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Sunday, April 03, 2011

Ismail Haniyeh's nephew serves in the IDF

The Arabs know well how to hate the Jewish state, but when push comes to shove they would all rather live here than live under 'Palestinian' - or for that matter any other Arab - rule. A nephew of Hamas 'Prime Minister' Ismail Haniyeh (the nominal ruler of Gaza) serves in the IDF because his mother and her two sisters - Haniyeh's three sisters - are all Israeli citizens. And that's just the start.
In fact, recent events in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, Oman, Libya, Syria (and you ain't seen nothing yet…) have enhanced the craving in the Arab Street for the liberties and benefits of Israel's democracy.

For example, Israeli ID cards have been sought by senior PLO and Hamas officials and their relatives, such as the three sisters of Ismail Haniyeh, the top leader of Hamas. They married Israeli Arabs and migrated from Gaza to Tel Sheva in Israel's Negev. Two are already widows, but prefer to remain in the Jewish State, and the son of the third sister serves in the Israeli Defense Forces.

Akrameh Sabri, the top Muslim religious leader in eastern Jerusalem, who delivers anti-Semitic and pro-terrorist sermons, retains his Israeli ID card as do Hanan Ashrawi of the PLO, Muhammad Abu-Tir of Hamas, Jibril Rajoub's wife, etc.

Some 150,000 non-Israeli Arabs, mostly from Judea and Samaria, married Israeli Arabs and received Israeli ID cards between 1993 and 2003. In addition, scores of thousands of illegal Arab aliens prefer Israeli – over Palestinian – residence.

A significant wave of net-emigration - 30,000 Arabs from Judea, Samaria and Gaza annually - since 1950 was substantially reduced in 1968, as a result of access gained to Israel's infrastructures of employment, medicine and education, and of Israeli construction of such infrastructures in these regions. The level of annual Arab emigration subsided during the peak years of Aliyah (Jewish immigration to Israel), since Arabs were heavily employed in constructing the absorption infrastructure.

Israeli Arabs vehemently oppose any settlement – such as an exchange of land between Israel and the Palestinian Authority - which would transform them into Palestinian subjects, denying them Israeli citizenship.
So who wants a 'Palestinian state' anyway? Hmmm.

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At 1:50 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Carl - if Israel annexed Yesha, I have a feeling most of the Arabs would take Israeli ID cards and citizenship in a heartbeat.

If a Palestinian state is going to be run by the the likes of Abu Bluff and Haniyeh, as much they hate the Jews, the Arabs would rather be ruled by them than by their fellow Arab brethren.



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