The Sinai Option Solution is in Consideration

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said that he had rejected an offer by former Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi to get a part of Sinai to settle the Palestinians there.

 “When the Brotherhood ruled during Mursi’s presidential term, we were offered a part of Sinai but we turned down the offer,” he said while addressing the Palestinian National Council in Ramallah...

He added that back then, Hamas and Israel were discussing taking 1000 km from Sinai to expand Gaza but he refused the plan saying: “We will not even take one centimeter from Egypt’s land.”

According to Abbas, Mursi reprimanded him for not accepting the offer...

“Eiland’s project stipulated that resolving the Palestinian cause is not only Israel’s responsibility but the responsibility of 22 other Arab states as Egypt and Jordan in particular must positively and effectively formulate a regional and multilateral solution,” said military expert Major-General Hussam Soueilam told Al Arabiya.net...

According to the Israeli project, the Palestinians would be granted 720 km2 of North Sinai that extends from Rafah in the west until Arish borders and from west Kerem Shalom border crossing until the south alongside the Egyptian-Israeli borders. (Just the willingness of Egypt to allocate land to accommodate the transfer of so-called Palestinians from Jewish land is a first step in the right direction!)

Food for Thought. by Steven Shamrak

Islamophobia, if there is such thing, as the term, was recently invented to make people of the Western world feel guilty. It only happens when Muslims are trying to impose their beliefs, views and traditions on others. Usually, they do it using force and intimidation!

More ‘Work Accidents’ Needed!

1. At least six people were killed and three more injured after a large explosion rocked the central Gaza city of Deir al-Balah on Saturday evening. Four of the dead are members of the Izz a-Din al-Qassam military wing of Gaza’s ruling Hamas terrorist organization. The six were trying to dismantle an unexploded IDF missile.

2. Idiotic Terrorists do not Care

Gaza rioters set fire to the natural gas and oil pipeline that supplies Gaza – thus destroying the very infrastructure that provides their territory with energy for their needs. (In both cases, Israel was blamed by the PA, of course!)

In UN All Equal but Israel!

Competition for two seats on the UN Security Council has eased after Israel withdrew its bid to join the 15-member body. The move means Germany and Belgium will run unopposed for a pair of non-permanent positions. Germany stands accused of violating a supposed decades-old deal that would have handed Israel a non-permanent council seat. (After Israel withdrew itself from the race Germany has said it will stand up for Israel's interests and security if it wins a non-permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council. Can we trust the liars and Iran helpers?)

Is Fordow Nuclear Site Active Again?

The photos were snapped by the Israeli EROS-B satellite show unusual activity at Iran’s underground Fordow nuclear research site in Qom. The current photos show an open entrance gate to the tunnels leading to the uranium enrichment facility, and some 30 cars and four buses parked outside. They also show progress having been made on certain structures under construction outside the facility.

Netanyahu is a Spineless Leader

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu asked AGAIN Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked not to bring the Overrule Clause for a vote at the Ministerial Committee for Legislation.

The legislation – three separate bills that would be merged later in the legislative process – seeks to severely limit the court’s ability to strike down Knesset legislation as “unconstitutional.” In the short term, it would enable lawmakers to change the laws. (The legal system of Israel is infested by leftist anti-Zionists, who have been systematically undermining government!)

Same Leader - the Same Aim!

Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas was re-elected overnight Thursday as chairman of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

Nuclear Deal was Signed on False Pretences

The trove of secret documents presented by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu clearly shows that “Iran lied” and its nuclear capabilities were “far more advanced and further along” than thought before the signing of the nuclear deal, the White House said. These facts are consistent with what the United States has long known: Iran had a robust, clandestine nuclear weapons program that it has tried and failed to hide from the world and from its own people. (The problem is that all signatory countries - European and the US, lead by Obama - knew this, but anti-Semites signed it anyway, and put Israel at risk!)

Anti-Israel Business as Usual

Less than two weeks away from the scheduled transfer of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates are pumping a quarter of a billion dollars into the Islamic Waqf and a slew of Muslim organizations in East Jerusalem. The three countries are describing the move as an act of “rescue” to finance renovations at holy sites, but Israeli officials fear their involvement will go beyond money and could spark violence. (It is long overdue for Israel to perform its own “rescue” and remove enemies from the holiest Jewish place - the Temple Mount)

Moscow is a Pragmatic Actor in Syria

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said: "What is important to understand is that the Russians, they are very pragmatic players." "At the end of the day, they are reasonable guys, it's possible to close deals with them, and we understand what is their interest," he added. "Their interest is very different from our interest but we respect their priorities," he said. "We try to avoid direct frictions and tensions."

Erdogan Calls for 'ARMY of Islam' to ATTACK Israel

Turkey’s President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) have announced they want to create an “army of Islam” to wage war against Israel. (Turkey, an Islamic country, has been supporting ISIS and killing Kurds, but it is still a NATO member state)

Message to Russia and Iran

Hours after a mysterious “earthquake” - 2.6 on the Richter scale - bunker buster missiles, which do not explode on impact but rather deep in the ground, hit bases in the Hama and Aleppo areas. Hence the “earthquake.” The base that was attacked in the Hama area belongs to the 47th Brigade of President Bashar Assad’s Syrian Army. It is reported that 26 people were killed in this attack. It looks like a coordinated Israeli-American operation to limit Iran’s military activities in Syria. The attacked site in Syria shows that 8 hangars where reportedly up to 200 Iranian Fateh-110 rockets had been stored were destroyed.

Guatemalan flag flies in Jerusalem

The Guatemalan Embassy in Israel raised the Guatemalan flag over the Embassy's new building in the Malha neighborhood of Jerusalem last week. The official ceremony marking the moving of the Embassy to Jerusalem will take place on May 16, two days after the US Embassy relocates to the capital.

A Step Toward Jewish State

Knesset gives preliminary approval to making Israel the State of the Jewish People! State of the bill includes the definition of the symbols of the State; greater and unified Jerusalem is the capital of Israel; the right of the Jewish people to self-determination in their homeland; sanctioning the right of return...

Anti-Semitic World is Never Impressed

Benjamin Netanyahu presented Iran’s nuclear program broadcast live on television. Netanyahu, like US President Donald Trump, is a long-time critic of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and wants to scupper the agreement. Two camps seem to be forming. In one side, the US and appears to be stepping away from the deal. In the other, Iran and the other signatories are trying to save it.

Powers to Declare War

A law empowering the security cabinet to authorize a war or order a substantial military operation without recourse to the full cabinet passed its second and third reading in the Knesset. The text contained a clause that vests in the prime minister and defense minister the authority to commit the country to fighting a war.

Moscow is a Pragmatic Actor in Syria

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said: "What is important to understand is that the Russians, they are very pragmatic players." "At the end of the day, they are reasonable guys, it's possible to close deals with them, and we understand what is their interest," he added. "Their interest is very different from our interest but we respect their priorities," he said. "We try to avoid direct frictions and tensions."

QUOTE of the WEEK:

“Your time is limited; don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of other's opinions drown out your own inner voice.” - Steve Jobs – This is a good advice to Benjamin Netanyahu and to most of Israeli politicians!

Have the Arabs had Enough?

by Bassam Tawil

A young Saudi man has posted videos on social media in which he calls the Palestinians "dogs" and "pigs." The man says that Saudi Arabia has provided the ungrateful Palestinians with "billions of dollars" during the past few decades. "The Palestinians," the Saudi man charges, "have been milking us for decades."

...Last July, the Saudi ambassador to Algeria, Sami Saleh, shocked many Palestinians when he described Hamas as a terror group. Hamas responded by saying that such remarks were "harmful to Saudi Arabia and its record and stances towards the Palestinian cause and the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people."

The apparent shift in Saudi Arabia's position towards the Palestinians should not come as a surprise. Like most Arab countries, the Saudis too have finally realized that the Palestinians are ungrateful and untrustworthy. Saudi Arabia and most of the Arab countries are obviously fed up with the recurring attempts by the Palestinians to blackmail them and extort money from them.

The Palestinians were ungrateful to Kuwait when they supported Saddam Hussein's invasion of the tiny emirate in 1990. Kuwait was one of the wealthy Arab countries that used to give the Palestinians millions of dollars in aid...

Before that, in Jordan, in the armed conflict known as "Black September" (1970-71), the Palestinians did the same thing until the late King Hussein ordered his army to eradicate the PLO and all the terror groups in the country...

The general feeling among the Palestinian public is that their Saudi brothers have decided to "throw them under the bus" by signing a peace treaty with Israel. ..

Most Arabs, in fact, do not seem to care about the Palestinian "cause" any more, which showed how the Arab League ministers were focusing on Iran and Hezbollah while ignoring the Palestinians.

The Palestinians are crying Wolf, Wolf! Only a few in the Arab world are listening to them. This, in a way, is encouraging and offers hope for them finally to be released from decades of repressive and corrupt governance...

The question now is whether the Saudis and the rest of the Arabs have had enough of the great Palestinian shakedown.