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October 25, 2014

Election Talk in Israel; Real Desire or Simply Idle Gossip?

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There are polls, editorials, talk show topics and all of the regular chatter and undertones that the current government is losing the support of the people or that the Prime Minister may call for elections while he feels certain his party will take the plurality, as a majority in Israeli politics of a political party of one for each citizen, or at least almost every whim having its own party even if simply to fill the ego of some of the most self-important people. This time the talk has some echoing reverberations which may find sufficient resonance to become amplified and actually have more than its rumored strength to the point of forcing real change, and in Israel change always means a new government, as does expectations of cemented static voter preference of the current Knesset representation. That is what makes following Israeli politics more like a carnival target shoot where each barrel has different warping causing their own spins and diverging paths which may not remain identical for more than two consecutive shots. You pay your monies and you take your chances. The only certain truths of the current situation is that a majority in one poll claims they desire new leadership in the Prime Minister’s office while another poll the same week has its largest plurality finding no one more preferred or qualified to be Prime Minister than the present Prime Minister, Benyamin Netanyahu. So, what is the world to believe if the majority desires a different leader but a plurality of the population claims to desire the same party which would be sufficient for the reappointment of Netanyahu? All of these debates and polls and gossip leads to one critical question; is there anything that Prime Minister Netanyahu could possibly change in order to return faith in Israeli governance or are Israelis doomed to continue stumbling along reelecting the same parties and getting the same limited choices of leaders who change little and continue walking the same worn out paths leading one nowhere.

The truth is actually easy to ascertain as there are demands the majority of the Israeli people now support and if these stands taken by the people would only be reflected in the governance then there would be only a faint echo calling for new elections which would come solely from the somewhat-so-loyal opposition as expected even in the best of times. The problem for any leader tasked with being Prime Minister is that he has to attempt to stride a line so narrow full of twists, and turns forcing any leader to jump through hoops and perform stunning acrobatics in order to mollify all of the demands and interests which demand his acts satisfy their specific demands. The biggest problem is that apparently that many of those influencing or holding sway over the path that Prime Minister Netanyahu has chosen to tread are not Israelis but rather are the many external demands and pressures from such as European Union and individual European governments as well as the United States out of Washington and from New York the United Nations, the Arab and Muslim worlds and the threats and dangers they pose and other pressures from international sources. The average Israeli may believe they understand these forces and the powers behind them and how they might weigh on a Prime Minister’s mind, but until you have led at such a high level, these influences are probably as foreign to you as they are to most of us. There have been some who I have heard who believe that Prime Minister Netanyahu has given far too much weight to satisfying those external influences at the cost of shorting on many of the internal Israeli expectations. So, what might be the steps that Prime Minister Netanyahu might take by which he could once again receive the support he once enjoyed.

Perhaps looking back to the point where Prime Minister Netanyahu had his support take a dive in the polling might provide some insight. After the abduction and murder of three Israeli teens by Hamas terrorists and during the three weeks of searching for them and their abductors and before their deaths had become a certainty, Prime Minister Netanyahu held a steady level in approval in polling, though as nearly the entirety of the Israeli public was holding their breath and praying and hoping, even as such required greater leaps of faith as time passed, made polling somewhat unreliable as it had a definitive reflection to the level of that hope. The following continuing and increasing rocket barrages by Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other terror entities out of Gaza led to apprehensions and a general holding of the Israeli collective breath waiting for the other shoe to fall. After that shoe fell and Israel mobilized and set a date and time for a cessation of the rocket fire came and went triggering the Israeli military operations to disrupt and terminate the rocket fire began. During the periods of open warfare with intermittent ceasefires, most of which Israel agreed to ceasing operations while Hamas and fiends continued their offensives, the Israeli public support for Prime Minister remain high well into the conflict. Eventually the support began to wane but not for the reason many would like for the world to believe. The ire represented was due to timidity being shown by Israel in accepting virtually every offered ceasefire while the rockets continued to target Israeli population centers. Approaching fifty days the conflict approached a crucial point where for Israel to extend their military operations any further would have required a decision of whether the offensive was meant to end the rocket offensive or was it meant to retake Gaza and replace the Hamas government once and for all. The decision made by at the least a plurality of Israeli public, if not an obvious majority, boisterously called for retaking Gaza and split on whether to return it to Palestinian control or retain it retaking complete control over Gaza repealing the disengagement initiated by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, a decision which eventually led Benyamin Netanyahu to leave the cabinet and coalition supporting Ariel Sharon. Instead, Prime Minister Netanyahu accepted and bent over deeply to ensure that Hamas would also accept the ceasefire. This resulted in Prime Minister Netanyahu suffering a severe nosedive in his polling and it has yet to rebound completely. This is the challenge facing the Prime Minister and potentially the Israeli public as well.

Prime Minister Netanyahu appears to be leaning to favor the demands for Israelis to disengage from any confrontational activities or military actions and return to negotiations, even with the unity government which includes Hamas and Islamic Jihad, universally recognized terrorist groups, which originate with the Europeans both as individual governments as well as the European Union and the plethora of NGOs directly financed by numerous European governments, both within Israel and within Europe, as well as the administration of United States President Obama who also is insisting that Israel also be prepared to make grand sacrifices and concessions even accepting demands from the Palestinians which cross numerous previously demanded Israeli red lines. Apparently President Obama has a similar disregard for Israeli red lines as he had for his own red lines he timidly refused to enforce when Syrian dictator Bashir Assad used chemical weapons against the Syrian people and rebel forces in an in your face dare proving that the United States under current leadership has no stomach for confrontation. Perhaps some of the gossip concerning new elections in the near future is part of Prime Minister Netanyahu testing the waters to discover how much trouble he might have bought for himself with his lack of boldness during the confrontation with Hamas and his refusal to execute the coup de grâce and put a permanent end to Hamas rule or even their participation in the Unity Government. Whatever the source, Prime Minister Netanyahu should realize that even should the Israeli not see anyone they particularly feel would be prepared and able to take the position of Prime Minister, that does not mean that an election season with the campaigning that nobody could make the case that they would be more responsive to the Israeli people and less so to the Europeans and to President Obama thus propelling their party into controlling the formation of the next government. The one guarantee is that should somebody from the Zionist or right wing of Israeli politics such as Naftali Bennett, Avigdor Liberman or somebody else were to try and form a government, should Benyamin Netanyahu as leader of Likud refuse to join such a government holding out hoping that person fails in making a coalition and then he would be able to swoop in a save the day, such a move could prove very costly in the future as it might be perceived by the public as being a bit pretentious.

Is there another and potentially more productive path that the Prime Minister might consider? The simple answer is, yes. If Prime Minister Netanyahu instead of worrying about what the Europeans or the United States President thinks or desires and instead put the needs and concerns of the Israelis as the first and most important by far influence over his actions he might even do the unthinkable, actually win a majority for Likud in some upcoming election, well, maybe not an actual majority but sufficient votes to have a strong unarguable mandate. It is hear from all corners of the planet that everybody knows exactly what the final terms will be in making an agreement between the Palestinians and the Israelis. Really? Is this well-known and unavoidable agreement be anything like what everybody knew would be the end agreement back in September of 1993 when the Oslo Accords were signed and the only consideration was where exactly the demarcation would be in splitting Area B to set the borders between the Palestinian and the Israelis with the Palestinians retaining Area A and the Israelis Area C? Could this known result for an agreement be anything like what was thought when the United Nations decided that Israel should return some part of the lands gained after the Six Day War which then everyone knew that all of the West Bank would remain part of Israel, especially after the Jordanians refused any claim when making their peace with Israel? Where will this well-known agreement be in twenty years when the Palestinians are also demanding the majority Arab Galilee and the Bedouins are demanding their own state in the Negev? Perhaps it might be to the advantage of the Israeli people if the Prime Minister more clearly demanded that which Israel feels would be a fair and acceptable settlement instead of constantly listening obediently to what others demand that Israel agree to. The Prime Minister of Israel should represent that which is to the advantage of Israel and not what will mollify any foreign or international entities. And if the problem is presented that without the friendship of the Europeans and the United States as well as so many others then Israel might find herself defenseless as none of the weapon systems would be able to attain critical and necessary parts then perhaps Israel should not have permitted entire sectors of her defense capabilities to be so critically dependent on foreign suppliers. Israel may have entered into a Faustian deal with the United States because they feared the competition of Israeli weapons manufacturers, especially the competition from the Israeli aircraft industry so they offered a very enticing deal whereby Israel got two top of the line aircraft for the price of not producing one. At the time that must have been irresistible and back then who could have foreseen that someday there would come to be a President of the United States who was potentially antagonistic to Israeli desires and needs. Who would have said back a decade or so that in the middle of a conflict between Israel and terrorist forces backed by Qatar, Iran and who knows who else, that both the British and the United States would threaten or even embargo arms or parts shipments even those items which had already been agreed upon and paid for, but that is what Israel faced during Operation Protective Edge. The lesson might be that Israel needs to make every weapon system within Israel and not depend on others for our parts and resupply. Israel already has made some inroads in the defense market and there would very likely be a well-received response to any future weapons systems including but not limited to aircraft and even naval vessels not to mention the possibilities for dual use systems such as long-range capable bombers which could also be utilized by El Al for passenger transport making everybody happy all around. Surely if Japan feels capable of entering the air carrier market there might very well be room for an Israeli entry. The time is likely ripe for Israel to reconsider some basics and perhaps choose a path of self-reliance and forge forward no longer being dependent on others. The newly found resources off the Israeli coast make such even that much more of a possible direction as Israel will soon be an energy exporter for the foreseeable future granting her a very much stronger influence, especially once Israel becomes an alternative source for natural gas for the Europeans outside of Russian influence. Perhaps Israel requires another strong Israel first Prime Minister who decides to make decisions mainly with Israeli needs in mind and instead of waiting for the world to define the boundaries of Israeli actions and even her actual boundaries the next Prime Minister can do the delineating. Perhaps it is time to end the silent building freeze and address the silent intifada and then take on addressing the not so silent foreign demands. Anyone who would act with such bravado would win the hearts and minds of the majority of Israelis and possibly win a permanent preeminent place for their party as well. The ball is currently in Prime Minister Netanyahu’s court and his to strike, may he choose the direction and spin into a different direction and begin the march to present a strong Israel which sets her own agenda and goes forward with a necessary defiance, if that is what it requires.

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October 23, 2014

Israel Should Simply Apply the San Remo Conference Agreement

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Contrary to the stories which many believe about the birth of the Jewish nation of Israel, it has absolutely nothing to do with the Holocaust and was set into International Law back in the Villa Devachan in Sanremo, Italy, from 19 to 26 April 1920. The document which was resolved at this conference was the San Remo Conference which was formulated by representatives from the four principle victorious allies from World War I; Britain, France, Italy and Japan. The nations were represented by Britain by Prime Minister David Lloyd George and Lord Curzon (Lord Balfour also was present as his authored Balfour Declaration played a part in the discussions and final decisions of the conference), France by Prime Minister Alexandre Millerand, Italy by Prime Minister Francesco Nitti and by Japan by Ambassador K. Matsui. This agreement set up the Mandate system for the aftermath of the breakup of the Ottoman Empire. Additionally, the United States attended as a neutral observer as they had joined the fighting well into the years of fighting in World War I. The final agreements of the San Remo Conference were given the weight of an allocation of Class “A” League of Nations mandates for administration of the respective lands from the defunct Ottoman Empire. These agreements led to the formation of the nations of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Israel. The French were tasked with managing the northern Mandate lands and setting the borders for the states to be included within while the British were tasked with the same responsibility for the southern Mandate lands.

 

The French made a distinction when setting their Mandate lands dividing the lands between a Christian state named Lebanon and an Arab state named Syria. The British formed an Arab state named Transjordan, which later became simply Jordan, and a Jewish state named Israel. When the British divided off the lands east of the Jordan River to form Transjordan they requested the approval of the Zionist leaders who had yet to receive their own state which the British were presumed to establish. The promise guaranteed by the British for not establishing the Jewish state at that time was that all of the lands which remained west of the Jordan River would remain inviolate into perpetuity reserved solely for the establishment of the Jewish state which would become known as Israel. This guarantee is known by the European nations and the entirety of the members of the United Nations can reference these validations as the United Nations included these agreements when they revalidated all of the treaties including the Mandate System along with numerous other League of Nations agreements and treaties as part of Article 80 of the United Nations Charter. This too is public record and can be verified by any person desiring to chase down the truth. But the European Union and numerous member nations are all aware of these agreements yet they continue to fund NGOs in Israel to attempt to represent the European desire to destroy Israel while forcing the founding a Palestinian nation replacing the Jewish state and to counter the majority views of Israeli citizens. The Europeans are currently financing directly the building without filing for permits for houses and structures within areas which are not under Palestinian control and are by treaty, including the Oslo Accords, are under Israeli control in order to change the facts on the ground and be able to gain additional lands for the Palestinians to claim they have the overriding interest and investment. They are intentionally working against the Jewish state of Israel despite being members of the United Nations and are working to destroy another member state of the United Nations which is a violation of their obligation as members of the United Nations. These nations leaders and other political operators and their NGOs which they finance and operate in Israel; actual European national governments finance directly and give directions, orders and write their charters and operating priorities of these NGOs in Israel; and finance supporting operations within the Palestinian Authority and Hamas run Gaza including textbooks in which maps of the Middle East show the Palestinian state in place of Israel and youth camps which operate as miniature military training centers and also indoctrinate the children to believe that their actual place of birth was within Israel, within the Green Line which demarks pre 1967 Israel free of any presumed occupied lands which are nonexistent according to the San Remo Conference and various other operations which are concerned and aiming to replace the Jewish state of Israel with an Arab state free of Jews called Palestine.

 

The world is playing make-believe ignoring their promise to the Jewish People originating with the Balfour Declaration of November 2, 1917 and reconfirmed with the San Remo Conference and further confirmed with the United Nations Charter Article 80 which every member signed and agreed to enforce upon joining the United Nations. Apparently there is one truth which still in this modern age has refused to die despite the claims of civility and having joined the world of civilized nations by joining the United Nations, the greatest and final hope for honesty and trust between nations setting all interactions under the light of enlightened thought and interaction, that any promise made to the leaders of the Jews dies as soon as it becomes uncomfortable or inconvenient. The latest escalation and shrillness of insanity of universal charges against Israel during the Gaza conflict which was started by Hamas abduction and murder of three Israeli teens and then the escalating firing of rockets into Israel but somehow is now being referred to as a conflict which proved Israeli aggressions and use of unnecessary force and the claims that the Palestinian Unity government is deserving of trust and their own nation at last has all taken by governments and people who are aware and understand that their efforts directly contravene legally decided and established international law. Yet the charge that is always heard is that Israel is always contravening international law when Israel lays claim to Jerusalem or decides to build new homes for Jews, Arabs, Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Atheists, Hindus or anybody living in Israel can purchase or rent. What part of all lands west of the Jordan River did you forget about that allows you this perfidy. It is all about the problem the modern world has with the existence of a Jewish state as the world has grown comfortable with homeless Jews, the wandering Jew constantly running from one persecution into the next. But a Jewish nation, they will then lie and claim that no such thing has ever existed in all of time. Never mind the Bible and the archeological evidence that there was a Jewish nation before written history had officially begun and that land was the home of the Jews for almost fifteen hundred years. That area is from the Jordan River to same of the Mediterranean Sea and granted did not include Gaza which Israel has completely withdrawn all Jewish and Israeli influence including almost ten thousand civilians living there and all of the IDF bases and troops. The original lands even included two tribes whose lands were completely east of the Jordan River as well as part of a third tribe, look up ancient Israel and the tribal lands. Still, the Israelis are not even seeking those lands and would be content with simply the world living up to their promises and guarantees which they enacted into International Law. Is that really too much, apparently anything remaining in our hands is too much for far too many. Where are those who prize honesty and the fulfillment of promises made in good faith by the nations and the community of nations both as part of the League of Nations and then guaranteed once again by the United Nations? Let those who value honor and truth check what I have put forth here and once validated then please stand for truth and the words and promises given and ratified by the body of nations repeatedly since World War I and the reconfigurations which came from that great struggle. Nothing was enacted on lands outside of the nations who were aggressors from one side or the other in these agreements, accords, conferences, charters and other documents and treaties, all was enacted over the lands owned by the defeated nations and borders were drawn in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. The other big lie is that the Europeans redrew the Middle East and North Africa alone but that is far from true as they also redrew the lands of central and Eastern Europe. Check the truth and look at the maps before World War I and after the World War I and before there is the Austro-Hungarian Empire and after it has been drawn into individual states and other states gained or lost lands as borders were redrawn through much of Europe. All that aside, the time has come to give Israel the lands they were promised and end this drive to eradicate the Jewish state; or are the promises of nations worth so little?

 

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October 22, 2014

Has Prime Minister Netanyahu Finally Recognized Jerusalem is Exploding?

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Just the end of last week when Prime Minister Netanyahu approached about the violence on the Temple Mount chimed in with the same old canard of keeping the status quo. Perhaps pictures of rioting youths, many wearing the emblematic green headgear signifying their allegiance to Hamas (pictured Below) on the Temple Mount threatening the police and preventing any Jewish Israelis access to the holy grounds during the last weekend of this holiday season will display the threat. These riots, called the ‘Silent Intifada’ due to silence of Israeli authorities, have been roiling and disrupting Jewish and any other than Muslim visitations to the Temple Mount for the past months in a steadily increasing measure of numbers and violence. These rioters arrive early every morning potentially before dawn stocking their supplies of firebombs, rocks, bricks, fireworks and other pyrotechnics, flammables and projectile objects storing them within the al-Aqsa Mosque and other Mosques around the Temple Mount. These assaults have been mostly ignored by the media and allowing for the political leadership to thus far pretend that the problem did not exist. Their mantra used to attempt to brush the problems aside was the call of “Maintain the status quo.” What exactly finally caught sufficient attention forcing the change from passivity to urgency for action is unimportant, the fact something changed is sufficient if this new level of concern and calls for actions are actually followed by changes. So, what are the required changes to bring about a small amount of sanity and equality of access and utilization of the spaces and facilities on the Temple Mount for Muslims, Jews, Christians and others?

 

 

Rioting Temple Mount Wearing Hamas Green Headgear

Rioting Temple Mount Wearing Hamas Green Headgear

 

 

The first problem which must be addressed is that of those instigating these disturbances. This must begin with putting an end to the provocations from Hamas and the Palestinian Authority. Hamas leadership are financially rewarding the leadership instigating the rioting on the Temple Mount while Mahmoud Abbas has been backing with encouragements of his own providing verbal support claiming that the continued rioting and denial of Jewish access to the Temple Mount is serving the establishments of the Palestinians State and in the service of Allah. These instigations must be placed in reference to the discourse in the Western world where every statement and house planned to be built by Israel is condemned out of hand and often with absolute demands for immediate remedial actions. The world must be made aware and to witness these words and instigations. If that requires buying advertising time on major networks to show the world the truth, then that is what must be pursued. We need the political and other leadership to air these dirty accusations and instigations from Hamas, Abbas , Iran, and throughout most of the world, including the European instigators who come and force confrontations and then release slanted videos demanding that honorable officers who after being provoked, fingers broken by the instigators and his men ridiculed and belittled finally answered with one measured blow gets drummed from service in shame because our leadership shamed all of us by not standing by this commander and simply telling the world that if you come into our country and provoke out military men and women then you too may feel their wrath and let that be a shot across their bow and a warning well sent. Show the world daily the news feeds which depict these animals running in riotous rampages on the holy places of our faith, the Christian faiths and even presumably their own Islamic faith. Let the world see both sides, ours which is of marked restraint and those who viscously act like wild animals seething with bile and anger completely devoid of a shred of humanism.

Let the world witness the truth and they will eventually compare and choose more wisely or reveal their true hatred for our society and our accomplishments in the recent modern history in our ancestral lands. Let us call the world to judge which they want to share their world with, animalistic hatreds or technological advancement, seething hatreds or enforcement of law and order, denial of the holiness of the heart and central jewel of Jerusalem, the Temple Mount or those whose love and reverence for this holy place will only honor and share it with all free of anger, spite or hatreds, just filled with compassion and love. And we must show the world the effort we are to make to cleanse this holy ground so that all may again share our mutually holy place, the Temple Mount, and our effort to make it readily available and accessible for prayer and reverence towards G0d. After the riotous infection has been cleared from the Temple Mount then the Jordanians and their Waqf must be made to understand that if they wish to manage the Temple Mount they must manage it making it suitable and available to all or be replaced by those who will accept making the Temple Mount a place for universal love and worship, revered and kept holy and free of hatreds and violence. But first and foremost, make our holy place where the two Temples once stood sacred again and worthy and accessible for all who wish to honor and revere this place which is the central location for ourselves and others who also hold it sacred. Either all who revere the Temple Mount must be permitted unfettered access under the Waqf or it must be taken from them and governed to permit all equal treatment and respect, nothing less should be acceptable, nothing less.

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