More Tips for Bibi and the World
Prime Minister Netanyahu should clearly state in his speech tonight that
PEACE must be the paramount goal of the "peace process."A "two-state solution" should only be considered if it facilitates or ensures peace. It must not be an end in itself. As it is, a "two-state solution" endangers Jewish rights in areas assigned to an Arab state.If peace is not the paramount goal, then it should not be called a "peace process." In that case, its only connection to peace would be Peace of Mind for antisemites [Judeophobes]. This is because it would --as it has so far-- facilitate the Arab murder of Jews and has worked to cancel the practice and exercise of Jewish rights, the human rights of Jews and the national rights of Jews. If "two states" would not mean peace then the "two-state solution" should be out of the question. It would be more like a Final Solution.
The Arabs ought to concede that they oppressed Jews throughout history since the Arab/Muslim Conquests of the 7th century. This is because peace is unlikely to ensue from the false perceptions of history --of the history of the Middle East and of Arab-Jewish relations-- so prevalent today. Many Arabs would be readier and more willing make peace with Israel, what Arabs call a sulha, were they to know and understand how they have enormously harmed and wounded the Jews, who yet were able to defeat them after the Holocaust. The Palestinian Authority has failed to fulfill the Road Map conditions that they stop their genocidal anti-Jewish propaganda on their TV and radio, in their newspapers, schools, mosques, etc.It should be obvious that the kind of hostile, Judeophobic agitprop commonly accepted not only among Arabs but among other Muslims, and in Western Europe and other countries, including the United States, cannot bring about real peace. Here Obama did a disservice to peace by implying or insinuating in his Cairo speech that Jews were not indigenous to the Middle East and that Israel's right to exist depends only on past oppression of Jews but on real Jewish historical roots in the Land of Israel and the Middle East [formerly called the Orient, Oriens in Latin] generally. Obama did leave open in his speech the possibility that Arabs had also oppressed and persecuted Jews in history by saying,
Around the world, the Jewish people were persecuted for centuries."Around the world" could conceivably refer to the Arab- and Muslim-ruled lands. However, in politics and diplomacy, things like this have to be made specific and not merely a possible inference from a politician's words. Politicians often like to be vague and say things that are open to varied, even contradictory, interpretations. In the Arab-Israeli situation, long subject to so many lies, not only by Arabs but by their Western and Communist friends, this kind of vagueness cannot be a real foundation for peace.
Lastly, PM Netanyahu ought to urge the Arabs, Palestinian Arabs in particular, to acknowledge the Arab role in the Holocaust, particularly that of Haj Amin el-Husseini, mufti of Jerusalem, whom we have mentioned in many previous posts. Netanyahu could say something like
It would be helpful for Arab leaders to acknowledge the role of a number of Arab leaders, including Haj Amin el-Husseini, in collaborating with the Nazis and urging them on in the Holocaust.
These proposals are made with the aim of helping to facilitate real peace between Jews and Arabs.