May 29, 2007

The Arab claim to Palestine is false

The Arabs have deceived the world for decades with their mendacious protests that their land has been "stolen" from them. One might take such proclamations seriously if it came from a pacifist people such as the Tibetans, who had quietly inhabited their land for ages before it was seized by the Communist Chinese in 1950.

The claim is laughable coming from the Arabs, who in the early Middle Ages conquered and reduced to slavery and penury ancient peoples and civilizations stretching from the borders of Persia to the Atlantic; who in 1947 rejected an Arab state in Palestine alongside a Jewish state and sought to obliterate the nascent Jewish state; who never called for a distinct Palestinian Arab state until the creation of the terrorist PLO in 1964—sixteen years after the founding of the state of Israel and three years before the Six Day War in 1967; and who to this moment continue to seek Israel's destruction, an object that would be enormously advanced by the creation of the manufactured entity of "palestine", the Arab state they demand.

With the exception of Egypt, all the countries of the Middle East are artificial creations. After World War I, England and France carved up the Ottoman Empire, with England retaining what are now Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Israel and Iraq, and France being in possession of what are now Syria and Lebanon.

The Arab claim to sovereign rights west of the Jordan is only humored because of a fatal combination of world need for Arab oil, leftist Political Correctness, that has cast the Israelis as "oppressors," and, of course, good old Jew-hatred.

Don't for once think that the blood of Jews is cheaper than the blood of a Syrian's or the blood of a Brit's. Israel has every right to defend herself and her land against Islam - which is not a religion - but a code of life, and a barbaric one at that.

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