“A Jewish state, what is that supposed to mean?,
You can call yourselves as you like but I don’t accept it and I say so publicly.”
For those of us who know better, the Palestinian leadership, whether it be in Ramallah or in Hamastan (Gaza), do not, and will not recognize the Jewish character of the Jewish state of Israel, and more than many of the Muslims and Leftists of Europe will recognize the Judeo-Christian character of a Judeo-Christian Europe.
That is why both mainstream Leftism and Islam make such great bed partners, both loathe the same enemy, and both are willing to subvert the European continent in any way possible. Here’s an excerpt from a recent essay by the anti-Islamization commentator, Fjordman:
The most dangerous people by far are those running the European Union, who are busy dismantling European civilization and enlarging the borders of the EU to include the Middle East and North Africa, thus flooding their own countries with tens of millions of Muslims and other hostile aliens without consulting the native population.
This makes the EU the largest criminal entity on the planet, preoccupied with destroying an entire continent, dismantling the greatest civilization that has ever existed and replacing the native population with others. I have described this in my book Defeating Eurabia , which is available online.
Next to the EU, the most dangerous people are the Leftists all over the Western world who are waging a Jihad to destroy their own civilization and have teamed up with Muslims to achieve this goal. Unlike neo-Nazis, these people are not only far more numerous but socially accepted and disproportionately represented in the media and the education system, where they systematically silence “racist” dissenters by destroying their livelihoods and reputations.
They use an imaginary “far-Right” threat to crush people they don’t like. According to Dr Aidan Rankin, “anti-Fascism” is the new Fascism. The so-called anti-racists and Multiculturalists are aggressors with totalitarian leanings; the people they unfairly attack are victims of a failed social experiment and one of the greatest betrayals in history. MORE HERE.
The Tundra Tabloids kids not, the current strategy for the Islamization of Europe is predicated upon the internalization of the Arab narrative to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Creating a distinct break from Christian Europe’s Judaic roots, is part of the Islamizing project. It’s another reason why there was a major push, after the return of Yasser Arafat to the Disputed Territories, to rename dhimmi Christian Arab leaders to head the local branches of those Christian churches in both Israel and in the Palestinian controlled areas, and why Christian replacement theology is making a big comeback in those Arab run dioceses. KGS
Ramallah, 27 April (AKI) – Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas on Monday dismissed calls by Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to recognise Israel as a Jewish state. He also said a halt to Israel’s continuing expansion of illegal Jewish settlements inside the West Bank was a prerequisite for resuming peace talks.
“A Jewish state, what is that supposed to mean?,” said Abbas, quoted by Israeli media. “You can call yourselves as you like, but I don’t accept it and I say so publicly.”
He also said it was not his job to define or name the Israeli state.
“Name yourself, it’s not my business. Name yourself the Hebrew Socialist Republic. All I know is that there is the state of Israel, in the borders of 1967, not one centimetre more, not one centimetre less. Anything else, I do not accept.”
Many observers believe the so called ‘green line’ – the pre-1967 Six-Day War ceasefire line between Israel and Jordan – should be the basis for an international border between Israel and the West Bank in the creation of a future Palestinian state.
Israeli daily Haaretz said last week that Netanyahu wanted to impose the precondition of recognition of Israel as a Jewish state in order to resume peace negotiations.
However, it is believed such recognition would block the Palestinians demand for the “right of return” of millions of refugees who fled or were expelled by Jewish forces, during the establishment of Israel in 1948 and subsequent wars. The refugees are now scattered throughout the Middle East.