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HOW OSLO CAUSED TERRORISM……..

 

Norwegian faux humanitarian ‘do-gooder’ fingerprints all over it.

It’s one the main reasons (IMHO) why successive Norwegian governments have a hate for Israel. Oslo’s failure to examine its own role in the Oslo Accords failure -which embodied the farcical supposition that Islamonazis can be negotiated with- has led to their highly irrational policies vis-a-vis the Jewish state.

H/T: Brian of London

Israeli police officer looks at a damaged bus after an explosion in Tel Aviv

“If he’s blaming murders by Palestinians on the Jewish people, that’s borderline evil,” Indor accused.
In fact, he said, the Oslo Accords led directly to terrorism.
The first issue was transferring control over security, including counter-terror operations, to the hands of the Palestinian Authority, he said. While there was a precedent of sorts – Israel had transferred much of the responsibility for security in southern Lebanon to the South Lebanon Army – the situation with the PA was different, because it gave the PA far more autonomy than the SLA had, he said.
The fact that the PA army was primarily Muslim while the SLA was Christian was also a factor, he said.

Terror Victims’ Group: Here’s How Oslo Caused Terrorism

Terror victims’ group responds to claim that Oslo Accords didn’t bring on terror war. ‘Blaming Arab violence on Jews is borderline evil.’

On Wednesday, Arutz Shevapublished an interview with Dr. Yair Hirschfeld, one of the architects of the Oslo Accordsprocess, who argued that the accords did not cause the wave of deadly terrorism that hit Israel shortly afterward.

His argument aroused many responses. Among those who responded was Meir Indor, head of the Almagor group for victims of terrorism, who rebutted Hirschfeld’s claims with a detailed analysis of how, exactly, the Oslo process caused terrorism.

Speaking to Arutz Sheva, Indor slammed Hirschfeld’s claims as misleading, but added that he believes Hirschfeld believes what he is saying. “There are dreamers. They aren’t bad people at heart, but when a person is locked in to a certain concept, he comes to accept evil,” he said.

What particularly angered Indor was Hirschfeld’s argument that two murders carried out by Jews – Baruch Goldstein’s shooting targeting Muslim worshipers in Hevron and the assassination of then-Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin – were among the true causes of the “Intifada” violence.

“If he’s blaming murders by Palestinians on the Jewish people, that’s borderline evil,” Indor accused.

In fact, he said, the Oslo Accords led directly to terrorism.

The first issue was transferring control over security, including counter-terror operations, to the hands of the Palestinian Authority, he said. While there was a precedent of sorts – Israel had transferred much of the responsibility for security in southern Lebanon to the South Lebanon Army – the situation with the PA was different, because it gave the PA far more autonomy than the SLA had, he said.

The fact that the PA army was primarily Muslim while the SLA was Christian was also a factor, he said.

“How can you put foreign, hostile armed forces in the tiny space between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean, and allow it to bring in weapons and to train some 13,000 officers? We built this monster with our own hands,” Indor said.

The PA “security control” not only did not slow terrorism, but had the opposite effect, he noted – more than three times as many Israelis were murdered by terrorists after the Oslo Accords as were killed in the “First Intifada” wave of terrorism, when the IDF still patrolled the entirety of Judea, Samaria and Gaza.

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