Facts about Long Forgotten Oslo Accords

The agreement established a timetable for the Middle East peace process. It planned for an interim Palestinian government in Gaza and Jericho in the West Bank. It also included provisions for the complete withdrawal of Israeli troops from six West Bank cities and about 450 towns. Additionally, the pact set a timetable for elections for the Palestinian Legislative Council.

The Declaration calls for:

- Israel to withdraw from Jericho and Gaza, and eventually the West Bank (Judea and Samaria).

- Five years of limited autonomy for Palestinians in those areas.

- Election of Palestinian Legislative Council within nine months.

- Establishment of a Palestinian police force.

- The question of Jerusalem was left undecided.

The Oslo Accords did not envisage creation of another state (only some autonomy) and it has not brought peace to Israel. The agreement expired a long time ago. It is time to correct the mistake! (This failure, which was signed by Israel under the great pressure from the United State, only brought an escalation of violence and terror, and it was quietly swept under carpet. It is time to realize that all enemies of the Israel and Jews use the fake Palestinians as a tool to achieve the demise of the Jewish state!)

Daily Life with the ‘Peaceful’ Neighbors

A three-month-old baby was killed and eight people injured when a car, driven by known terrorist - 21 year-old Abdur Rahman Slodi, slammed into pedestrians at a Jerusalem light railway stop. "We can confirm that this was a terrorist attack. The driver is a resident of Silwan and has a terrorist background. He has served time in jail for terror activity," said police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld. A Hamas spokesman openly welcomed news of a terror attack in Jerusalem. (Hours after a Palestinian terrorist drove his car into a crowd waiting at a light rail station in Jerusalem, the US consulate, ‘friends of Israel’, in the city issued a memo referring to the attack as a "traffic incident".)

PA Justifies and Praises Terrorist Murder of Israeli Baby

PA chief negotiator Saeb Erekat threatened Israel again with unilateral UN Security Council moves against Israel next month, and he blamed Israel for the Hamas terror attack in Jerusalem on Wednesday. "We regret all loss of life. At the same time we reiterate that the Israeli occupation of Palestine remains the main source of violence and instability in the region."

Israeli Police are not Allowed to Combat Terror

A Border Patrol officer serving in Eastern Jerusalem has for the first time revealed the police helplessness in dealing with the "silent intifada" that has been gripping the capital in recent months, as Arab rock, firebomb and even gunfire attacks rise sharply.

"We feel like our hands are tied," a combat officer revealed.

"How can it be that they have ammunition inside of Jerusalem and we are standing like dolls begging them?" asks the officer, noting on the constant incidents of shootings in the French Hill neighborhood, Kalandia, and violent riots on the Temple Mount for hours on end.

The Arab terrorism in the capital continued on Thursday, with rock-hurling terrorists attacking a kindergarten, wounding a bus driver lightly, and throwing rocks at the Jewish neighborhood of East Talpiot until police managed to disperse them.

Food for Thought by Steven Shamrak

After numerous Islamic attacks on Western targets, including killing solders in UK and Canada now, people are asking “why did they occur”. The answer is not a pleasant one - the Western governments have not been really fighting the threat of Islamic expansion and terror diligently! Support for terrorist organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas by US and EU countries sends mixed messages and is perceived as weakness by ‘true believers’. It has emboldened them in their fight against “infidels”!

Another ‘Friendly’ Snub

Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon was denied meetings with top American officials during his visit to the United States this week. While Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon did see Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and US Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power, the officials said the White House and State Department rejected Israeli proposals for meetings with Vice President Joe Biden, national security adviser Susan Rice and Secretary of State John Kerry.

Very 'Wide' Iranian Red Line

With the self-imposed deadline of November 24 looming over the negotiations between the P5+1 (the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany) and Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran’s Supreme Leader and effective ruler, outlined Iran’s 11 “Red Lines for Nuclear Talks.” These included a "red line" of retaining enough centrifuge capacity to produce approximately 38 uranium nuclear bombs per year.

Israel Provides Healthcare for the Enemies

Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv confirmed that it treated Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh's daughter. The hospital said that Haniyeh's daughter was one of over a thousand Gazans that the hospital treats every year.

UN Security Council 'Disconnected' from Israel

The United Nations voted in five countries to begin serving two-year stints on the Security Council, beginning on January 1. The good news is that the Turkey failed in its bid. The bad news is that of the five new members, two of them - Venezuela and Malaysia - do not even have diplomatic relations with Israel.

Israeli-Arab are Enemy Within

Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman called for the suspension of the Israeli-Arab soccer team Bnei Sakhnin from the Israeli Premier League and urged that strong measures be taken against it after its representatives paid tribute to former Knesset Member Azmi Bishara (Balad), who is suspected of spying for Hezbollah. (They love living in Israel but have no loyalty to the state!)

US Providing Safe Heaven for Nazis

The US government has paid dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals millions of dollars in Social Security benefits after forcing them to leave the US. Former guards at Nazi labour camps, where millions died, are among them. (Nazis were hidden in the US for many decades with the help of US officials and still benefit from US ‘friendly’ generosity!)

Ukraine Wants Israeli Drones

Ukrainian is interested in expanding military ties with the Jewish state. The call for Israeli drones by Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin comes after reports last month that a proposed sale of Israeli weapons - including drones - to Ukraine had been blocked over fear of antagonizing Russia.

Hamas Rebuilding Terror Tunnels

Military wing of Hamas, the Izz a-Din al-Qassam Brigades, is openly stating that the group is rebuilding the network of tunnels used for terror attacks. The commander of the digging team, Abu-Khaled, said that the tunnel's repairs had started "during one of the humanitarian ceasefires reached during the war."

Nuclear Talks Extensions what Iran Wants

Informal discussion of an extension beyond the self-imposed deadline - the second since talks began in January, with the aim of ending international concerns over the nature, purpose, size and scope of the Iranian program - has already started despite five weeks left on the clock. Israel has vowed to oppose a “bad” nuclear deal with all the tools at its disposal. (It looks like Western governments do not apply pressure on Iran, as they like they do to Israel - they are not interested in ending Iran’s nuclear program!)

Iran: All of Israel within Missile Range

Mohsen Ghomi, an adviser to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said, “Confronting Israel is the common goal of all Muslim countries.” “The (Islamic) Revolution’s missiles, in north and south (of Iran), cover the entire occupied territories (Israel),” said the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Maj.- Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari.

Quote of the Week:

“If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything” - Irene Dunne, a movie star (commonly attributed to Malcolm X).

Diplomatic Assault is More Dangerous than Hamas

by Michael Oren

In his address to the United Nations General Assembly, Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas proved that he is not a partner for peace.  And a Palestinian leader who accuses the State of Israel, which arose from the ashes of the Holocaust, of committing genocide in Gaza, apartheid and ethnic cleansing, has no intention of becoming a partner for peace either.

In his previous General Assembly speeches, Abbas denied the Jewish people's historical connection to the Land of Israel and Jerusalem. But this time he conveyed an unprecedented message: He does not want negotiations - not even American-brokered talks - and is not interested in durable pace based on security arrangements and mutual recognition...

Abbas' plan basically sets an impossible ultimatum for Israel: He has asked the UN Security Council to impose a nine-month period of negotiations, during which the core issues will be discussed based on the 1967 borders, without security arrangements and with a solution to the refugee problem.  If Israel refuses to accept these conditions - and there is not a single Israeli government, even a left-wing one, which will be prepared to accept them - Abbas will turn to the International Criminal Court in order to impose sanctions on Israel as an occupying force of a UN member state...

We must not forget that we are not operating in a void. The United States and President Barack Obama are currently dealing with significant threats in our region, led by ISIS. When Obama said in his UN address that the establishment of a Palestinian state was part of the war on ISIS, he was basically demonstrating how the regional challenges are only increasing the pressure on Israel...

We must not wait for the point in which we have lost control over our future. The Zionist approach is to initiate for our future.