Saturday, January 28, 2006

You want Israel to negotiate with these guys?

I'm floored by chants of the naive crowd out there saying "Its Democracy!", "Recognize the results!", "The Palestinians made a choice".

Yes, the Palestinians did make a declaration. A declaration of war. Let me get one thing straight, if you think that Hamas is the type that recognizes "International Laws" and "Multilateralism" or is even listens to the "International community", well friends...your in for a very rude awakening.

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Following their resounding election victory, the Islamic militants of Hamas met the question of whether they will change their stripes with a loud "no": no recognition of Israel no negotiations, no renunciation of terror.




Hamas political leader, Khaled Meshaal. Take note of the map behind him. Not exactly a big emphasis on a "two state solution".

And here is the election victory parade by Hamas following the Friday Prayers:



The Future will judge "Palestine" as the only nation where we began writing its eulogy before its birth.

3 Comments:

At Monday, 30 January, 2006, Blogger yochanan said...

How many times have the Pali. refused a state? They could have had one in 48, after 67 war and Prime Minister Barak offered them one.

The goal is not the creation of a state but the destruction of an existing state.

 
At Tuesday, 07 February, 2006, Blogger SteveR said...

Hello A.K.,

Logic dictates that it's time for a Second Palestine Mandate - that is, some established country (let's say Jordan,) one with rule of law, independent courts, and a military subordinated to civil authority, should be granted a UN Mandate over Gaza and those parts of West Bank outside of the few areas of large Jewish settlement.

The Mandatory Authority would be charged with maintaining law and order, establishing institutions of civil society, building an economy... you know, all the things that the Palestinians have been unable or unwilling to do for themselves over the last hundred years, not to mentiion the last twelve.

The goal of the Mandate would be to prepare Palestinian society for self-government and an eventual plebescite on either independence or federation with Jordan (or maybe Gaza should federate with Egypt will "West Bank" federates with Jordan - whatever they would decide.

It's obvious that given the current situation, left to their own devices, the Palestinians have no business creating an independent state at this time, nor should the international community allow it.

But as I said, "logic dictates," and since when has the international community been logical?

Best regards,
SteveR

 
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