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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

The Poritz syndrome

'Activists' from Israel's left-wing (but allegedly Zionistic) Meretz party have sent a letter to Hamas politburo chief Khaled Meshaal praising Meshaal as a 'bold leader.' The letter is being conveyed to Meshaal by former US President Dhimmi Carter.
Meretz Party activists praised Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal Wednesday, calling the international spokesman for the terror gang a "bold" leader, pleading with Hamas to release IDF hostage Gilad Shalit and calling on Israel to open negotiations with the Islamist organization immediately.

According to a report on the Hebrew-language Ynet website, members of the Meretz Youth Organization forwarded a letter to Mashaal via former US President Jimmy Carter. Carter is expected to meet Mashaal in Damascus on Friday, a move that has angered US and Israeli officials and led most senior Israeli figures to boycott Carter's week-long visit to the region.

The letter praises Mashaal's "milestone" assertion that Hamas' political goal is limited to the establishment of an Arab state in Judea, Samaria and Gaza, despite the organization's charter that quotes extensively from the infamous anti-Semitic text The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and calls repeatedly for the eviction and murder of all Jewish residents of "Palestine."

"(Mashaal's latest declaration) ought to be taken seriously by Israel and the international community," the left-wing activists wrote. "We hope that you will take another bold step to lead Hamas to recognize Israel. Such a decision could pave the way for a better future for both the Israelis and the Palestinians."

The letter then draws a parallel between Arab murderers and Israeli civilians living in Judea and Samaria, hinting that both groups are responsible for an ongoing state of war between Israel and local Arabs. "The Israeli occupation and the Palestinian terror have failed. The only solution is mutual recognition of the fact that both nations are here to stay and must therefore develop a normal relationship," they wrote.


The Meretz group also called for the release of Gilad Shalit, the IDF soldier who was kidnapped by Hamas terrorists during the summer of 5766 (2006), but failed to condemn the organization who has held Shalit hostage for nearly two years. Instead, the letter pleads with Mashaal to release the soldier in order to "show Israel and the rest of the world that Hamas can transform itself from a bitter enemy into a partner for dialogue, and it can also advance talks on a prolonged ceasefire that would free the Palestinians in Gaza and Israelis residing in the western Negev of the hell in which they live."

In addition to the letter, Meretz Youth Chairman Uri Zaki asked Carter to convey a message that he would be "willing to meet with Mashaal at any time" in order to encourage Hamas to stop shooting at Israeli civilians in the western Negev region and to please "recognize" Israel as a Jewish state.
Meretz is apparently afflicted with the Poritz syndrome.
Poritz (in Yiddish )was the ruler back in old eastern Europe who could make or break the lives of the Jews living in his shmate kingdom.

The Jews developed a behavior that was all about pleasing the Poritz.

They did not know it but they were dhimmis just like their brothers in the Arab countries.

Sadly , this behavior was not fool proof and when the need for money or property or blood came up - the Jews got their pogrom.

The CZAR USED TO SEND THE KASAKS to burn houses and rape Jewish women so that their terrible poverty and anger over it will not make them do this to him.

Some Jews seem to suffer from the Poritz syndrome even though they really should not.
But in Meretz's case, the Poritz syndrome is self-inflicted.


At 1:36 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Israel's Left has been afflicted by the Poritz Syndrome ever since the eve of the Oslo days. It has internalized the concept the Arab Israeli conflict is Israel's fault and the only way to forestall Arab terror is to appease Arab savages.
This has guided Israeli government policy for the past decade and a half. There's no indication the Israeli establishment - apart from Meretz - has come to grips with the fact the Poritz Syndrome affliction has done the country more harm than good.


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