Monday, June 18, 2007

Two States for Two Terrorist Organizations?

So let's see if we understand the set of "solutions" being bandied about
for resolving the Arab war against Israel and Jewish self-determination.

First there was the "Two-States for Two Peoples" solution, Part A. That
was the one adopted in 1921, when the eastern part of Mandatory Palestine
was separated from the western part, with the west earmarked to become a
Jewish homeland and the eastern part an Arab state, Transjordan. Then
came the "Two States for Two Peoples" solution, Part B, in 1947 when the
UN proposed created yet another Arab state and a Jewish state out of
Western Palestine. It should have been called three states for two
peoples (the Jewish and Arab peoples), or - better yet - 23 states for two
peoples (22 states for the Arab people and one state for the Jewish
people), two of those Arab states in Palestine.

Then there is the "one state solution" currently being promoted by the
Israeli self-hating Left and the Jews for a Second Holocaust, also known
as the Rwanda Solution, where western Palestine would become a single
Islamofascist terrorist state with an Arab majority and a Jewish minority,
and the Jewish minority would face a Rwanda style fate. Naturally, every
Neo-Nazi and anti-Semite on earth likes THAT solution.

Then in recent weeks the Israeli Moonbatocracy has come up with a new
idea. TWO different states for the imaginary "Palestinian people," one
for the Hamas in the Gaza Strip and the second in the West Bank for the

I kid you not.

The Israeli media are filled with people raising that as a serious
suggestion. The idea arose after the Hamas turned Gaza into a killing
field for Fat'h members. This weeks thousands of Fat'h members are
begging to be allowed to enter the genocidal Zionist entity in order to
take asylum there from the Hamas, even inside Israeli prisons, so that
their lives may be saved. (Those prisons are not so bad, by the way,
with three square meals a day and nice DVDs.) And not even a smirk of
embarrassment from all those Israel bashers long claiming that the
"Palestinians" are victims of ISRAELI brutality!

So to solve the "problems" of these po' Palestinians, the newest peace
proposal being debated should be called "Two States for two Terrorist
Organizations." There is one example of such a proposal here in Hebrew:

You know, the newest
version of Good Terrorist Bad Terrorist. Israel would make peace with the
Fat'h good terrorists in the West Bank and later this would embarrass
Hamastan into joining the peace.

Now I know what you are thinking and that is that this proposal does not
go nearly far enough. After all, if each "Palestinian" terrorist
organization is entitled to self-determination in the Lands of Israel,
then why limit things to Hamastan in Gaza, and Fat'h-land in the West

What about the terrorists of Islamic Jihad? Aren't they also in
desperate need of national self-determination? Don't they need their own
state? So I propose turning Ramat Aviv over to them, including and
especially the Tel Aviv University campus. I mean, it is not like there
will have to be a lot of changes made on campus after they take over! As
for Al-Qaida, clearly Ben Gurion University should be converted into their
new nation-state. The Hezbollah will have to settle for the University
of Haifa. The Taliban can take the Hebrew University.

Oh, there is one other conceivable alternative to all the above
"solutions", but it is not one any Israeli political leader is considering
or proposing. It is R&D = Re-Occupation and De-Nazification.

As it turns out, THAT is the only proposal that could work, and the only
one not based upon endless Oslo-style self-delusion and make-pretend.

2. Today's Funniest Story:
(from Jerusalem Post)

Looters raid Arafat's home, steal his Nobel Peace Prize


Talkbacks for this article: 68

Enraged Fatah leaders on Saturday accused Hamas militiamen of looting the
home of former Palestinian Authority chairman Yasser Arafat in Gaza City.

"They stole almost everything inside the house, including Arafat's Nobel
Peace Prize medal," said Ramallah-based Fatah spokesman Ahmed Abdel
Rahman. "Hamas militiamen and gangsters blew up the main entrance to the
house before storming it. They stole many of Arafat's documents and files,
gifts he had received from world leaders and even his military outfits."

Abdel Rahman said the attackers also raided the second floor of the house
and stole the personal belongings of his widow, Suha, and daughter, Zahwa.
"They stole all the widow's clothes and shoes," he added. "They also took
Arafat's pictures with his daughter."

Eyewitnesses told The Jerusalem Post that dozens of Palestinians
participated in the raid, which took place late Friday.

"Most of the looters were just ordinary citizens," they said. "They stole
almost everything, including furniture, tiles, water pipes, closets and

According to the Fatah spokesman, the raid on Arafat's house, which has
been empty since 2001, occurred despite promises from Syria-based Hamas
leader Khaled Mashaal to prevent such an attack.

"The Palestinian people will never forgive the Hamas gangs for looting the
home of the Palestinian people's great leader, Yasser Arafat," Abdel
Rahman said. "This crime will remain a stain of disgrace on the forehead
of Hamas and its despicable gangs."

The homes of several other Fatah leaders have also been looted over the
past few days, Palestinian reporters in Gaza City said over the weekend.
Among them are the homes of Muhammad Dahlan and Intisar al-Wazir (Um

Wazir complained that looters stole her jewelry, furniture, clothes and
family albums and the personal belongings of her husband, Khalil al-Wazir
(Abu Jihad), a top PLO leader who was assassinated by Israel in 1988 in

She said the looting occurred in broad daylight and under the watchful eye
of Hamas militiamen. "We don't feel secure any more," she said. "We fear
for our lives and property."

The Popular Resistance Committees, an alliance of various armed groups,
announced over the weekend that its men stormed Dahlan's house and
confiscated a suitcase full of gold, forged US and Pakistani passports and
an ID card belonging to Nissim Toledano, an Israeli Border Police officer
from Lod who was kidnapped and murdered by Hamas in December 1992.

Following the raid, hundreds of Palestinians rampaged the house and stole
all of Dahlan's furniture and clothes.

Dahlan and some 80 top Fatah officials are now staying in hotels in
Ramallah. On Friday night, a group of 15 senior Fatah security commanders
arrived in the city after Israel gave them permission to leave the Gaza
Strip. At least 150 other Fatah security commanders and activists have
fled to Egypt aboard fishing boats.

The Fatah officials who fled to Ramallah had been abducted by Hamas
militiamen late Thursday night and released a few hours later. They
include Jamal Kayed, commander of the PA's National Security Force; Musbah
al-Buhaisi, commander of Abbas's Presidential Guard, and his deputy,
Hamoudeh al-Sheikh; Tawfik Abu Khoussa, Fatah's spokesman in the Gaza
Strip; and Majed Abu Shamalah, a Fatah legislator.

"What's happening in the Gaza Strip these days reminds me of the first
days after the US invasion of Baghdad," said Omar al-Ghul, a columnist
from Gaza City. "In Baghdad, the Iraqis stole everything they could get
their hands on inside Iraqi ministries and institutions. And in Gaza City
the Palestinians stormed security installations and stole everything,
including windows, doors and food."

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The High Cost of Free Speech
By Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld

4. Some leading Jews for the Destruction of Israel and Murder of Jews:

5. The Eclipse of Reason:

6. Speaking of Isaac Newton:
By Jeff Jacoby
The Boston Globe

December 20, 1999

In 1665, an outbreak of plague forced Cambridge University to
temporarily close its doors. Isaac Newton, a 23-year-old mathematics
student who had just earned his B.A., returned to his family's estate
Lincolnshire, where he spent the next 18 months thinking and studying
alone. Those 18 months of study and thought are without parallel in the
past 1,000 years.

To begin with, Newton discovered the composition of light. For
centuries, the received wisdom had held that white light was
and "pure," and that colors appeared when white light was altered.
Newton overthrew the old thinking by proving that white light is a
of all colors. It is only when light rays are refracted at different
angles that colors become visible. All of modern optics builds upon
Newton's discovery.

He turned his attention to movement and inertia and worked out the
threeessential laws of motion. The first holds that bodies in motion
at rest) will stay in motion (or at rest) until acted upon by an
force. The second stated the relationship among velocity, acceleration,
and time. The most famous is the third, known to everyone: For every
action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. All of modern physics
grows out of Newton's laws.

The mathematics required to derive the laws of motion -- which
involved multiple variables with continuously changing quantities --
not exist in Newton's day. So he invented an entirely new mathematical
discipline: the calculus. (Working independently, the German scholar
Gottfried Leibniz would later devise it as well.) Modern mathematics
without the calculus is impossible to imagine.

Any of these achievements, let alone all three, would have assured
Newton's fame. But the heights he scaled were greater still.

In his garden one day, an apple really did fall. Newton pondered the
attraction that pulled it to the earth. It was a force that seemed to
operate even at great distances -- an apple dropping from the highest
tree imaginable would still hit the ground. How far out did this force
reach? All the way to -- say -- the moon? Yet the moon didn't fall to
the earth, but traveled around it instead. Why?

The problem of celestial movement vexed the intellectuals of
day. They envisioned a globe being swung on a chain, circling round and
round, centripetal force holding it in a steady orbit. Cut the chain
the circular motion immediately stops -- the globe flies off in a
straight line. But heavenly bodies don't fly off in straight lines.
Though untethered by chains, they move in fixed orbits. What makes that

Alone in Lincolnshire, reasoning and calculating, Newton solved the
puzzle by discovering the law of gravity. The same force that pulls an
apple to the ground holds distant planets in their paths. Gravitation
was the chain linking the moon to the earth, the planets to the sun. It
couldn't be seen or touched, but it could be proved with an elegant
mathematical formula. And that formula, Newton would later write,
"allows me to explain the system of the world."

For nearly 20 years, Newton told no one of his discovery. When he
finally published his great treatise on motion and gravitation, *
Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica,* or "Mathematical
Principles of Natural Philosophy," the effect was seismic. Alan Charles
Kors, the renowned scholar of Western thought at the University of
Pennsylvania, calls Newton's discovery "one of the most extraordinary
scientific syntheses in the history of the human mind."

The *Principia* rocked Western civilization, for it showed that the
universe was lawful, logical -- above all, knowable. To a deeply pious
Europe, it meant that mere mortals could perceive the very blueprint of
Creation. To study the world empirically, to understand its workings,
was to come closer to God. Newton's legacy was nothing less than the
triumph of the scientific method, and with it, the transformations of
the modern world.

In a famous couplet, Alexander Pope summarized Newton's towering

Nature and Nature's laws lay hid in night,
God said, "Let Newton be!" -- and all was light."

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