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    Understand what the globalists have in store for the Middle East

    The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

    Surely, what’s happening now in Iraq and Syria must serve as a final wakeup call that we have been led into a horrific situation in the Middle East by a powerful Lobby driven by the interests of one tribe and one tribe alone.

    Back in 1982, Oded Yinon an Israeli journalist formerly attached to the Israeli Foreign Ministry, published a document titled ‘A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties.’This Israeli commentator suggested that for Israel to maintain its regional superiority, it must fragment its surrounding Arab states into smaller units. The document, later labelled as ‘Yinon Plan’, implied that Arabs and Muslims killing each other in endless sectarian wars was, in effect, Israel’s insurance policy.

    Of course, regardless of the Yinon Plan’s prophesies, one might still argue that this has nothing to do with Jewish lobbying, politics or institutions but is just one more Israeli strategic proposal except that it is impossible to ignore that the Neocon school of thought that pushed the English-speaking Empire into Iraq was largely a Jewish Diaspora, Zionist clan. It’s also no secret that the 2nd Gulf War was fought to serve Israeli interests - breaking into sectarian units what then seemed to be the last pocket of Arab resistance to Israel.

    Similarly, it is well established that when Tony Blair decided to launch that criminal war, Lord Levy was the chief fundraiser for his Government while, in the British media, Jewish Chronicle writers David Aaronovitch and Nick Cohen were busy beating the drums for war. And again, it was the exact same Jewish Lobby that was pushing for intervention in Syria, calling for the USA and NATO to fight alongside those same Jihadi forces that today threaten the last decade’s American ‘achievements’ in Iraq.

    Unfortunately, Yinon’s disciples are more common than you might expect. In France, it was the infamous Jewish ‘philosopher’ Bernard Henri Levy who boasted on TV that ‘as a Jew’ campaigning for NATO intervention, he liberated Libya.

    As we can see, a dedicated number of Jewish Zionist activists, commentators and intellectuals have worked relentlessly in many countries pushing for exactly the same cause – the breaking up of Arab and Muslim states into smaller, sectarian units.

    But is it just the Zionists who are engaging in such tactics? Not at all.

    In fact, the Jewish so-called Left serves the exact same cause, but instead of fragmenting Arabs and Muslims into Shia, Sunnis, Alawites and Kurds they strive to break them into sexually oriented identity groups (Lesbian, Queer, Gays, Heterosexual etc’)

    Recently I learned from Sarah Schulman, a NY Jewish Lesbian activist that in her search for funding for a young ‘Palestinian Queer’ USA tour, she was advised to approach George Soros’ Open Society institute. The following account may leave you flabbergasted, as it did me:

    “A former ACT UP staffer who worked for the Open Society Institute, George Soros’ foundation, suggested that I file an application there for funding for the tour. When I did so it turned out that the person on the other end had known me from when we both attended Hunter [College] High School in New York in the 1970s. He forwarded the application to the Institutes’s office in Amman, Jordan, and I had an amazing one-hour conversation with Hanan Rabani, its director of the Women’s and Gender program for the Middle East region. Hanan told me that this tour would give great visibility to autonomous queer organizations in the region. That it would inspire queer Arabs—especially in Egypt and Iran…for that reason, she said, funding for the tour should come from the Amman office” (Sarah Schulman -Israel/Palestine and the Queer International p. 108).

    The message is clear, The Open Society Institutes (OSI) wires Soros’s money to Jordan, Palestine and then back to the USA in order to “inspire queer Arabs in Egypt and Iran (sic).”

    What we see here is clear evidence of a blatant intervention by George Soros and his institute in an attempt to break Arabs and Muslims and shape their culture. So, while the right-wing Jewish Lobby pushes the Arabs into ethnic sectarian wars, their tribal counterparts within George Soros’s OSI institute, do exactly the same - attempt to break the Arab and Muslims by means of marginal and identity politics.


    It is no secret that, as far as recent developments in Iraq are concerned, America, Britain and the West are totally unprepared. So surely, the time is long overdue when we must identify the forces and ideologies within Western society that are pushing us into more and more global conflicts. And all we can hope for is that America, Britain and France may think twice before they spends trillions of their tax payers’ money in following the Yinon Plan to fight ruinous, foreign wars imposed upon them by The Lobby.

    http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/the-...nd-beyond.html
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    Another update. A little old, but details the rise of the Israeli ultra nationalists.

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    Bussed in from nearby settlements, Israel’s ultranationalist right were defiant at a rally for Jerusalem day this year. Hardline views have become more influential than ever in Israel – with both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the wider public. Inigo

    Gilmore went to meet the settlers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fschmidt View Post

    Israel has just committed suicide, so this thread is no longer relevant. Israel has picked the losing side, America, against Russia which will dominate the Middle East through Iran, Turkey, and Syria. This is a typical Talmudic mistake. The Talmud advocates making alliances with the leaders of corrupt nations. Why? Because they can be bought. America is completely corrupt and almost all of its politicians are for sale, so this fits perfectly with the Talmudic narrative. The problem is that such nations only decline in power. Russia is less corrupt than America and is a rising power. Now Russia will protect Syria and this will allow Iran to install weapons in Syria that can be used against Israel. I don't see how Israel can get out of this mess. Israel will lose the next war.
    Hmmm they are pushing their luck. I thought Putin would let them off, but they responded robustly.

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    Perceptive on Russia wanting to be the new 'don' of the Middle East, with Turkey and Iran in tow, now that the USA is slowly withdrawing. Israelis, Saudis and Qataris have lost out.

    And the people suffer.

    Another Edit.

    Sections of the American population are becoming more and more warier of the Israeli leadership.

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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has a sordid history of lying to the American people to gain the use of the US military to topple Israel's enemies. This video will open your eyes to his scam.

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    Another provocative article from Gilad Atzmon.

    Smear and Shekels

    Haaretz reveals today that Canary Mission a Hasbara defamation outlet that was established to “spread fear among undergraduate activists, posting more than a thousand political dossiers on student supporters of Palestinian rights,” is funded by one of the largest Jewish charities in the U.S.

    According to Haaretz; the Forward, an American Jewish outlet, “has definitively identified a major donor to Canary Mission. It is a foundation controlled by the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, a major Jewish charity with an annual budget of over $100 million.” We could have guessed the funding was from such an organisation. We somehow knew that it wasn’t the Iranian government or Hamas who sent shekels to the Zionist smear factory. Haaretz continues, “for three years, a website called Canary Mission has spread fear among undergraduate activists, posting more than a thousand political dossiers on student supporters of Palestinian rights. The dossiers are meant to harm students’ job prospects, and have been used in interrogations by Israeli security officials.”

    Canary Mission is indeed a nasty operation and far from unique. We have seen similar efforts within the Jewish institutional universe for some time. It might be reasonable to opine that smear has become a new Jewish industry. Consistent with the rules of economics, many new Jewish bodies have entered the profitable business, and these outlets have competed mercilessly with each other for donations and funds.

    This is precisely a variation on the battle we have seen in Britain in the last few years. Almost every British Jewish institution joined the ‘Corbyn defamation’ contest, competing over who could toss the most dirt on the Labour party and its leader. The outcome was magnificent. Last week at Labour’s annual conference, the party unanimously expressed its firm opposition to Israel and took the Palestinian’s side.

    Badmouthing is not really a ‘Zionist symptom.’ Unfortunately, it is a Jewish political obsession. In between its fund raisers, it seems that Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) invests a lot of energy in smearing some of the more dedicated truth tellers. Mondoweiss, another Jewish outlet, practices this game as well.

    I, myself, have been subjected to hundreds of such smear campaigns by so called ‘anti’ Zionist Jews who were desperate to stop the circulation of my work on Jewish ID politics. But these frantic efforts only served to support my thesis that the issues to do with Israel and Palestine extend far beyond the Zionist/anti debate. We had better dig into the meaning of Jewishness and its contemporary political implications.

    Once again the question is, why do self-identified Jewish activists use these ugly tactics? Why do they insist upon smearing and terrorising instead of engaging in a proper scholarly and/or political debate?

    Choseness is one possible answer. People who are convinced of their own exceptional nature often lack an understanding of the ‘other.’ This deficiency may well interfere with the ability to evolve a code of universal ethics.

    The other answer may have something to do with the battle for funds. As we learned from Haaretz, the Canary Mission is funded by one of the richest Jewish American funds. Badmouthing has value. ‘You defame, we send money.’ Unfortunately this holds for Zionists and ‘anti’ alike.

    Crucially, in this battle, Jews often oppose each other. Haaretz writes that the Canary Mission “has been controversial since it appeared in mid-2015, drawing comparisons to a McCarthyite blacklist.” And it seems that some Zionist Jews eventually gathered that the Canary smear factory gives Jews a bad name.

    Tilly Shames, who runs the campus Hillel at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, told the Forward that “the tactics of the organisation are troubling, both from a moral standpoint, but have also proven to be ineffective and counterproductive,”

    Shames said that Canary Mission’s publication of dossiers on students on her campus had led to greater support for the targeted students and their beliefs, and had spread mistrust of pro-Israel students, who were suspected of spying for Canary Mission.

    This dynamic can be explained. My study of Jewish controlled opposition postulates that self-identified Jewish activists always attempt to dominate both poles of any debate that is relevant to Jewish interests. Once it was accepted that Palestine was becoming a ‘Jewish problem,’ a number of Jewish bodies became increasingly involved in steering the Palestinian solidarity movement. We then saw that they diluted the call for the Palestinian Right of Return and replaced it with watery notions that, de facto, legitimise Israel.

    When it was evident that the Neocon school was, in practice, a Ziocon war machine, we saw bodies on the Jewish Left steer the anti-war call. When some British Jews realised that the Jewish campaign against Corbyn might backfire, they were astonishingly quick to form Jews for Jeremy that rapidly evolved into Jewish Voice for Labour (JVL). The battle over the next British PM became an internal Jewish debate. The rule is simple: every public dispute that is somehow relevant to Jewish interests will quickly become an exclusive internal Jewish debate.

    Hillel activists see that Canary Mission is starting to backfire. Together with Forward and Haaretz, they have quickly positioned themselves at the forefront of the opposition.

    https://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/2018/10/4/smear-and-shekels

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    Hah! so this was the plan all along.

    ‘Entire Middle East’ should look like Israel – Pompeo

    Israel is everything the US wishes the Middle East would be, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared in a speech, while bashing the Obama administration’s approach to Iran as resembling a “Disney movie.”

    Speaking at the annual Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA) dinner in Washington on Wednesday, Pompeo argued that Israel “is democratic and prosperous, it desires peace, it is a home to a free press and a thriving economy,” calling it “everything we want the entire Middle East to look like going forward.”

    Israel’s enemy number one Iran, meanwhile, has “corrupt leaders” who “assault the human rights of their own people and finance terrorism in every corner of the Middle East,” according to Pompeo.

    He went on to habitually bash the Obama administration for trying to solve problems with Iran peacefully.

    “President Obama thought that if he made dangerous concessions, removed economic sanctions and flew a plane full of cash to Tehran, he could somehow hug Iran’s leaders into behaving well… but those leaders aren’t from a Disney movie,” Pompeo said, then himself went on to paint Iranian leaders as movie villains: “They’re real. They are murderers and funders of terrorism who lead chants today, still, of ‘Death to America’.”

    After decades of US presidents at least maintaining the facade of honest brokers between Israel and its Arab neighbors, the Trump administration went all-out onto Israel’s side. The US embassy was moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, recognizing Israel’s claim to the city in violation of UN resolutions and to the outrage of most of the Muslim world.

    Washington has also cut funding to UN agencies charged with helping the displaced Palestinians, as well as direct aid to the Palestinian Authority and Gaza. Meanwhile, Israeli forces have killed almost 200 and injured over 20,000 Palestinians who have been protesting along the Gaza border fence since March.

    In addition to its unapologetic support for Israel, the US under Trump switched gears into open hostility with Iran. In March, Trump left the 2015 nuclear deal negotiated by the Obama administration – and praised as effective by all other signatories – and re-imposed a wide range of sanctions on Tehran. US diplomats have gone so far as to threaten other countries daring to do business with Iran that they would be punished for doing so.

    https://www.rt.com/usa/441041-pompeo-middle-east-like-israel/

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    To expand on previous post.

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    Israel is everything the US wishes the Middle East would be, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared in a speech, while bashing the Obama administration’s approach to Iran as resembling a “Disney movie.”



    Another update

    Report: IDF Chief of Staff Eisenkot met with Saudi counterpart

    Eisenkot was reported to have discussed Iran with Saudi Arabia’s Chief of Staff Gen. Fayyad.


    IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot met with his counterparts from several Arab countries while in Washington for the Counter–Violent Extremist Organizations conference for military commanders, Israeli media reported Tuesday evening.

    According to a report by Israel’s KAN public television, Eisenkot met with Saudi Arabia’s Chief of Staff Gen. Fayyad bin Hamed Al-Ruwaili on Tuesday on the sidelines of the conference about several regional issues, including Iran, which is a common foe to the two countries.

    A statement released by the IDF had said that Eisenkot would meet with military officials from both the US and other foreign military officials, it did not specify which military leaders he would meet with.

    While this seems to be the first publicized meeting between Eisenkot and al-Ruwaili, it is the second consecutive year that the two officers attended the Counter–Violent Extremist Organizations conference for military commanders, where the two are believed to have also spoken about Iran.

    Last November following Eisenkot’s first participation in the conference he gave an unprecedented interview to the Saudi Elaph newspaper based in London and offered to share Israeli intelligence about Iran with Riyadh, telling the newspaper that what he heard from the Saudis about Iranian expansion was “identical” to Israeli concerns.

    “We are ready to exchange experiences with Saudi Arabia and other moderate Arab countries and exchange intelligence to confront Iran,” he said, adding that “there are many shared interests between us and Saudi Arabia.”

    Calling for a new international alliance in the Middle East, Eisenkot stated that there needs to be “a large, comprehensive strategic plan to stop the Iranian threat. This is what should be prevented in the region,” he said, adding that “in this matter there is complete agreement between us and Saudi Arabia.”

    In addition to the meeting with al-Ruwaili, Eisenkot was seen in a photo released by the Department of Defense of a dinner during the conference seated at the same table as the Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces Mohamed Farid, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of Jordan Lt.-Gen.Mahmoud Abdul Halim Freihat, as well as the Chief of Staff of Bahrain, Lt.-Gen. Dhiab bin Saqr Al Nuaimi.

    While Israel has no official ties with Saudi Arabia or Bahrain, the relationship with the Sunni Kingdom and other Gulf States has grown stronger in recent years, due in large part to the shared threat of Iran’s expansion across the region.

    Relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia are at their worst in years with both accusing the other of subverting regional security. Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman caused an uproar earlier this year when he recognized Israel's right to exist.

    Last November a spokesperson for Yemeni rebels accused Israel of taking part in the Saudi Arabia led-coalition against Yemen and warned that Israeli military bases in Africa are within range of Houthi missiles.

    The Houthis, which are armed by Iran, have also fired several ballistic missiles into Saudi Arabia, including one which targeted the Saudi capital Riyadh a day before US President Donald Trump visited the Kingdom last May.

    In September the Emirati news website al-Khaleej reported that Saudi Arabia had purchased Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system to defend itself from Houthi missile attacks. The deal, which was reportedly mediated by the United States included further plans to reach an agreement on broad military cooperation between the two countries.

    Israel’s Ministry of Defense and Rafael which manufactures the system, denied the report.

    https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Report-IDF-Chief-of-Staff-Eisenkot-met-with-Saudi-counterpart-569585

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    Another update

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    A joint investigation by Four Corners and The Australian newspaper reveals evidence that shows the army is targeting Palestinian boys for arrest and detention. Reporter John Lyons travels to the West Bank to hear the story of children who claim they have been taken into custody, ruthlessly questioned and then allegedly forced to sign confessions before being taken to court for sentencing.

    He meets Australian lawyer Gerard Horton, who's trying to help the boys who are arrested, and talks to senior Israeli officials to examine what's driving the army's strategy. The United Nations children's agency (UNICEF) has been investigating these claims and last year released a scathing report finding that "children have been threatened with death, physical violence, solitary confinement and sexual assault." As Four Corners discovered, though, Palestinian children have more to fear than the Israeli army. Reporter John Lyons shows clear evidence that Israeli settlers in the West Bank regularly attack Palestinian school children, knowing the authorities will not intervene.




    Oh this is interesting.

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    Another update



    Battling Corbyn, Israel’s main British enemy

    Is there anything Israel’s allies can do to make it more difficult for a Corbyn-controlled Labour to rise to power?


    British Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn is Israel’s most dangerous enemy in the Western European mainstream. He has a long record of anti-Israel incitement. Corbyn may well become British prime minister in the next parliamentary election. It is likely that he will surround himself with other extremist Israel-haters.

    The major public discussion over the past two and a half years about antisemitism in the Labour Party has overshadowed Corbyn’s anti-Israel incitement as well as his expressions of sympathy for genocidal Arab terrorists. At Labour’s annual conference in September, dominated by Corbyn’s supporters, an anti-Israeli motion was adopted by an overwhelming majority. It condemned Israel for the Palestinian casualties at the Gaza border since April and called for an international investigation of the situation. The motion furthermore requested a halt of UK arms sales to Israel.

    In his keynote speech at the conference, Corbyn condemned the continuing Israeli occupation as well as the Palestinian casualties at the Gaza border. He also repeated that if he becomes prime minister his government will immediately recognize a Palestinian state. Observers said that there were many Palestinian flags at the conference and no British ones.

    Several of Corbyn’s most senior associates are also long time Israel inciters. The powerful Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, spoke in 2012 at a far-left rally where he said that Israel was attempting a genocide against the Palestinians. In 2008, McDonnell was a lead signatory of a parliamentary motion that welcomed the founding of the International Jewish anti-Zionist Network (IJAN).
    Current polls indicate that a Corbyn-led government is a distinct possibility. The conservative government’s poor handling of the Brexit negotiations has probably helped Labour more than anything Corbyn and his colleagues have done. While the next parliamentary elections are scheduled for 2022, an early election due to the crisis around Brexit is a possibility.

    The chances of the moderate Labourites demoting Corbyn and his supporters from the leadership of the party are minimal. Since he was elected as leader in 2015, Corbyn and Momentum, his main supporters’ extreme left movement, have increasingly strengthened their grip on the party. Iain McNicol, a moderate resigned as general secretary, the most senior employee of the party in February 2018. He was replaced by a Corbynite, Jennie Formby. Several other key staff positions are now held by Corbyn supporters.

    Recently elections for the party’s governing body, the National Executive Council (NEC), were held. All nine members elected belonged to Momentum, and non-Momentum candidates got far less votes than those elected. Yasmin Dar, who received the most votes is seen in a 2017 film clip celebrating the Iranian Revolution at the Islamic center in Manchester.

    It may take Corbyn more time to gain full control of the parliamentary party as the great majority of MPs are moderates. Joan Ryan, the Chair of Labour Friends of Israel, has been deselected by her local party. The same has happened to MPs Gavin Shuker and Chris Leslie.

    Yet if too many moderates are deselected by their local parties some of them may run as independents or even as members of a new party. The latter might then collaborate with the third largest party, the Liberal Democrats. In the UK’s parliamentary system, there is only one election round. The candidate who receives the most votes in any one constituency is elected. If a deselected candidate runs against an official Labour pro-Corbynite candidate, the vote is likely to be split. As a result Labour may lose a number of its current seats.

    Is there anything Israel’s allies can do to make it more difficult for a Corbyn-controlled Labour to rise to power?

    So far, two possibilities have emerged. The first one derives from an opinion by the British law firm, WLegal. Under current US legislation, sanctions against Corbyn are possible as he is a supporter of a terror organization. Actions to achieve this would have to be taken now, as the US is unlikely to act against Corbyn if he becomes prime minister.

    A second issue which can be promoted outside the UK is publicizing the fact that if Corbyn comes to power he will receive access to highly classified intelligence from the British Security Services. Furthermore, it is unlikely that all intelligence can be withheld from his extremist associates who hold key positions in his administration.

    Would foreign governments be comfortable with such a situation? Would they want intelligence normally shared with allies to fall into the hands of the likes of Corbyn, McDonnell or Labour’s chief strategist, who is a supporter of the genocidal Hamas movement?

    What about Corbyn’s senior policy adviser, an ex-communist from whom British parliamentary security has withheld access to the Commons for a year already, or Corbyn’s private secretary, who after nine months of vetting by security services has not yet received access to the parliament? The problem already exists; whatever foreign intelligence has been shared with the UK will be accessible to Corbyn if he becomes prime minister.

    Once this information is spread outside the UK, British media are likely to pick up on this issue. That will inject additional pressure into the public debate over the risks to the country if a Corbyn-led Labour Party wins the next parliamentary election.

    https://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Battli...h-enemy-569918
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    Another update



    Netanyahu makes surprise trip to Oman and meets with Sultan Qaboos

    Unpublicised trip marks major breakthrough in Israel's attempts to develop ties with Gulf Arab countries




    Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made an unpublicised trip this week to Oman, a Gulf Arab country that it has no diplomatic relations with, his office revealed on Friday.

    The Israeli premier met with Oman’s Sultan Qaboos bin Said, and is his country’s first leader to visit the sultanate since Shimon Peres in 1996.

    In recent years, Netanyahu has insisted that relations between Israel and Gulf Arab countries have been growing, without much official evidence.

    None of the seven Gulf Arab countries officially recognise Israel.

    Netanyahu’s office revealed the visit on his return, and images of the prime minister and Sultan Qaboos meeting and shaking hands have begun to circulate.

    According to the Israeli premier’s office, Netanyahu travelled to Muscat at the invitation of the sultan after lengthy communications.

    It called it a “significant step” towards implementing Netanyahu’s policy of strengthening ties with Gulf Arab countries.

    A joint statement said the two sides "discussed ways to advance the Middle East peace process and discussed a number of issues of mutual interest to achieve peace and stability in the Middle East".

    Israeli intelligence services chief Yossi Cohen, who has largely been responsible for clandestine talks with Gulf Arab governments, was seen in the travelling delegation.

    The visit also followed that of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who was in Oman earlier this week.

    It also comes as Israel’s Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev arrived in the United Arab Emirates on Friday for the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Judo tournament in which the Israeli national team is competing.

    The Israeli flag could fly in Qatar in the coming days if the country's athletes that are participating in the World Artistic Gymnastics Championship being held in Doha do well in the competition.

    Qatar had assured organisers that it would allow Israeli national symbols at the event.

    https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/n...boos-745171995
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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    Another update

    Why are Arab states flaunting their ties with Israel?

    Palestinian journalist Abdel Bari Atwan condemns Oman, Qatar and the UAE for opening the door to the normalisation of Israel in the Middle East.

    Three painful normalisation blows were dealt in as many days to what remains of the Arab states’ self-respect. The first was the participation of an Israeli delegation at a sports tournament in Qatar. The second was the despatch of another sporting delegation to the emirate of Abu Dhabi led by Israel’s notoriously racist and Arab-hating minister of culture Miri Regev. But the biggest and most painful blow was the official visit by the Occupation’s Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, to Oman, where he and the delegation accompanying him were accorded a warm welcome and a meeting with Sultan Qaboos.

    This is a coordinated normalisation drive being carried out under pressure from the United States. It has nothing whatsoever to do with Palestinian-Israeli peace, and everything to do with achieving cost-free peace between Israel and Arab governments. This is a prelude to imposing the remaining tenets of the “Deal of the Century,” which amounts to exploiting the collapse of the official Arab order to liquidate the Palestinian cause, end the Arab-Israeli conflict and recognise Israel as a sisterly Middle Eastern state.

    It is the latest, and perhaps most important, episode in a planned process, which explains the reasons that led to the destruction of Iraq, then Syria, then Libya and later Yemen, and to the crippling of Egypt. Without the destruction of these countries, under a variety of false pretexts, this plan could not be put into effect, and we would never have seen its painful consequences in the form of normalisation steps.

    Peace process

    When Qatar and Oman consented to the opening of Israeli trade offices in their capitals in 1996, and received Israeli officials such as Yitzhak Rabin (in Muscat in 1994) and Shimon Peres (in Muscat and Doha in 1996), they said this was aimed at encouraging the Palestinian-Israeli peace process and creating a climate conducive to negotiations. After all, the PLO had already signed the Oslo accords (in September 1993) followed by Jordan concluding the Wadi Araba treaty.

    Ironically, Oman took a bold stance when it ordered the closure of the Israeli trade office in October 2000, i.e. 18 years ago. A statement issued by the Omani foreign ministry at the time said the mission was closed down in line with Oman’s policy of “supporting the Palestinian cause… and upholding the firm and legitimate rights of the Palestinian people.” The statement added that the country “remains committed to a just and lasting peace, but on criteria that champion the oppressed, safeguard the holy places, and restore the rights of those who are due them.” The question, therefore, is what has changed now?

    Both Oman and Qatar shut down the trade offices in protest at Israel’s invasion the area that were supposed to be under the control of the Palestinian Authority (PA), and at the brutal shedding of Palestinian blood by the Israeli security forces. The current Gulf normalisation drive comes at a time when the Israeli forces are engaged in the same kind of murderous behaviour. On the day that Netanyahu, his wife and the head of the Mossad arrived in Muscat, six defenceless Palestinians were killed in the Gaza Strip, where two million fellow Arabs and Muslims are besieged and face the spectre of mass hunger and disease.

    There is no peace process that the three states – Oman the UAE and Qatar – can claim to be supporting by receiving Israeli delegations. And the Israeli government has shown no regard for the criteria which these three governments insisted that they uphold: in terms of championing the oppressed, safeguarding the holy places and restoring due rights. Israel has judaised Jerusalem, with US President Donald Trump recognising as eternal capital of all the world’s Jews, and Jason Greenblatt is expected in the region next week to unveil the Deal of the Century. He will bring with him the coffin of the Palestinian cause and dig a grave to bury it in Ramallah by legitimising colonization, enshrining “economic peace” (financial bribes), and annulling the right of return once and or all.

    Omani Foreign Minister Yousef Bin-Alawi said candidly on Friday that Netanyahu’s visit, which was preceded by one from PA President Mahmoud Abbas, was made in a “bilateral context” at his request. “We are not mediators,” he added, “the US role is the principal one, and Israel is a state in the Middle East region.” This suggests more than just a one-off visit. We cannot rule out Netanyahu returning to Muscat soon to open an Israeli embassy there, nor more embassies being opened in Doha, Manama and Abu Dhabi and perhaps Riyadh too. For the talk is of normal “bilateral relations.”

    Squandered respect

    The Sultanate of Oman earned the admiration of millions of Arabs, ourselves included, by keeping out of many of the wars in and destructive schemes for the region, especially the wars in Yemen and Syria and prior to that Iraq. It also made sure to maintain a balanced relationship with Iran and refused to be extorted and dragged into American confrontation plans against Tehran. It is hard to understand what prompted Oman’s leadership to squander this huge asset of admiration and respect by hosting a war criminal like Netanyahu, and at a time when Palestine’s cause is being taken to the gallows and its people are facing siege and brutal murder.

    We would have expected Netanyahu’s first visit to an Arab capita to be to Riyadh given the secret rapprochement between the two sides. But the shocking visit to Muscat is likely to be only a prelude to other, more open, visits, and to the opening of embassies, the exchanging of interests, and extensive security coordination – not least against the Palestinians and anyone who stands with them in the trench of resistance and upholds the values of justice and dignity. The process of normalisation is planned to start at the peripheries before moving into the heart of the region, hence the earlier focus on Mauritainia in the far west of the Arab world.

    We unreservedly condemn and reject all these forms of normalisation. But before blaming the normalisers, we should blame the PA, which preceded them and opened the doors wide to them. It must be made clear that this Authority does not represent the Palestinian people. Its policies of recognising and cooperating with the occupation do not have any popular support or approval. The Palestinian people will never surrender, and they will never give up their rights, even if some of their Arab brethren do. And we are confident that the people of the Arab Gulf states will never accept this normalisation either and will resist it, as the people of Egypt did and do, along with those of all Arab countries.

    https://5pillarsuk.com/2018/10/30/wh...s-with-israel/



    Israel’s notoriously racist and Arab-hating minister of culture Miri Regev.
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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    A little different but relevant in help giving context.

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    E. Michael Jones, author of The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit, joins Chuck Morse, author of Left-Wing anti-Semitism, in a debate about Catholic and Jewish views on questions of messiah-ship, revolution, and history.


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    More comment on Bibis recent trip.

    Netanyahu in Oman hails a new era of Arab Zionism

    Just two days after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paid a secret visit to the Gulf Sultanate of Oman to a warm royal welcome, Israeli fighter jets were again pounding the Gaza Strip. Many saw that the Sultanate’s alleged quest for “peace and stability in the Middle East”,[1] if not relevance, could not have been more undermined. But questions remain as to whether its silence towards the crimes of its Zionist ‘enemy’, turned newfound friend is closer to endorsement in an Arabian Gulf that is proclaiming its real allegiances to ‘Israel’ like never before.

    On Sunday 28th of October, three Palestinian boys were decimated by a targeted Israeli airstrike in South-Eastern Gaza. The Israeli army rushed to claim that the boys were “involved in placing an improvised explosive device” near the security fence.[2] The families of the boys denied that they were linked to any ‘militant’ group, with the mother of 14-year-old Abdul Hameed stating he had “nothing to do with the resistance.”[3]

    Despite the Israeli narrative initially asserting that they were “terrorists”, they continued to legitimise the killing by claiming they were behaving in a suspicious manner.[4] The three boys whose ages ranged between twelve and fourteen were identified as Khaled Bassam Mahmoud Abu Saeed, Abdul Hameed Mohammed Abdul Aziz Abu Zaher and Mohammed Ibrahim Al Sutari.[5]

    Coinciding with Netanyahu’s visit, the “deluge of top Israeli officials is set to visit Gulf Arab countries that do not formally recognise Israel”,[6] saw the United Arab Emirates welcoming with open arms Israel’s Sports and Culture Minister, Miri Regev.

    The right-wing Islamophobe who described the Muslim call to prayer as the “barking dogs of Muhammad”,[7] and who wore a picture of the Dome of the Rock during a film festival attended the Judo Grand competition in Abu Dhabi.[8] The minister was also given an honorary tour of the third largest Mosque in the world, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi.

    Regev later tweeted “we made history. The people of Israel live!”[9] The once unthinkable relationship, according to detractors, demonstrates the extent to which the Gulf nations are selling themselves to the Zionist regime and are becoming complicit partners of the occupation of Palestine, stimulated by the post-Trump new-era of Arab Zionism.

    After Oman and other Gulf states, it is likely that Netanyahu will visit another Gulf nation in the future and one’s imagination does not need to run wild to guess which one.[10] The gradual normalisation of relations between Israel and the Arab world cements feelings in Palestine that their plight is being brushed under the carpet and that the reality is that their struggle against injustice will be carried out alone.

    https://www.islam21c.com/news-views/netanyahu-in-oman-hails-a-new-era-of-arab-zionism/

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    Well at least the mask is finally coming off.








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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    Old but relevant, like to share.

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    Gaza's Human Shields (2001) - We meet a Palestinian family in Gaza who are not allowed to leave their house while Israeli soldiers fire from the roof. In a shocking interview, the Israeli army admits it is using civilians as human shields.

    The vast majority of Gaza Strip civilians are Palestinians, yet occupying Israeli forces hold all the cards. One family come home to find their house has been destroyed; another finds Israeli soldiers using his roof as a lookout post, and under lock and key in their own home. Tensions seem unlikely to loosen in such a hostile environment.



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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    One of the favoured tactics particularly in the past to silence criticism of Israel was to play the Holocaust Card. Jews themselves got tired of this and responded.

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    Dr Norman Finkelstein's appearance at the University of Waterloo was a combative one with lots of heckling and cheering throughout the speech. As we've come to expect, he delivered a blistering message on Israel that was the polar opposite of the mainstream media.

    And when an audience member tried to guilt him with a show of tears because he used the "Nazi" word, Norman would have none of it and dismissed her emotional outburst as "crocodile tears'.



    Analysis of the event.



    This is related. How Jewish group exploited the Holocaust for political and monetary gain.

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    In an iconoclastic and controversial study, Norman G. Finkelstein moves from an interrogation of the place the Holocaust has come to occupy in American culture to a disturbing examination of recent Holocaust compensation agreements. It was not until the Arab-Israeli War of 1967, when Israel's evident strength brought it into line with US foreign policy, that memory of the Holocaust began to acquire the exceptional prominence it enjoys today. Leaders of America's Jewish community were delighted that Israel was now deemed a major strategic asset and, Finkelstein contends, exploited the Holocaust to enhance this newfound status.

    Their subsequent interpretations of the tragedy are often at variance with actual historical events and are employed to deflect any criticism of Israel and its supporters.

    Recalling Holocaust fraudsters such as Jerzy Kosinski and Binjamin Wilkomirski, as well as the demagogic constructions of writers like Daniel Goldhagen, Finkelstein contends that the main danger posed to the memory of Nazism's victims comes not from the distortions of Holocaust deniers but from prominent, self-proclaimed guardians of Holocaust memory. Drawing on a wealth of untapped sources, he exposes the double shakedown of European countries as well as legitimate Jewish claimants, and concludes that the Holocaust industry has become an outright extortion racket. Thoroughly researched and closely argued,

    The Holocaust Industry is all the more disturbing and powerful because the issues it deals with are so rarely discussed.


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    No doubt the Bibi will be pleased.





    Saudi Arabia targets Palestinians in Israel with latest Mecca ban

    Saudi Arabia has banned Palestinians and Israeli Muslims from entering the country with temporary passports, ending their chance to make the pilgrimage to Islam’s holiest site, Mecca. Practicing Muslims are supposed to try to get to Mecca once in their lives, if possible, for the Hajj or Umrah pilgrimages. Given that Israel and Saudi Arabia don’t officially have diplomatic relations, Palestinians in Israel have to apply for temporary Jordanian passports to go to Mecca.

    However, in the latest of a series of moves limiting Palestinians’ access to the Kingdom, these temporary passports will no longer be accepted.

    Palestinian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon, as well as those living in Israel-occupied East Jerusalem, were recently banned from getting visas. The increased travel restrictions now affect almost 3 million Palestinians.

    “The decision is affecting every Arab and Muslim who has the right to worship.” Jordanian MP Said Abu Mahfouz told Middle East Eye.

    About 6,600 people from East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza went on the Hajj in 2017, and up to 70,000 make Umrah throughout each year.

    Saudi-Israel agreement?

    Haaretz reports that Jordanian officials and members of the Israeli Hajj committee have said the move could be a way for Saudi Arabia to begin allowing Muslim Israeli citizens to travel to Saudi Arabia, as part of a warming alliance between the two countries.

    Meanwhile, a Jordanian diplomatic source confirmed to Middle East Eye that the move is part of an agreement with Israel to end the “Palestinian identity and the right of return for refugees.”

    Palestinians in East Jerusalem have been told they could apply for a temporary passport from the Palestinian Authority, which runs the West Bank, to get a Saudi visa. However, this could affect their legal status.

    After Israel annexed East Jerusalem in the 1967 war, residents were recognized as East Jerusalem residents – but should they obtain passports from the PA, this could be used to revoke their East Jerusalem residency and strengthen the Israeli hope of claiming all of the disputed city as its capital.

    Saudi Arabia’s official line on diplomatic relations with Israel is that the latter must first withdraw from the territories it seized during the 1967 Six Day War: the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza, the Sinai Peninsula, and Golan Heights.

    https://www.rt.com/news/443455-saudi-ban-palestinians-mecca/

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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    Another update.

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    Israel sees that China's economic power is on the ascent while that of the United States is in decline. The parasitic philosophy of Zionism knows that its current host is going to die and is seeing new blood.


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    A look at Israels economic expansionism into the surrounding region.

    Israel looks to new Arab allies to export gas in volatile region

    Netanyahu seizes on natural gas to turn Egypt and Jordan into economic partners


    When Yuval Steinitz was doing his military service in the Israeli army, Egypt was an enemy and Israel lived in fear of having its oil supplies choked off by Arab rivals. But in recent years, as Israel’s energy minister, Mr Steinitz, 56, found himself in hush-hush meetings with Egyptian officials.

    On the agenda: Israel’s gas conundrum. Since the late 1990s, it has discovered huge natural gas reserves off its coast. The initial finds allowed the tiny nation to wean itself off some energy imports, but additional discoveries — which could fuel Israel for 50 years, according to some estimates — have unlocked the potential for exports. “This was unthinkable just a decade or two ago,” Mr Steinitz told the Financial Times.

    His problem is getting the gas out of an often hostile neighbourhood. Israel’s long-term goal is to fuel energy-hungry nations in Europe. But in the meantime Mr Steinitz has helped smooth a lucrative place holder agreement with Egypt — which has had a peace treaty with Israel since 1979.

    The deal announced this year will allow Israel’s Delek Group to begin exporting as much as $15bn in natural gas to Egypt by early 2019, taking it from the Tamar and Leviathan fields that hold the vast majority of Israel’s proven reserves. “There will be significant exports,” Mr Steinitz said.

    The agreement has become the centrepiece of Israel’s ambitious plans to turn itself into a Mediterranean energy player and has been bolstered more recently by follow-on deals.

    In parallel, a separate export pipeline is being constructed to Jordan, which has had a peace treaty with Jerusalem since 1994. It is raising hopes that Egypt, Israel and Jordan will eventually become part of a single natural gas grid.



    For Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, gas offers a chance to advance his foreign policy goal of turning former Arab foes into economic partners, while creating long-term relationships between ministers and executives.

    He wants to be on better terms with Arab countries that share Jerusalem’s concerns about Iranian regional aggression, and says he need not wait for a political solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Last month, after unveiling a secret visit to Oman, the prime minister told reporters the Arab world was “hungry” for Israeli innovation and trade.

    But his energy ambitions are stirring opposition in other sections of Israeli society and abroad.

    Residents who live near rambling northern beaches inside nature reserves are demanding that the gas infrastructure be placed further out at sea.

    Security hawks have demanded that Israel keep the gas for its own use, which would stretch the supplies for at least 50 years, if not more. In September, thousands of environmentalists protested near the Israeli parliament, but by January, a $3bn platform being built in Texas will arrive 10km off Israel’s coast to begin the first phase of extraction intended for exports.

    Equally sensitive is the public reception in Arab nations to doing business with Israel. Mr Steinitz’s meetings with Egyptian officials were mostly kept quiet, if not exactly secret, because Israel is still viewed with great suspicion there, despite a 1979 peace treaty.

    In Jordan protests have broken out at the pipeline’s construction site and elsewhere over the fact that the deal normalises relations with Israel. Just last month, Jordan refused to renew a small part of its peace treaty, reportedly over its disapproval of Israeli actions towards the Palestinians.

    But Jordan remains less troublesome than other local options. An underwater pipeline running to Turkey past Lebanon and Syria would have been politically complicated and fraught with the risk of sabotage.

    Israel’s regulatory framework for energy is also problematic. The country needed billions of dollars of foreign funding to develop its gasfields because local companies did not have the expertise, said Charles Ellinas, a non-resident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center. But volatile regulations make overseas investors wary. Mr Steinitz said a new gas framework finalised in 2017 was the final word, but investors remained wary. “You can never be assured that within Israel the gas regulation is stable,” said Mr Ellinas.

    Mr Steinitz said there was no need to worry. The possibilities were underlined, he said, by a September deal in which Delek, along with Noble Energy of Houston and an Egyptian company, joined forces to spend $500m on a controlling stake in an idled pipeline between Egypt and Israel, which they will reverse to get gas flowing east.

    The pipeline deal was announced after a two-hour meeting between Mr Netanyahu and Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in New York (Mr Steinitz said the two things were not related).

    For Yossi Abu, Delek Drilling’s chief executive, the commercial promise of the pipeline deal is more important than its potential political benefits. “Some countries try to create ties by a political project that doesn’t have an economic basis — but that’s just a photo op. Here, the focus is just economics — that’s a win-win,” he said.

    Despite Mr Steinitz’s optimism on Egypt, he is championing a more ambitious European plan: a $7bn deep-sea pipeline from Israel to Cyprus and then onwards to Italy. That’s a more natural, long-term fit for Israel — and less likely to be held hostage to regional politics, he said.

    “Israel and Cyprus — we are two western-style democracies, members of the OECD, one of us is a member of the EU,” he added, arguing that the pipeline would help Europe reduce its reliance on British and Dutch gasfields. “We can become a reliable replacement for the northern stream, but only if we can build that pipeline.”

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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    Another update

    Noam Chomsky Warns of the Rise of ‘Judeo-Nazi Tendencies’ in Israel

    “Take Gaza. If you are going to place two million people in a concentration camp, which is in effect what it is, and put them under a vicious siege, you have to ask yourself; am I justified in doing this? People who try to oppose it are traitors, Arab lovers and so on. You have seen this phenomenon in European history, I don’t have to give you examples,” – Noam Chomsky

    Prominent Jewish intellectual Noam Chomsky has raised concerns over what he believes is the rise of “Judeo-Nazi tendencies” in Israel. Speaking to i24NEWS last week, the renowned political dissident, linguist and scholar repeated warnings given by Yeshayahu Leibowitz, an Israeli public intellectual, biochemist and polymath, concerning the dehumanizing effect of Israel’s brutal occupation of Palestine on the victims and the oppressors.

    Chomsky commented on remarks by Leibowitz who was nominated for the Israel Prize saying that “Leibowitz warned that if the occupation continues, Israeli Jews are going to turn into what he called, Judeo-Nazis”. Chomsky recognized the description was a “strong term” and that most people wouldn’t be able to get away with describing Israel in this manner but explained that Leibowitz’s status meant that he was able to speak about Israel without incurring fury.

    Leibowitz who passed away in 1994 in Jerusalem, cautioned that the state of Israel and Zionism had become more sacred than Jewish humanist values and controversially went on to describe Israeli conduct in occupied Palestinian territories as “Judeo-Nazi” in nature.

    Outraged by Israel’s killing of 60 villagers of Qibya in 1953, most of whom were women and children by the notorious Israeli commando Unit 101, known for its brutality and retribution campaigns, Leibowitz has been quoted as saying:

    We have to ask ourselves where this youth of ours emerged from; young people who had no mental inhibitions about committing this atrocity? What inner motivation for such acts could have been at work here? This youth is not a mob but the product of Zionist, humanist social education.

    Echoing Leibowitz, Echoing Leibowitz, Chomsky said: “If you have your jackboot on somebody’s neck, you have to find a way to justify it.” Repeating Leibowitz’s warning he added that “blaming the victim was a direct reflection of the continued occupation, the humiliation of people, the degradation, and the terrorist attacks by the Israeli government”.

    The former MIT linguist said that being critical of the occupation in Israel today means being labeled a traitor, a phenomenon which has caused the left to virtually disappear from the political spectrum. He pointed to opposition to the situation in the Gaza Strip, which he likened to a concentration camp, as an example of the delegitimization of the left.

    “Take Gaza. If you are going to place two million people in a concentration camp, which is in effect what it is, and put them under a vicious siege, you have to ask yourself; am I justified in doing this? People who try to oppose it are traitors, Arab lovers and so on. You have seen this phenomenon in European history, I don’t have to give you examples,” Chomsky said.

    Speaking about a common myth in Israeli society that a military presence in the West Bank is necessary for security reasons, Chomsky dismissed that idea saying that the opposite is true; that “a military occupation” of the West Bank only endangers Israel’s security. “Ask any Israeli strategic analysts. They all understand that occupation of the West Bank is a threat to Israeli security.”

    Chomsky went on to present a number of incidents where Arab leaders have offered Israel peace in return for withdrawal from the West Bank, all rejected by Israel. Israel, he told, i24NEWS is deliberately choosing expansion over security.

    https://www.mintpressnews.com/noam-c...israel/251746/

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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    Salaam

    No doubt the Bibi will be pleased.





    Saudi Arabia targets Palestinians in Israel with latest Mecca ban

    Saudi Arabia has banned Palestinians and Israeli Muslims from entering the country with temporary passports, ending their chance to make the pilgrimage to Islam’s holiest site, Mecca. Practicing Muslims are supposed to try to get to Mecca once in their lives, if possible, for the Hajj or Umrah pilgrimages. Given that Israel and Saudi Arabia don’t officially have diplomatic relations, Palestinians in Israel have to apply for temporary Jordanian passports to go to Mecca.

    However, in the latest of a series of moves limiting Palestinians’ access to the Kingdom, these temporary passports will no longer be accepted.

    Palestinian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon, as well as those living in Israel-occupied East Jerusalem, were recently banned from getting visas. The increased travel restrictions now affect almost 3 million Palestinians.

    “The decision is affecting every Arab and Muslim who has the right to worship.” Jordanian MP Said Abu Mahfouz told Middle East Eye.

    About 6,600 people from East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza went on the Hajj in 2017, and up to 70,000 make Umrah throughout each year.

    Saudi-Israel agreement?

    Haaretz reports that Jordanian officials and members of the Israeli Hajj committee have said the move could be a way for Saudi Arabia to begin allowing Muslim Israeli citizens to travel to Saudi Arabia, as part of a warming alliance between the two countries.

    Meanwhile, a Jordanian diplomatic source confirmed to Middle East Eye that the move is part of an agreement with Israel to end the “Palestinian identity and the right of return for refugees.”

    Palestinians in East Jerusalem have been told they could apply for a temporary passport from the Palestinian Authority, which runs the West Bank, to get a Saudi visa. However, this could affect their legal status.

    After Israel annexed East Jerusalem in the 1967 war, residents were recognized as East Jerusalem residents – but should they obtain passports from the PA, this could be used to revoke their East Jerusalem residency and strengthen the Israeli hope of claiming all of the disputed city as its capital.

    Saudi Arabia’s official line on diplomatic relations with Israel is that the latter must first withdraw from the territories it seized during the 1967 Six Day War: the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza, the Sinai Peninsula, and Golan Heights.

    https://www.rt.com/news/443455-saudi...tinians-mecca/
    Once upon a time the Saudi didnt give visas to people who visited Israel. Now they dont give visas to Palestinians for hajj...Disgusting...
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    Salaam

    No doubt the Bibi will be pleased.





    Saudi Arabia targets Palestinians in Israel with latest Mecca ban

    Saudi Arabia has banned Palestinians and Israeli Muslims from entering the country with temporary passports, ending their chance to make the pilgrimage to Islam’s holiest site, Mecca. Practicing Muslims are supposed to try to get to Mecca once in their lives, if possible, for the Hajj or Umrah pilgrimages. Given that Israel and Saudi Arabia don’t officially have diplomatic relations, Palestinians in Israel have to apply for temporary Jordanian passports to go to Mecca.

    However, in the latest of a series of moves limiting Palestinians’ access to the Kingdom, these temporary passports will no longer be accepted.

    Palestinian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon, as well as those living in Israel-occupied East Jerusalem, were recently banned from getting visas. The increased travel restrictions now affect almost 3 million Palestinians.

    “The decision is affecting every Arab and Muslim who has the right to worship.” Jordanian MP Said Abu Mahfouz told Middle East Eye.

    About 6,600 people from East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza went on the Hajj in 2017, and up to 70,000 make Umrah throughout each year.

    Saudi-Israel agreement?

    Haaretz reports that Jordanian officials and members of the Israeli Hajj committee have said the move could be a way for Saudi Arabia to begin allowing Muslim Israeli citizens to travel to Saudi Arabia, as part of a warming alliance between the two countries.

    Meanwhile, a Jordanian diplomatic source confirmed to Middle East Eye that the move is part of an agreement with Israel to end the “Palestinian identity and the right of return for refugees.”

    Palestinians in East Jerusalem have been told they could apply for a temporary passport from the Palestinian Authority, which runs the West Bank, to get a Saudi visa. However, this could affect their legal status.

    After Israel annexed East Jerusalem in the 1967 war, residents were recognized as East Jerusalem residents – but should they obtain passports from the PA, this could be used to revoke their East Jerusalem residency and strengthen the Israeli hope of claiming all of the disputed city as its capital.

    Saudi Arabia’s official line on diplomatic relations with Israel is that the latter must first withdraw from the territories it seized during the 1967 Six Day War: the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza, the Sinai Peninsula, and Golan Heights.

    https://www.rt.com/news/443455-saudi...tinians-mecca/
    They should ban Shias and Iranians
    The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond


    يا قافلة الخير
    "The Persian aggression against Iraq was a result of the arrogant, racialist and evil attitudes of the ruling clique in Iran."
    -Saddam Hussein Abd al-Majid at-Tikriti -
    العراق جمجمة العرب ورمح الله في الأرض



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