is a gap of over 1200 years between one and the other!... also Haman, who was a Persian visir, is said to be Pharaoh's minister! This is the reliability of muslim sources to claim for their legitimate rights!
Meanwhile, Jews have proved that their roots have close relationship with Mount Zion since the days of Avraham. King David founded Jerusalem and made of her the capital of the Kingdom of Israel - when Arabs were still not a definite nation...
Can you imagine what it is like for Jews to be threatened, stoned and physically kept out of the holiest site in Judaism? So what is the solution to the Middle East? If there is one, it needs to begin with truth. Pretending will only lead to more chaos. Treating a 5,000-year-old birthright backed by overwhelming historical and archaeological evidence equally with illegitimate claims, wishes and wants gives diplomacy and peacekeeping a bad name.

Nationhood and Jerusalem
Israel became a nation in more than two thousand years before the rise of Islam. Arab refugees in Israel began identifying themselves as part of a palestinian people in 1967, two decades after the establishment of the modern State of Israel. Since the Israeli conquest in Yehoshua's times, Jews have had dominion over the land for one thousand years with a continuous presence in the land for the past 3,300 years. The only Arab dominion since the conquest in 635 CE lasted no more than 22 years. For over 3,300 years, Jerusalem has been the Jewish capital. Jerusalem has never been the capital of any Arab or muslim entity. Even when the Jordanians occupied Jerusalem, they never sought to make her their capital, and Arab leaders did not come to visit Jerusalem.
Jerusalem is mentioned over 700 times in the Bible (Tanach), the Jewish Holy Scriptures. Jerusalem is not mentioned once in the Qoran. King David founded the city of Jerusalem. Mohammed never came to Jerusalem. Jews pray facing Jerusalem. Muslims pray with their backs toward Jerusalem...
Arab and Jewish Refugees: In 1948 the Arab "refugees" were encouraged to leave Israel by Arab leaders promising to purge the land of Jews. Almost 70 percent left without ever seeing an Israeli soldier. The Jewish refugees were forced to flee from Arab lands due to Arab brutality, persecution and pogroms. If there are Mizrachi and Sephardi Jews settled today in Israel, it is because Arabs have expelled them from the lands where those Jews were living for many centuries! Arabs sent Jews to Israel, now they want to expel them also from there! The number of Arab refugees who left Israel in 1948 is estimated to be around 630,000. The number of Jewish refugees that were forced out from Arab lands is estimated to be some more than that... Arab "refugees" were intentionally not absorbed or integrated into the Arab lands to which they fled, despite the vast Arab territory (Israel's extension is less than 1% of the territory of all Arab lands). Out of the 100,000,000 refugees since World War II, theirs is the only refugee group in the world that has never been absorbed or integrated into their own peoples' lands. Jewish refugees were completely absorbed into Israel, a country no larger than the island of Sicily.
The Arab - Israeli Conflict: The Arab nations initiated all five wars against Israel and were defeated. Israel defended herself each time and won. The P.L.O.'s Charter still calls for the destruction of the State of Israel. Israel has given the palestinians most of the West Bank land, autonomy under the Palestinian Authority, and has supplied them with weapons which is used against the Israeli people. Under Jordanian rule, Jewish holy sites were desecrated and the Jews were denied access to places of worship. Under Israeli rule, all muslim and christian sites have been preserved and made accessible to people of all faiths.
The U.N. Record on Israel and the Arabs: Of the 175 Security Council resolutions passed before 1990, 97 were directed against Israel. Of the 690 General Assembly resolutions voted on, before 1990, 429 were directed against Israel. The U.N. was silent while 58 Jerusalem Synagogues were destroyed by the Jordanians. The U.N. was silent while the Jordanians systematically desecrated the ancient Jewish cemetery on the Mount of Olives. The U.N. was silent while the Jordanians enforced an apartheid-like policy of preventing Jews from visiting the Temple Mount and the Western Wall. These are incredible times...

Quartet's Road Map for War in Israel - not peace

Quartet's Road Map for War in Israel 

My Dear Canadian Friends,

Here is a response from Hon. Pierre S. Pettigrew member of the Canadian Liberal Cabinet datedOctober 16, 2004 from my correspondence to him pertaining Israel's right to exist and defend itself.  In his replied he stated:

“We continue to believe that ultimately only a negotiated settlement
between the parties will lead to a just and lasting peace in the Middle
East and to prosperity and democracy for all the peoples in the region.
We do not support any unilateral action that might prejudice the outcome
of a negotiated solution.  Canada continues to fully support the
Quartet's Road Map for peace, and we expect both parties to comply with
their obligations as outlined in the Road Map.  
We welcome the
Government of Israel's announced withdrawal from Gaza and parts of the
West Bank, and hope that this positive step will lead to a resumption of
the Road Map implementation.”

that these concessions on the part of the Government of Israel under tremendous pressure from the world communities had only ushered into increase hostility from Hamas and Hezbollah. JustWe know by now recently, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton acknowledged the limits of US power and pointed out that Israel has reasons to be cautious.  She stated, "You often make decisions based on your own experience and history”, she said. "And when the Israelis pulled out of Lebanon they got Hezbollah and 40,000 rockets and when they pulled out of Gaza they got Hamas and 20,000 rockets.”  (Associated Press January 13, 2011)

Canadians it is imperative that Canada disassociates itself with the Quartet's Road Map for peace.  Disassociates itself with its Representatives which consist of United Nations — Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, European Union — High Representative Catherine Ashton, Russian Federation — Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, United States of America — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and Special Envoy — Tony Blair which have all a very precarious agenda. 

The United Nations involvement in the Middle East to bring about peace in the Israel-Arab conflict as shown to be bias and untrustworthy to be the right mediator for the task of bringing peace in the Middle East. 

History is about to repeat itself – President Obama made a proposition with the Arab nations. The consequence, Israel will be condemned to pay the price again.

United States to achieve it goal for a secure supply of oil from Arab nations had to compromise in two important geo-political policies in the Middle East.  One is it involvement in Iraq and the other is it support toward Israel.  Is the Western Nations (which include Canada) through the intermediary of President Obama ready to make a deal with the devil?  President Obama should realize that it is not the devil that he should be worry about but Jesus, our Lord.  (Psalm 2:6,Matthew 5:35)  Jerusalem belongs to Jesus.  Israel’s land belongs to Jesus.  He decides to give it to this group of people that represent Him on earth.

Five months have passed and frustration mounted toward Israel on the part of the Quartet's representative, especially Europe and United States.  East Jerusalem settlement is a big issue; Israel is determined not to give any concession.

Canada has nothing to gain by associating itself with the group representing the Quartet's Road Map for peace.  We have oil.  European Union and United States are dependant on the Arab nations for their oil.  Russia is rich in oil reserve and has a different agenda.  Yet God chose Russia (Gog) to prove to the world nations that He loves Israel.

“I will turn you around, put hooks in your jaws and bring you out with your whole army—your horses, your horsemen fully armed, and a great horde with large and small shields, all of them brandishing their swords

You will advance against my people Israel like a cloud that covers the land. In days to come, Gog, I will bring you against my land, so that the nations may know me when I am proved holy through you before their eyes”.  Ezek 38: 4,16

Please notice that God named the land “His land” and Israel “His people”

Their land has been occupied for 2,553 years, from 586 B.C., when king Nebuchadnezzar took Jerusalem until 1967, the miraculous victory of the Jewish army capturing Jerusalem during the Six-Day-War, Luke 21:24 (the times of the Gentiles). This was the prophetic sign that is to precede Christ’s return to set up His Kingdom for a thousand years upon the earth among His people.

It is a grave error on the part of over 130 countries to officially recognized Palestine as a state based on the 1967 borders.  The boundaries that existed before Israel captured East al-Quds (Jerusalem), the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip.  The trend across Latin America is on the brink to recognize a Palestinian state based on borders before the 1967 Middle East War.  In recent weeks, several countries in the region have declared their recognition of a Palestinian state.  Led by the rising global player Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay, Ecuador and Venezuela have all done so, reports the Israeli daily Haaretz.

My Dear Canadian Friends,

What can I use to convince you, our Canadian Government and specially the opposition parties to break ties with the member of the Quartet's Road Map for peace and its Representatives?  All past negotiations and peace processes have been proven futile and treacherous.  All land concession only brought Israel’s enemies closer to it population centre.  One can only conclude that the world wants Israel annihilation. 

History has proven that giving land for peace does not give peace.  Have we not learned from history?  Prime Minister Chamberlain of the United Kingdom was best known for appeasement foreign policy, particularly regarding his signing of the Munich Agreement in 1938, conceding the Sudetenland region of Czechoslovakia to Germany, and for his "containment" policy of Germany in 1939 that culminated in declaring war on Germany on 3 September 1939.  The Sudetenland was of immense strategic importance to Czechoslovakia, as most of its border defences were situated there.  Czechoslovakia alone would have defeated any German invasion.  They were “Blackmail” to give land for peace.  (Ironic)

We all know the consequences.  Millions have lost their lives through a war that could have been evaded.  What have we learned for this?  It is not wise to negotiate with the devil to avoid war at all cost especially with someone that had publicly accused the Jews to be the causes of all evil.“MEIN KAMPF” an autobiographical book (My Struggle) by Hitler written while imprisoned in the Landsberg fortress after the "Beer-Hall Putsch" in 1923. In this book, Hitler propounds his ideas, beliefs, and plans for the future of Germany.
Everything, including his foreign policy, is permeated by his "racial ideology." The Germans, belonging to the "superior" Aryan race, have a right to "living space" (Lebensraum) in the East, which is inhabited by the "inferior" Slavs. Throughout, he accuses Jews of being the source of all evil, equating them with Bolshevism and, at the same time, with international capitalism. Unfortunately, those people who read the book (except for his admirers) did not take it seriously but considered it the ravings of a maniac. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mein_Kampf).
Aryan race are people known today as Iranians which use to be Persia. Is it coincidental that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has the same hateful inspiration of Adolf Hitler since Persia was Israel enemy that brought them in captivity, to Babylon?  (Job 12:23Dan 2:21)

The Palestinians had submitted a UN draft condemning Israeli settlements.  It is an incessant ruse to weaken Israel credibility in the world political arena.  They have only one agenda, and that is to weaken Israel defense for the total annihilation of Israel.

Every year on June 6, we commemorated D Day, a day where Canada, Great Britain and the USA combined their effort to battle an enemy that could have been stopped in 1938.

In the previous year, 1937 British Peel Commission asserts that Jewish National Home cannot be built in Palestine.  It recommends repartition of Palestine into tiny Jewish state (5% of total area) and Arab state in remainder.  Peel Plan is rejected by both Arabs and Jews.  Britain halts Jewish immigration to Palestine, condemning millions of European Jews to the Holocaust. 

In 1939, Hitler overruns Czechoslovakia.  Chamberlain White Paper announces end to Jewish National Home and promises control of immigration into Palestine to the Arabs within five years.  British blockade Palestine against “illegal” Jewish immigration.  In 1939, Hitler invades Poland.  World War II begins and you all know the rest.  This, was a very brief history that accumulated millions of lost lives which could have been avoided.  However, the signs of our time bear an immense resemblance to the signs of time of pre-world war II.

Number one human greatest flaw is poor memory.  (Breif History of Palestine). Adding to this flaw is indifference.  Indifference and lack of comprehension of today’s world condition are the main causes “for some” Canadians to walk “hand in hand” with the Quartet's Road Map for peace and its Representatives that side with Palestinians.  Even Christians who had adopt “The Replacement Theology” which teaches that the church replaces Israel now as a spiritual entity are convince, that giving land for peace will appease the conflict in the region and consequently world peace…ironic.  Ironic because the Bible foretell that Jesus will defend Israel personally and will establish His Government with His saints among His people Israel in Jerusalem as it capital. Judgement will be against those who dare to come against Israel.

History is repeating itself
Here's an excerpt of an article title: "The Munich Three Find Their Target:: Israel" Posted by Kenneth Levin on Apr 27th, 2011 and filed under Daily MailerFrontPage.

In 1938, the leaders of Britain, France and Germany met in Munich to decide the fate of Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovakia was not invited. The three conferees agreed to strip the targeted nation of the Sudetenland, whose population consisted largely of ethnic Germans, and transfer that territory to German control. This deprived the victim state not simply of land but of those areas – mountainous, fortifiable - necessary for Czechoslovakia to be able to defend itself.
Today, the same three nations are doing the same vis-a-vis Israel. They are discarding UN Security Council Resolution 242, passed unanimously in the wake of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war and since then the cornerstone for all Middle East negotiations. They are ignoring the language of the resolution and the explicit declarations of its authors that Israel should not be forced to return to the pre-1967 armistice lines; that those lines left defense of the country too precarious and should be replaced by “secure and recognized boundaries” to be negotiated by Israel and its neighbors.

Lets us look at the world geo-political condition of our time:

North Korea is launching missiles,
Iran is building nukes,
Saudi Arabia is sponsoring hate that translates into worldwide terrorism,
Sudan is still massacring and raping,
Taliban invading of Pakistan, which by the way have nuclear missile
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called the Holocaust a "big deception" in his latest denunciations of Israel and its allies.
The United States on the brink of bankruptcy with Government debt surged to an all-time high, topping $14 trillion, and when that happen America will be pulling its military force from around the world

Pre-Second World War signs of time are lollypops compare with the signs of war that is heating up in the Middle East in centre stage Israel, accused for the instability in the region.  (Ironic)

Is it not a curious behaviour from the part of President Obama Administration?  He is negotiating with those who are publicly broadcasting their intension to the destruction of Israel at any given time. 

Williams Armstrong in an article title “Abandonment of Israel” – washingtontimes.com
Settlement activity is a marginal issue.  Hamas, a notorious terrorist organization, controls Gaza.  Iran daily inches closer to a nuclear capability and hikes its support for Hamas and Hezbollah. The Palestinian Authority is complicit with, and complacent about, the terrorist infrastructure in the West Bank, corruption, and vigilante justice.  With these intransigent and belligerent negotiating parties, no peace agreement is at hand.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas told The Washington Post that he was content to sit on his hands waiting for the United States to deliver Israel to the altar of endless concessions, adding that he will resist even asking Arab states to take baby steps toward normalizing relations with Israel, as Mr. Obama would applaud”.
My Dear Canadian Friends,

It is imperative that Canada disassociates itself with the Quartet's Road Map for peace and its Representatives.  The Quartet’s Road Map calls for Israel annihilation.

Israel is God chosen people (Deut 7:6).  The land belong to God (Jer 27:5), for it is their perpetual possession (Lev 25:34) therefore He decides to whom it is to be awarded. 

There is a genuine reason for Canada financial strength in this global economic crisis. Canada’s policies toward Israel within his representation at the United Nations have been favourable in God eyes.  What is the secret of Canada financial blessing?  God does keep His promise made to Abraham.  “God bless those who bless Israel” Gen 12:3.  All nations will give account of their action toward the nation Israel and the Jews (Matt 25: 31-46).

Israel is under great pressure to facilitate in the establishment of a Palestinian state at a great cost.  Bill Wilson, Daily Jot News Service Senior Analyst - www.dailyjot.com announce on May 6 2010 that “The new Middle East policy announced by the White House at the annual American-Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) meeting is nothing short of “Blackmail Foreign Policy.”  (Does this sound familiar?  “Czechoslovakia, 1938”)

The current Israeli government was elected partly on the promise that there would be no two state agreements, and the majority of Jewish people are against it.
It is outmost important that Canadian respect the democratic choice of the Israeli population. Remember Israel is one of a very few democratic nation in the Middle East. Lebanon a democratic nation is about to loose that freedom.  Hezbollah and allies topple Lebanese unity government.  Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah and Saad Hariri face a political power struggle.  A great deal will depend on how far Syria and Iran, which support Hezbollah and its allies.

The world faces an old reality. ISLAM has vowed to destroy Israel and to conquer the whole world. Here are some of the words of Hamas Leader Khaled Masha’al which he delivered in a Damascus mosque, spelling out what myriads of others daily are saying in their mosques and through their media channels:
"The following are excerpts from an address by Hamas leader Khaled Mash'al at the Al-Murabit Mosque in Damascus. The address was delivered following the Friday sermon at the mosque, and was aired on Al-Jazeera TV on February 3, 2006". To view this clip, visit:http://www.memritv.org/clip_transcript/en/1024.htm 

"We say to this West, which does not act reasonably, and does not learn its lessons: By Allah, you will be defeated. You will be defeated in Palestine, and your defeat there has already begun. True, it is Israel that is being defeated there, but when Israel is defeated, its path is defeated, those who call to support it are defeated, and the cowards who hide behind it and support it are defeated. Israel will be defeated, and so will whoever supported or supports it"
An article entitled “Canada - Israel's best, least known, friend” in the Jpost.com complemented Canada support. Jpost.com response to Steven Harper testimony as such:
“As I said on the 60th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel, Israel appeared as a light in a world emerging from deep darkness. Against all odds, that light has not been extinguished. It burns bright, upheld by the universal principles of all civilized nations – freedom, democracy and justice,” said Harper, promising to continue defending Israel and combat anti-Semitism in the international arena, despite any difficulties it might cause Canada".
"These difficulties are not hypothetical. Several weeks before making the statement, Canada lost out on a seat on the UN Security Council, largely due to the bloc voting of the 57-country Organization of the Islamic Conference, which voted in favor of Portugal because of Harper’s record of supporting Israel. Harper even suffered harsh criticism from his opposition for coming to Israel’s defense during the Second Lebanon War”.
Israel is aware of the sacrifices and has been forthcoming in expressing its appreciation.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has described Canada as one of Israel’s closest allies and expressed pride in the ever-strengthening relationship.
“Canada has clearly shown that it is a real friend to Israel and the Jewish people. It has stood up for Israel even when it wasn’t necessarily to its benefit, and that is greatly appreciated,” said foreign press spokesman Mark Regev. “The prime minister considers Mr. Harper a personal friend, and everyone has noticed his international leadership in standing up for Israel and for what is right”.http://www.jpost.com/Magazine/Features/Article.aspx?id=202533

My Dear Canadian Friends,

The Quartet has set a date to revive the peace process on February 5. It will brainstorm in Munich on how to restart the stymied Middle East diplomatic process. 

“The way of peace they do not know; there is no justice in their paths. They have turned them into crooked roads; no one who walks along them will know peace”Isaiah 59:8

No one in the Quartet is seeking council with God.  As it is written:

“There is no one righteous, not even one; there is no one who understands; there is no one who seeks God. All have turned away, they have together become worthless; there is no one who does good, not even one. Their throats are open graves; their tongues practice deceit. The poison of vipers is on their lips. Their mouths are full of cursing and bitterness. Their feet are swift to shed blood; ruin and misery mark their ways, and the way of peace they do not know. There is no fear of God before their eyes”. Romans 3:10-18

All signs of end time prophecies are here.  God is please with the bond that Canada through our Government has made with His people Israel.  Israel is in good hand with Our Lord Jesus.  Israel is about to fulfill its part of the last seven years of God’s prophetic representation.

Canadians have nothing to lose. Canadians has all to gain.

“I will make you a great nation (Israel); I will bless you and make your name great; and you shall be a blessing.  I will bless those who bless you (Canada), and I will curse him who curses you (The Quartet); and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” Genesis 12:2-3

The estimated warning time for a rocket attack on the greater Tel Aviv area has declined from two minutes to just 90 seconds due to the increased capabilities of Hamas and Hezbollah. http://www.haaretz.com

My Dear Canadian Friends, 
Israel is at war. Israel is being set-up. Israel needs an allied as a friend. Let it be Canadians

News Update

Palestinians Who Prefer Israel

Palestinians Who Prefer Israel

Palestinians have a hidden history of appreciating Israel that contrasts with their better-known narrative of vilification and irredentism.
The former has been particularly evident of late, especially since Israel's prime minister, Ehud Olmert, floated a trial balloon in October about transferring some Arab-dominated areas of eastern Jerusalem to the Palestinian Authority. As he rhetorically asked about Israeli actions in 1967, "Was it necessary to annex the Shuafat refugee camp, al-Sawahra, Walajeh, and other villages, and then to state that these are part of Jerusalem? One can ask, I admit, some legitimate questions about this."
In one swoop, this statement transformed pro-Israel statements by Palestinians (for a sampling, see my 2005 article, "The Hell of Israel Is Better than the Paradise of Arafat") from the mostly theoretical into the active and political.
Indeed, Olmert's musings prompted some belligerent responses. As the title of a Globe and Mailnews item puts it, "Some Palestinians prefer life in Israel: In East Jerusalem, residents say they would fight a handover to Abbas regime." The article offers the example of Nabil Gheit, who, with two stints in Israeli prisons and posters of "the martyr Saddam Hussein" over the cash register in his store, would be expected to cheer the prospect of parts of eastern Jerusalem coming under PA control.
Not so. As mukhtar of Ras Khamis, near Shuafat, Gheit dreads the PA and says he and others would fight a handover. "If there was a referendum here, no one would vote to join the Palestinian Authority. … There would be another intifada to defend ourselves from the PA."
Two polls released last week, from Keevoon Research, Strategy & Communications and the Arabic-language newspaper As-Sennara, survey representative samples of adult Israeli Arabs on the issue of joining the PA, and they corroborate what Gheit says. Asked, "Would you prefer to be a citizen of Israel or of a new Palestinian state?" 62 percent want to remain Israeli citizens and 14 percent want to join a future Palestinian state. Asked, "Do you support transferring the Triangle [an Arab-dominated area in northern Israel] to the Palestinian Authority?" 78 percent oppose the idea and 18 percent support it.
Ignoring the don't-knows/refused, the ratios of respondents are nearly identical preferring to stay within Israel – 82 percent and 81 percent, respectively. Gheit exaggerates that "no one" wants to live in the PA, but not by much. Thousands of Palestinian residents in Jerusalem who, fearful of the PA, have applied for Israeli citizenship since Olmert's statement further corroborate his point.
Why such affection for the state that Palestinians famously revile the media, in scholarship, classrooms, mosques, and international bodies, that they terrorize on a daily basis? Best to let them explain their motivations in direct quotations.
  • Financial considerations: "I don't want to have any part in the PA. I want the health insurance, the schools, all the things we get by living here," says Ranya Mohammed. "I'll go and live in Israel before I'll stay here and live under the PA, even if it means taking an Israeli passport. I have seen their suffering in the PA. We have a lot of privileges I'm not ready to give up."
  • Law and order: Gazans, note Israeli-Arab journalists Faiz Abbas and Muhammad Awwad, now "miss the Israelis, since Israel is more merciful than [the Palestinian gunmen] who do not even know why they are fighting and killing one another. It's like organized crime."
  • Raising children: "I want to live in peace and to raise my children in an orderly school," says Jamil Sanduqa. "I don't want to raise my child on throwing stones, or on Hamas."
  • A more predictable future: "I want to keep living here with my wife and child without having to worry about our future. That's why I want Israeli citizenship. I don't know what the future holds," says Samar Qassam, 33.
Others raise concerns about corruptionhuman rights, and even self-esteem ("When the Jews talk about swapping me, it's as though they are denying my right to be a person").
These earnest views do not repudiate the vicious anti-Zionism that reigns in the Middle East, but they reveal that four-fifths of those Palestinians who know Israel at first-hand understand the attractions of a decent life in a decent country, a fact with important and positive implications.

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