No Nation Gives up on Its Homeland

Responding to the illegal Arab construction, Akunis, Science Minister Ofir Akunis (Likud), declared that "a Palestinian state will not be established here."

"There is no nation that gives up on its homeland - and no nation gives up on its security," emphasized the minister. "If we won't be here, Hamas and (Islamic) Jihad terrorists will sit here."

"I'm happy to see that my consistent position opposing the two-state plan is understood today, also by the international community."

Dagan also spoke about the two-state solution and the ongoing construction freeze in the region, saying, "Those who want to prevent a Palestinian state need to help us build. No one is doing us favors. We are the delegates of the majority of the people of Israel who time and again make a clear statement in the elections."

... Akunis last October called on the government to adopt the 2012 Levy Report, which proved the Jewish presence in Judea and Samaria is legal according to international law.

...Despite having been commissioned by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, two consecutive coalition governments headed by him have yet to adopt the Levy Report, leading many to ask why the ostensibly right-wing government is not taking action on the report.

Does the World Really Care About Palestinians?

The video of Palestinian Authority (PA) police officers brutally beating a young Palestinian boy (see below) forces us to once again raise the question: Does the world really care about the Palestinians?

...Imagine had a group of IDF soldiers or Israeli police officers administered this particular beating. A special session UN Security Council hearing, American and European condemnations, and threats of International Criminal Court lawsuits would not be long in coming. To say nothing of the widespread global media attention the incident would elicit.

...If Israel wasn’t involved, would the Palestinians garner any attention at all? Does the world give any thought to the hundreds and thousands of Palestinians that are routinely abused by Hamas, Fatah and any number of other Palestinian armed groups?

Food for Thought by Steven Shamrak

There are several countries (United States, Germany etc…) claiming that they are friends of Israel. Strangely, on every important policy issue for Israel, like the nuclear negotiations with Iran, Jewish rights to live in Judea and Samaria, and fake Palestinian refugees, they consistently disagree with Israel and support enemies of the Jewish state morally, diplomatically and financially. True friendship is unconditional!

Why is Israel Helping an Enemy to Survive?

Israel is formulating an economic aid plan for the Palestinian Authority. The main sections in the plan will include allowing Palestinian real estate developers and contractors to begin construction projects in Israel, meaning that Israel will allow the entry of other Palestinians besides construction workers. In addition, the Palestinians will be allowed to study and undergo training periods in high-tech companies in Israel. Another step that will be part of the same package of benefits is to allow Palestinian Arab doctors to intern in Israeli hospitals. (When will this self-destructive stupidity end?)


The Iranian ambassador to Lebanon, Mohammad Fateh Ali, recently announced that his country would pay $7,000 to the family of any terrorist killed in the recent wave of terror, and an additional $30,000 to any family whose house was destroyed in response. In his statement Fateh Ali also called on Lebanon to join the fight against Israel, promising: "the martyrs' blood will release the entire Palestine, from the river to the sea" (It is long overdue to “release” Israel from the murderous enemy population and re-unite Eretz-Israel!)

The White House is anti-Israel as Usual!

Obama said the administration will not fight efforts to boycott, divest and sanction the state over its occupation of Judea and Samaria (it is Arab occupation of Jewish land). During this election year, Democratic leadership on Capitol Hill joined Republicans to rebuke the Obama administration for its decision not to enforce part of a law that would penalize US trading partners boycotting products originating in Israeli-controlled territories.

Circle of Wars Can be Stopped

Despite 'unprecedented quiet' on the Gaza border, the IDF knows Hamas is growing in power and rebuilding its tunnels, and Israel’s security forces are readying to combat that. Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said that Israel is preparing for the possibility of another war against Hamas in Gaza. (The idiocy could be resolved once and for all by swift removal of enemy population from Gaza, followed by annexation of the strip by Israel!)

Abbas Rebuffs Kerry’s Appeal to Cool Palestinian Terror

US Secretary of State John Kerry came away empty-handed from his latest meeting with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmud Abbas (Abu Mazen) in Amman on Sunday, February 21. A senior member of Kerry’s entourage said: “Abbas obviously thinks that terrorism in its present form serves his policy, although he won’t admit as much in public.” The source described the US Secretary’s mood after this encounter as “disappointed and shocked.” (Kerry wasn’t even asking to stop terror just ‘cool’ it!)

Netanyahu Blames Courts for His Failure

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lamented his inability to deport the families of terrorists, arguing that courts were misinterpreting the Geneva Conventions’ provisions regarding population transfers. (Be a leader of the Nation, not a wimp, controlled by a Left infested system!)

Admission of Unfriendly Pressure on Israel

US President Barack Obama has warned his Chinese counterpart, President Hu Jintao, during the American’s visit to Beijing a month ago that the United States would not be able to keep Israel from attacking Iranian nuclear installations for much longer. As US attempted to convince the Chinese to support strict sanctions on Tehran if it does not accept Western proposals for its nuclear program.

Soldiers Must Take Guns on Leave

IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eizenkot issued an order according to which all soldiers who go on leave must take along their guns. The order was issued following a terror attack in which First Sergeant Tuvia Yanai Weissman was murdered when he tried to stop a terror attack barehanded.

PA Recruiting Children Terrorists as young as 11

Currently, Israel is holding 420 Palestinians under the age of 18 for alleged attacks in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, according to Israeli Prison Service statistics. This has increased by more than 60% since violence erupted in October. The youngest is 11-year-old Ali Alqam, who is charged with wounding a security guard in an October knife attack at a Jerusalem light rail station. Four other prisoners are 12 or 13.

Israel's Natural Gas Potential Tripled

The Energy Ministry has tripled its estimate of the volume of still-undiscovered natural gas and there is a potential for 6.6 billion barrels of oil in Israeli waters.

Quote of the Week:

“Some of us imagined that a misunderstanding had occurred, that because the Arabs did not understand our intentions, they opposed us, but, if we were to make clear to them how modest and limited our aspirations are, they would then stretch out their arms in peace. This too is a fallacy that has been proved so time and again... But an agreement with Arabs outside the Land of Israel is also a delusion... Thus we conclude that we cannot promise anything to the Arabs of the Land of Israel or the Arab countries. Their voluntary agreement is out of the question...” - Vladimir Jabotinsky, "The Iron Wall"He came to this conclusion in spite of his deep desire to live in peace with Arabs!

Eulogy for the Oslo Accords

by Steven Shamrak

On September 28th the world was supposed to celebrate, but conveniently forgot, the anniversary of the Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement, widely known as the Oslo Accords. Three political stooges Yasser Arafat, Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Perez received the Nobel Peace prize for signing this worthless piece of paper, which was based on fake promises made by Yasser Arafat in a letter to the Prime Minister of Israel, Rabin on 9 September, 1993.

In this letter Yasser Arafat promised: “The PLO considers that the signing of the Declaration of Principles constitutes an historic event, inaugurating a new epoch of peaceful coexistence, free from violence and all other acts which endanger peace and stability. Accordingly, the PLO renounces the use of terrorism and other acts of violence and will assume responsibility over all PLO elements and personnel in order to assure their compliance, prevent violations and discipline violators.”

It was particularly not convenient to celebrate the dead accord when Mahmoud Abbas came to the UN and put the final nail in its coffin, unilaterally abandoning the principles of negotiation and undermining stability of the peace process.

Due to enormous political pressure exhorted on Israel by the Clinton administration to sign the agreement, many parts of it were deliberately written ambiguously to make it open to interpretation. Israel was prepared to allowed limited autonomy to the non-Jewish populations of Judea, Samaria and Gaza, but PLO was determined to obtain statehood as the first step towards future territorial expansion with the inclusion of the land of Israel and possibly Jordan, as part of Palestine.

Many promises were made clearly but deceitfully by Arafat and never delivered:

1. Terror attacks on Israel have never stopped.

2. PA regularly sabotaged negotiations, endangering peace and stability by breaking them and calling for international pressure on Israel.

3. Terrorists of Fatah, Hamas and other Islamic organisations have been freely conducting their bloody business. Often, the terrorist actions were coordinated by PA to meet its political aim. (cont. see below)

When the Oslo agreement was signed several important undertakings were promised by PLO, but not delivered by Arafat and Abbas:

  1. Israel is still not legally recognised by the Palestinian Authority or by any major organisations like PLO or Hamas.

2.  New entity is supposed to be a democracy. After the last election, which Hamas won, Abbas illegally retained control of the PA and the next election is long overdue. Therefore, the current PA leadership is not legitimate nor democratically elected representatives of so-called Palestinians.

3.  Article XI, 1:  “The two sides view the West Bank and the Gaza Strip as a single territorial unit” - At the moment there are two defacto governing bodies: PA, Fatah controlled, in Judea and Samaria and Hamas in Gaza.

4. Terrorist attack on Israel has never stopped. Israel was forced to build a wall around the West Bank to stop suicide bombers, who were mainly recruited by Fatah. Gaza was sealed due to terror attacks instigated by Hamas.

5.  Article XXII, 2: “Israel and the Council will ensure that their respective educational systems contribute to the peace between the Israeli and Palestinian peoples and to peace in the entire region” - PA has never stopped anti-Israel propaganda! Martyrdom is glorified in the press and in mosques, kindergartens and schools by both Fatah and Hamas.

The Oslo agreement expired several years ago. It had not brought peace, but exposed lies and treachery. Instead of negotiating peace, the PA regularly walked from the negotiation table in pursuit of hypocritical international support in order to pressure Israel for more concessions, giving nothing in return.

This agreement was dead on arrival! It must be viewed by Israel as a lesson, which many terror experts insist on: “Never negotiate with terrorists!” So-called Palestinian people are the fake nation which was forged by Arabs in 1964 in order to destroy Israel. They are not interested in peace with Israel. They are occupiers of Jewish land!

Israel must realise that the only way to resolve the conflict is to utilise self-reliance and determination to end the occupation of Jewish land by Arabs and so-called Palestinians. The painful experience of the peace process has proven one obvious point - Arabs will never have peace with Israel! Israel has done everything possible to accommodate the peace with this terror infested entity. Any other country or nation would not even bother. Therefore, it is time to reclaim our land, transfer the enemy population to Sinai or to other numerous Arabs states, those who claim to care so much about “poor Palestinians”. (Why not them? - In order to have peace, Israel forcibly removed 8,500 Jews from Gaza. It did not stop terror attacks. The PA insists that all Jews must be removed from Judea and Samaria! So why not remove them from Jewish land instead?) This is the only option Israel has. The alternative is annihilation!

Arabs respect strong opponents. It is integral to their national makeup. When Israel demonstrated its military superiority it was respected not just by Arab states, but by most countries, including the Soviet Union. It is time to stop being “a little ghetto Jew”, end the policy of appeasement of international anti-Semitic bigots who will never be content with Jews, and stand up for our own rights.

Palestine is the Eretz-Israel - Land of Israel! It is the Jewish ancestral land, which was promised to Jews by G-d and even by resolution of the League of Nation in 1922. It is time to take it back!