Image is by Mahmoud Al Tamimi, 11. ‘’Art for Peace’’ project for Jerusalem children in Jerusalem.
The mere thought of Hamas and Fatah finally burying the hatchet has caused sleepless nights for the zioright in Israel. The possibility of a unified Palestine, leading to an end to the Occupation has been their biggest nightmare since the creation of the state of Israel.

Fear of Peace … or is it the fear of losing the 3.5 BILLION Dollar$ a year which the American taxpayer unwillingly GIVES to Israel is great cause for alarm. What if there no longer is an ‘enemy’? What if a United Palestine achieves the Statehood they have been waiting for since 1948? For sure, unity will lead to statehood, statehood will lead to the end of the occupation, BOTH will lead to Peace. Can Israel live with these results?

The zio press seems to think otherwise; An Editorial in Today’s Jerusalem Post raises many invalid points regarding these matters…

The question of Palestinian Statehood is the greatest fear as can be seen in THIS ultra right column…

According to THIS article in the more moderate Daily Forward, White House: Palestinian Unity Government Must Renounce Terror, Accept Israel …. What about Israel renouncing terror and accepting Palestine? Why has this become a one sided issue as far as the Obama Administration is concerned?

Israel’s Left Wing Haretz raises a completly different viewpoint …. Israel can redeem itself by recognizing a Palestinian state, It can be read HERE.

ANOTHER REPORT from HaAretz raises Netanyahu’s concerns Netanyahu presses for U.S. action over Fatah-Hamas dealCan you imagine a war free zone in the Middle East? Can you imagine an Israel and a Palestine acting as good neighbours, both recognising each other’s ‘place in the sun’?



  1. Free Palestine said,

    April 29, 2011 at 16:42

    We know that Palestinians most certainly want to live in peace. Obviously many Israelis just want peace too. But do the Zionists really want peace with the Palestinians? Israel gets a lot of attention and military funding by constantly playing the victim which peace would jeopardize.

    It’s unreasonable to expect anything less than pre-1967 borders to define the new state of Palestine. That’s what most Palestinians want. But Zionists don’t want that. Could Zionists live with Judea, Samaria, and the Old City in another country? What about the Jewish settlements? What about the right of return? What about IDF along the Jordan River? I wouldn’t let the settlements stay if they were going to have a wall around them and continue building and maintain a military presence. What about the Arab Israelis? That’s their home over there but the racist Israeli youth would try and force them to leave.

    Perhaps when Israel always says that many Palestinians (not just referring to Hamas here) don’t recognize their right to exist they mean it as they don’t recognize Israel as a unified single state. That solution would never work though, again because of Zionists.

  2. Harry said,

    April 29, 2011 at 17:58

    “We must define our position and lay down basic principles for a settlement. Our demands should be moderate and balanced, and appear to be reasonable. But in fact they must involve such conditions as to ensure that the enemy rejects them. Then we should manoeuvre and allow him to define his own position, and reject a settlement on the basis of a compromise solution. We should then publish his demands as embodying unreasonable extremism.” – General Yehoshafat Harkabi, Ma’ariv, 2 November 1973.

    “The state of Israel must invent dangers, and to do this it must adopt the methods of provocation and revenge…. And above all, let us hope for a new war with the Arab countries so that we may finally get rid of our troubles and acquire our space.” — From the diary of Moshe Sharett, Israeli’s first Foreign Minister from 1948-1956, and Prime Minister from 1954-1956.

    “We came here to a country that was populated by Arabs and we are building here a Hebrew, a Jewish state; instead of the Arab villages, Jewish villages were established. You even do not know the names of those villages, and I do not blame you because these villages no longer exist. There is not a single Jewish settlement that was not established in the place of a former Arab Village.” – Moshe Dyan, March 19, 1969, speech at the Technion in Haifa, quoted in Ha’aretz, April 4, 1969.

    “Among ourselves, it must be clear that there is no place in the country for both peoples together. With the Arabs we shall not achieve our aim of being an independent people in this country. The only solution is Eretz-Israel, at least the west part of Eretz-Israel, without Arabs . . . And there is no other way but to transfer the Arabs from here to the neighbouring countries. Transfer all of them, not one village or tribe should remain . . .” –Joseph Weitz, entry in his diary for 1940 (quoted in his article: ‘A solution to the Refugee Problem: An Israeli State with a small Arab Minority’, published in Davar, 29 September, 1967.

  3. April 29, 2011 at 21:28

    Great article! Great musical clip and very moving epilogue at the end of the clip!
    I have always loved that song and it’s more relevant today than it was in the 70’s at it’s debut.
    Great Work!

  4. Adam Neira said,

    April 29, 2011 at 23:43

    Very powerful video. It is true that some people are so enamoured of violence they are lost. An over interest in a pathology is a pathology in intself. This applies to many groups. The thing is at the moment some people are showing a greater inclination to peacemaking and trust-building than others. G-d wants a certain form of sovereignty to reign from Jerusalem. Thsi structure will be of benefit to the Jewish people and all of humankind.

  5. I am not amused said,

    April 30, 2011 at 06:53

    There’s big money in murdering and killing people. Tragically war is big business.

    I guess let them have some cheese with their whine.

    I am an American and we need some trials for teason. (NO – It is literally treason what \my government is doing) Not to mention collusion to very henious criminal activity over there. Yes they are and yes it is. All lies and crappy excuses and bribes (er-justificatons) and blackmail aside.

    Good for them.

    Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall see god.

    As true today as it ever was.

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