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Sunday, July 10, 2011

After September, 'Palestinians' to push for '47 lines and beyond

Anyone who thinks that the 'Palestinians' are going to use a UN resolution recognizing their reichlet to make peace with Israel is either a fool or a knave. In fact, the 'Palestinians' are already laying the groundwork to try to build upon such a UN resolution to push Israel back to the 1947 partition lines (pictured above - they are even worse than the 1949 armistice lines as you may have gathered from the Abba Eban interview I posted earlier) or even beyond.
What the Palestinians really envisage after September is to exploit a UN endorsement of statehood to legitimize an escalation of the conflict. After having the 1967 lines recognized so as to negate the results of the Six-Day War, they plan to seek recognition of the 1947 partition lines.

There are signs that the long period of quiet since the Second Intifada is going to end after September or just before it, and that Abbas' Fatah organization is already preparing for the "Third Intifada." Ahmad Abu Ruteima, a Hamas activist in Gaza, describes the objective of the Third Intifada: "The struggle is about the very existence of Israel and not about the 1967 borders. The defense minister, Ehud Barak, confirmed that the [Israeli] army is incapable of confronting a human influx from all directions."

The post-September scenarios discussed in the upper Fatah echelons involve a return to the struggle. A senior member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council, Hatem Abd al-Qader, noted that in case Israel obstructs the Palestinians' political plans, Abbas will step down, the PA will dissolve itself, and nothing will prevent the Palestinians from returning to the struggle. And even if elections are held, the new president will come from the younger generation, abolish the Oslo agreements, and lead the Palestinians back to the struggle.

Why does the PLO so adamantly refuse any discussion of swaps between the Palestinian-populated areas in the Israeli Triangle region and the settlement blocs. The PLO, apparently, wants to leave the Palestinian-populated areas in Israel as an anchor for pushing Israel back to the 1947 borders or even further, as the territorial basis for exercising the right of return into Israel.

In his New York Times article, Abbas was straightforward: "Palestine's admission to the United Nations would pave the way for the internationalization of the conflict as a legal matter, not only a political one. It would also pave the way for us to pursue claims against Israel at the United Nations, human rights treaty bodies and the International Court of Justice."
Read the whole thing. What could go wrong?

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At 6:28 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

This is why a simple, clear, and unambiguous statement must come from Netanyahu. If the 'palestinians' achieve a vote at UNGA, all agreements with them are permanently null and void, with Israel no longer obligated to honor their previously agreed to commitments. Security cooperation, economic cooperation, everything is off the table. Water lines will be cut to gaza, as will be power.

There have to be real consequences for stupidity, and its time that 'palestinians' pay the long overdue accumulated debt of stupidity they have incurred.

Israel should also go to every single EU government and lay down a non-negotiable line. If they support a 'palestinian' state then any government or minister that has taken action to support the terrorist entity up to that point will have criminal and civil charges brought against them in multiple jurisdictions. There has to be a harsh price for complicity with stupidity, and the Euroweenies need to start paying for their insidious idiocy.

At 12:42 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Whether Israel has a game plan for September other than unilateral surrender remains to be seen.

What could go wrong indeed


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