Tagged with Palestinian people

The Latest Push for a Palestinian State

Recent developments in Sweden, the United Kingdom and Ireland exemplify yet another effort to create a Palestinian “state” out of thin air.  Sweden’s new socialist government has recognized “Palestine,” as did non-binding resolution adopted by Britain’s parliament and Ireland’s Senate. Similar moves elsewhere in Europe are expected shortly.  And there are plans to have “Palestine” … Continue reading

Palestinians Praise Infant Murderer

by Ari Lieberman As last week’s light rail car attack claims yet another victim – a 22-year-old Ecuadorian woman who sustained a mortal head wound – Palestinians are busy hailing the miscreant responsible for the cowardly attack that also claimed the life of a 3-month-old infant, as a hero and martyr. This abominable terrorist attack … Continue reading

Want Peace? Change UN’s Refugee Policy

Jonathan S. Tobin As the United States tries again to revive peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians, one of the key sticking points in any such negotiation is getting some much-needed scrutiny in a United Nations forum this week. As Israel Hayom reports, a UN panel will discuss an effort to revise the rules … Continue reading

The Self-Inflicted Palestinian Victimhood

by Joseph Puder Palestinians are viewed on some college campuses in North America as victims of Israel, largely thanks to organizations such as Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and their Islamist allies. The professional propagandists in groups such as SJP are relying on provocative imagery in their attempt to portray Israel as the oppressor. … Continue reading

Running Away From Statehood – Again

Since before 1948, the Palestinian leadership has continually rejected any possibility of attaining statehood, in favor of a commitment to violence and promoting their self-inflicted plight for their own financial benefits. Prof. Efraim Karsh The “historic” agreement of last week between The Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) and Hamas, to form a united government casts a … Continue reading

8 Emirates for the Palestinian Clans

The solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict is neither two states nor one – but eight. Dr. Mordechai Kedar The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has several religious and cultural causes: According to Islam, Judaism ceased to exist when Christianity came to be, and Christianity ceased to exist when Islam came into the world to replace both. Judaism is … Continue reading

New Palestinian Government Refuses to Renounce Violence

BY: Adam Kredo A top Hamas official said that the newly announced Palestinian unity government “will not recognize ‘Israel’ and will not give up the resistance,” throwing into jeopardy the new ruling government’s access to U.S. assistance and other measures. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has threatened to dissolve the long ruling Palestinian Authority and and has … Continue reading

Here’s A Bucket of Warm Piss in Your Face, John Kerry! Read more: Here’s A Bucket of Warm Piss in Your Face, John Kerry!

Lynette Nusbacher The Middle East Peace Process is where hopes go to die. Professional diplomats don’t want to touch the thing.  Foreign ministries don’t even treat ‘MEPP’ as a part of conducting real foreign policy. It’s a field apart, like Vatican relations or Esperanto. The White House tried to pivot away from this graveyard of … Continue reading

Palestinian Terrorism: Funded by the EU

by Joseph Puder In his ploy to avoid negotiations with Israel that might actually force him to make such minimal concessions as “ending the conflict” with Israel, and recognizing Israel as the “state of the Jewish people,” Mahmoud Abbas, Chairman of the Palestinian Authority (PA), can count on the European Union (EU) to support him. … Continue reading

The Grand Mufti’s Nazi connection

It’s no coincidence that just a few months after Nazi Germany surrendered, on November 2, 1945, the anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, many synagogues were burned down in Egypt and dozens of Jews were killed on the streets of Cairo. By EDY COHEN On November 5, 1941, the grand mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, … Continue reading

The Myth of the Thirsty Palestinian

Akiva Bigman The issue of water rights in the West Bank is constantly raised in regard to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, appearing again and again in public discourse around the world. According to critics of Israel, the Jewish state selfishly exploits the area’s water supplies and denies access to the local population. In doing so, the … Continue reading