Saturday, October 17, 2015

Israel Must Deport the PLO

On September 13, 1993, Arafat and Rabin shook hands over the Oslo Accord in the Rose Garden. At the end of this September, the PLO’s Abbas finally officially disavowed the Oslo Accords.

The only reason the 80-year-old dictator of the PLO has a new $13 million palace, even while claiming to be short of funds, a $100 million bank account and a 1,000 member presidential guard is because of the same agreement with Israel that he just disavowed.

The PLO repeatedly violated that agreement by waging war against Israel. Its leaders, Arafat and Abbas, made a mockery of the negotiations. They sabotaged every opportunity to reach an agreement making it clear that they did not want a settlement and they did not want to negotiate.

Now Abbas has made it official. He disavowed the accords and set off a new intifada in which Muslims hack at Rabbis with meat cleavers or sink knives into the necks of teenage girls. Abbas lights the match and then plays the victim. He praises the "martyrs" who shoot toddlers and then his representative demands UN action.

This isn't going to get any better. It can only get worse. The PLO has only one trick up its sleeve and it's the same trick. There is zero chance of that changing or of the diplomats who keep the PLO in business finally recognizing that despite all the sunk cost, the PLO state can only destabilize the situation and inspire more violence. There is no solution here. Just dissolution.

There’s only one thing left for Israel to do. It’s time to deport the dictator, who barely controls half the population that he claims to represent, his 1,000 member presidential guard, his 57,000 member Presidential Security Force and the rest of his 150,000 employees who get paid retirement at fifty and many of whom have not reported to work since 2007.

It’s time to deport them all.

America, Europe and Japan have spent billions of dollars paying the salaries of terrorists who don’t even bother pretending to work. Last year their salaries amounted to around $2 billion. Those who do work spend time processing the $130 million a year that the PLO pays to convicted terrorists in Israel.

The PLO’s Palestinian Authority has a Central Elections Commission even though it has no elections. American taxpayers have invested $4.5 billion in promoting democracy in the PA in the last twenty years and there is now less democracy than there was when we first started throwing money at terrorists.

Abbas doesn’t bother running for office. He doesn’t bother negotiating with Israel. He doesn’t bother complying with the Oslo Accords. All he does is throw tantrums at the UN. And if he wants to do that on a full time basis while enjoying the best Manhattan restaurants, the terrorist dictator can buy himself a nice condo in the Turtle Bay Towers overlooking the United Nations and homeless bums shooting up heroin in Dag Hammarskjold Park Plaza.

Then he can denounce Israel weekly at the UN.

Or, better yet, give back his $100 million to the people he stole it from and give him a nice sleeping bag and a bench in Dag Hammarskjold Plaza. The drug dealing terrorists on his payroll can supply the heroin.

Deport the Fatah members who have used billions in foreign aid to build themselves a corrupt terrorist empire with fake jobs and foreign aid. Deport the government Imams who screech on its television shows for war with the Jewish “descendants of apes and pigs.” Deport the Palestinian Authority’s terrorist media corps that celebrates every brutal act of Muslim terror and casually calls for genocide.

Deport them all.

The only justification for maintaining this corrupt monstrosity, these tens of thousands of terrorists and the constant calls for mass murder, was the Oslo Accords. Israel had signed an agreement. The PLO violated that agreement every time its terrorists murdered Israelis, every time it called for war with Israel and every time it attacked Israel internationally. But now it has finally disavowed it.

If the PLO is no longer bound by them, Israel isn’t either.

The PLO’s millionaire dictator has given up any legal claims he has to remaining in power and remaining in Israel. He doesn’t hold elections so he isn’t the democratic representative of anyone or anything. He claims a state that encompasses Gaza, but the 1.8 million people living there don’t recognize his rule.

The only reason he was able to have his palace and his billion dollar budgets was that a handful of big countries insisted on pretending that this trainwreck was going somewhere. Now, even as his flag flies over the UN, Abbas has made it clear that it’s going nowhere. He doesn’t want to negotiate with Israel.

He wants the UN to unilaterally impose his demands on Israel. These demands aren’t backed by democratic elections or legal agreements anymore. The dictator just expects to dictate to Israel.

And there’s been enough of that already. Over 1,000 Israelis have been murdered by terrorists. Abbas trained and funded many of the terrorists who killed Israelis. Many of them were part of his presidential guard. Now he demands that the UN force Israel to free his terrorists so that they can kill Jews again.

There’s a better answer. Get rid of them all.

Deport the terrorists, deport their leaders, deport their flunkies, deport their economic advisers who figure out new ways of funneling foreign aid into Swiss bank accounts, deport the police who double as terrorists and deport the paid stone throwers. Deport the entire PLO and Hamas terrorist infrastructure to any country that is stupid enough to take them.

Maybe Cyprus or Tunisia will take them back. Or maybe Japan, which has spent hundreds of millions on funding the PLO, wants them. If not, how about Norway, which made this mess? We know the Saudis and Kuwait doesn’t want them, no matter how much noise they make about their “suffering”.

That just leaves the United Nations. The UN headquarters in New York City is considered international territory. With three buildings full of useless and corrupt bureaucrats, itinerant dictators and their stooges, surely there’s enough room to house the Palestinian Authority government-in-exile.

And the overflow of the Presidential Guard can be dumped in Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, though some resistance from the homeless heroin addict population to these new settlers is to be expected.

And if Bill de Blasio’s New York can’t handle all the new homeless terrorists, there’s always Syria.

The PLO and Hamas have spent the past few decades shrieking that they love death and want nothing more than to fight to the death. And then every time Israel takes a whack, they run screaming to hide behind CNN’s skirt. In Syria, they will finally have the opportunity to fight and die like men.

Between ISIS, Iran, Assad, the Russians, US bombing raids and all the different Islamic militias, there will be enough conflicts to chew up and spit out Abbas’ presidential guard, Hamas’ suicide bombers and all the terrorist bureaucrats who haven’t shown up to work since 2007.

Deport them to Syria and let Allah sort out who gets the virgins.

The one thing that Israel should not and cannot do is keep the circus going. Netanyahu has been hoping that at some point the PLO would so thoroughly discredit itself that no one could pretend any longer that a negotiated peace was possible.

But that day will never come.

Abbas disavowed negotiations at the UN and in return, the UN flew his terrorist flag. He refuses to run for office, but the rest of the world pretends that he represents some democratic consensus. His own people accuse him of stealing enough money to keep Arafat’s widow in expensive Parisian handbags for the rest of her life and the international auditors just shrug.

Muslim terrorists can never discredit themselves in the eyes of their Western admirers and supporters. Nothing Abbas does, including his repeated attempts at a unity government with Hamas, will ever convince UN terrorist sympathizers that the failure to achieve peace is the fault of the terrorists.

All Israel can do is wash its hands of the entire business, deport the terrorists and turn them into Syria’s problem. Israel will never convince the UN that it’s right, but it can take the initiative and end the wrong.

The PLO regime has no further legal basis for maintaining its presence inside ’67 Israel. It exists for no other reason except to wage war, military, diplomatic and terroristic, against Israel. It must go.


Anonymous said...

A German's View on Islam - worth reading. This is one of the best explanations of the Muslim terrorist situation I have ever read. His references to past history are accurate and clear. Not long, easy to understand, and well worth the read. The author of this email is Dr. Emanuel Tanya, a well-known and well-respected psychiatrist. A man, whose family was German aristocracy prior to World War II, owned a number of large industries and estates. When asked how many German people were true Nazis, the answer he gave can guide our attitude toward fanaticism.
'Very few people were true Nazis,' he said, 'but many enjoyed the return of German pride, and many more were too busy to care. I was one of those who just thought the Nazis were a bunch of fools. So, the majority just sat back and let it all happen. Then, before we knew it, they owned us, and we had lost control, and the end of the world had come.'
'My family lost everything. I ended up in a concentration camp and the Allies destroyed my factories.'
'We are told again and again by 'experts' and 'talking heads' that Islam is a religion of peace and that the vast majority of Muslims just want to live in peace. Although this unqualified assertion may be true, it is entirely irrelevant. It is meaningless fluff meant to make us feel better, and meant to somehow diminish the specter of fanatics rampaging across the globe in the name of Islam.'
'The fact is that the fanatics rule Islam at this moment in history. It is the fanatics who march. It is the fanatics who wage any one of 50 shooting wars worldwide. It is the fanatics who systematically slaughter Christian or tribal groups throughout Africa and are gradually taking over the entire continent in an Islamic wave. It is the fanatics who bomb, behead, murder, or honor-kill. It is the fanatics who take over mosque after mosque. It is the fanatics who zealously spread the stoning and hanging of rape victims and homosexuals. It is the fanatics who teach their young to kill and to become suicide bombers.'
'The hard, quantifiable fact is that the peaceful majority, the 'silent majority,' is cowed and extraneous. Communist Russia was comprised of Russians who just wanted to live in peace, yet the Russian Communists were responsible for the murder of about 20 million people. The peaceful majority were irrelevant. China 's huge population was peaceful as well, but Chinese Communists managed to kill a staggering 70 million people.'
'The average Japanese individual prior to World War II was not a warmongering sadist. Yet, Japan murdered and slaughtered its way across South East Asia in an orgy of killing that included the systematic murder of 12 million Chinese civilians; most killed by sword, shovel, and bayonet. And who can forget Rwanda, which collapsed into butchery? Could it not be said that the majority of Rwandans were 'peace loving'?
'History lessons are often incredibly simple and blunt, yet for all our powers of reason, we often miss the most basic and uncomplicated of points: peace-loving Muslims have been made irrelevant by their silence. Peace-loving Muslims will become our enemy if they don't speak up, because like my friend from Germany, they will awaken one day and find that the fanatics own them, and the end of their world will have begun.'
'Peace-loving Germans, Japanese, Chinese, Russians, Rwandans, Serbs, Afghans, Iraqis, Palestinians, Somalis, Nigerians, Algerians, and many others have died because the peaceful majority did not speak up until it was too late.'

mindRider said...

Dear Daniel, wishful thinking brings no solution, you know that the reality on all sides prevents expulsion of the PA. The donor countries have shown every time they do not even think it necessary to impose accountability for spending of their donations on the PA, they shall never agree to deportation, neither is it technically feasible for Israel to do so considering the very large American trained and armed palestinian "police"force.

Simon Néhmé said...

the sooner the better

Anonymous said...

There is a place for "Palestinian" terrorists - Hell. The others who support terrorists can go to those empty parts of Iraq and Syria where their brothers-in-arms and ideological butcher brothers reside. Or they can go to Jordan and Saudi to live their lives as non-residents and see how the Saudis and Jordanians, Muslim brothers all, treat their own when their “Palestinian” brothers start stabbing girls and old women, children and unarmed civilians.

As for Israel, it cannot win an ideological war against liars who are now supported by Marxist pro-Islamist antisemitic co-conspirators in high offices in the US and the UN. The US propagandize that Israel is responsible for every knife-wielding attack and that Israel has not done enough to give away ALL of the Temple AND ALL of Israel to satisfy the bloodthirsty tenets of Islam.

No other country in the world has so little land shared by so many terrorists. The terrorists have completely captivated the Kerrys and Obamas of the world and has them helping the terrorists with permission to stone Israel into submission with rocks, bombs, lies and propaganda.

No country has ever been so straightjacketed and prevented from defending its own by diplomatic con artists who would never allow such a situation to develop in their own neighborhoods but who mockingly tell Israel not to shoot back in what they misname a “cycle of violence” or some other term that lends a fake moral equivalence between the barbarians and the civilized.

All the terrorists need is more re-distribution and money to add to the billions of squandered and stolen money Abbas and company have squirrelled away in foreign banks as they teach their kids to hate and kill Jews. Islamo-Nazism is a mild term for this kind of genocidal behavior.

tyrannovar said...

Deport. Yes. Absolutely.
But don't stop there.

Even other Muslim countries don't want Palestinians, so why should Israel have to put up with them? Not integration. Not diversity. Not segregation. Not apartheid. Not two states. But separation. Send them to Libya, put a fence around it, then check back in a hundred years, see how they're doing.

From The Middle East Quarterly
As early as the mid-1950s, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Libya expelled striking Palestinian workers. In 1970, Jordan expelled some 20,000 Palestinians and demolished their camps; in 1994-95, Libya expelled tens of thousands of long-term Palestinian residents in response to the Oslo process; and after the 2003 Iraq war, some 21,000 Palestinians fled the country in response to a systematic terror and persecution campaign. As recently as 2007, Beirut effectively displaced 31,400 Palestinian refugees when the Lebanese army destroyed the Nahr el Bared refugee camp during fighting between the militant Fatal al-Islam group and the Lebanese army.[1]

Anonymous said...

The question should be: 'why the he.. were they ever imported in from Tunisia to begin with. They have absolutely no connection to Israel! Importing murderers - makes a lot of sense, doesn't it?

June said...

Excellent article as usual. This is the only sane choice that Israel has. They should have listened to the Rebbe (Menachem Shneerson) after the 1967 War when he urged the government to expel the Arabs at that time. But unfortunately they chose the appeasement road. A lot of good that did them.

robert sklaroff said...

"Deport the terrorists"

I have been arguing this constantly, with increasing support emerging; they can be sent to Gaza [regardless of age] and families can choose if they wish to unify @ that site [and this includes stone-throwers and sling-shotters].

RAM said...

Using the carrot and the stick, the US and other Western nations have "restrained" Israel from defending itself properly. What we see increasingly is the stick. At this point, there is no practical reason to do the wrong thing, or not do the right thing, to curry favor. Other than Obama, no leader is indifferent to Islamic violence in his own country.

CDG, Yerushalayim, Eretz Yisrael Shlemah said...

Now, go and convince the Israeli government. I think most Israelis would agree with you: If it were up to us, it would have been done already.

Esser Agaroth said...

ONLY the PLO??

And for those of you who think that this idea is "unrealistic," this is no excuse for not discussing it. The solution will only come to us as to the "how," if we keep the idea alive.

SAHANIS said...

99% muslims in each nation are local convert who hate own roosts and culture. Reading book of arabs has corrupted the minds to converts . Its time west should stop all aid or get ready to suffer in the hand of these convert who care less for their on life even.

robert sklaroff said...

On Friday, Channel 10 TV news cited a senior defense official as having said:

“If the terrorist attacks continue, we will begin deporting the families of terrorists to the Gaza Strip."

InChristAlone said...

You're right Daniel. They do not want peace with Israel in any way, shape or form. All the Muslims want to do is kill Jews and Christians. Deport them is right. But how about to some far away deserted isle where they can not do damage to us but to one another. I mean, after all, they live to kill. Perhaps they will kill one another off and do the world a favor, although I am not holding out any hopes of this.

SabaShimon said...

Deje vu all over again. I was there when we kicked their asses out of Beirut, only to see them resurrected by the treasonous traitors, Peres and Beilin.
Indeed, long overdue, and exile the above mentioned persons out with them, also long overdue.

Anonymous said...

To commenter robert s. above: Made me laugh about the defense official's suggestion of sending these murderers to Gaza a few miles away back into Jewish territory (as everyone knows Gaza is Jewish land). They need to be sent back to any one of their 22+ countries.

mindRider said...

Indeed June in '67 it would have been possible, just as taking full control of the Har Habajit and blowing the mosques up. The world would have accepted it in the immediate aftermath of the six day war. Today this solution is no longer possible, even the eviction of a handful of Hamas scum a decade back was reversed under American pressure, so how would moving a few hundred-thousand be perceived?

SabaShimon said...

How would it be perceived?
I believe we are well past the point where we should give a damn how the overtly anti-Semitic world "perceives" our efforts to survive.
I just wish we had leaders who felt the same way.

Anonymous said...

To Syria, or to Iraq!
In order to contribute to the typical and already rich shahid-production of those countries. Don't tell them however that the Merciful replaced in paradise virgins with goats, because of shortage...

Clelia&Eric, Eurabia Italian province

Anonymous said...

I read this blog faithfully. But I am not Jewish, and have never really been schooled thoroughly in Jewish history, especially the creation of Israel. While I know the basic story, comments like Japan spending millions funding the PLO, and Norway's apparent involvement in creating this mess, go right over my head.

Can anyone recommend a book on recent history that might clarify that part for me? What possible benefit could Japan gleen from the PLO for example. Daniel is way out in front and at times unintelligable.

Y. Ben-David said...

If you are interested in the history that brought Israel to its current geopolitical situation, read "1948" by Benny Morris , which outlines the creation of Israel in its War of Independence, and "Six Days of War" by Michael Oren which discusses the 1967 War.
Even though these discuss events of past decades, they are extremely relevant today because they show how the current geopolitical situation came to be. It is important to note that Arab attitudes towards the Jews in Eretz Israel has not changed in the last 100 years. The big lie of Rabin, Peres, Beilin, Sarid and the rest of the "Oslo Agreements' gang was that they tried to sell the quasi-Marxist line that everything boils down to economics and that the Arabs don't really believe all the religious Jihad stuff they say and that when it comes down to it Arafat and Abbas only want money and power and the Oslo gang gave it to them. Surprise, Surprise, the Arabs don't want money and power, they want to get rid of the Jews and the attempt to pay them off blew up in everyone's face. The large majority of Israelis now realize the Oslo fiasco was a farce and a lie and now only strength and stable policies that acknowledge the true nature of our Arab opponents can bring about a defeat of the terror.

Anonymous said...

why just deport? obliterate as many as you like in israel and the west bank, then throw out the rest. if they resist tell them to leave or die.
as for what the rest of the world thinks, i couldn't give a shit.

jdf said...

Why not deport them all? There's ample precedent with little objection from the rest of the world. Rome, 49 AD; England, 1290; Spain; 1492 . . .

Anonymous said...

Israel is a signatory to the 1949 Geneva convention. Before deporting anybody they need to rescind their signature from that treaty that bars deporting civilian populations.

Phil said...

"Maybe Cyprus or Tunisia will take them back. Or maybe Japan, which has spent hundreds of millions on funding the PLO, wants them" - Um, the U.S. funded them, too. Please, don't send them here. I am with you in spirit though.

Common 'tater said...

I am sad to say Mr. Greenfield that Israel had the opportunity to clear out these dens of terrorists in 1967 and failed to do so. At the very least Gaza could have been evacuated into the Sinai. Americans would have told LBJ to shut up and sit down if he complained.

Politicians have a way of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory and then pat themselves on the back for being peacemakers and humanitarians. Every lesson that we thought we learned from WWII we have ignored, forgotten, or repudiated.

It isn't just the leadership anymore. The average US and westernized citizen has been fully converted to the fallacy that we can achieve peace by buying and dealing. All we do is transfer wealth to those that use it against us. I think the house of cards is about to collapse, and it won't be pretty.

Martin Sireling said...

MindRider, your comment does not take account of the fact that several decades ago, Jordan expelled the PLO from its lands (which incidentally were ALL stolen from Israel) because they were just troublemakers. Nobody even blinked. Since then the Jordanian leadership has completely taken over the PLO's previous brainwashing of the public and does it themselves instead. Jordanian schoolchildren are systematically taught to hate Jews and Israel. I know this first-hand, having taught Jordanian children who didn't realise I was Jewish and "spilled the beans".

Louisiana Steve said...

A single state 'solution' with the Palestinians would surely result in a two state 'solution':
1). Creation of a Palestinian state.
2). Declaration of a state of war with the new State of Palestine.

Anonymous said...

whirlwinder @

You have just described the goals of Islam for the world. Why America gives any funds to the Muslim world is truly a mystery to me. We need to defund these activities and start treating Islam for the sworn enemy it tells us that it is. We need to truly pick up our plowshares and turn them into weapons to defend western civilization, or be complicit in its destruction, just as our administration is now.

Anonymous said...

The only reason I can think the US (and the UK) continue to give the hard-earned money of US taxpayers to izlamic-nazis is political corruption. I have yet to meet a single US citizen who wants their tax dollars going to support Pakistain or Hamas/Fatah/PLO. Maybe our corrupt politicians get kickbacks from Pakistain and/or the PA. Or maybe they just get regular bribes from izlamic-nazi petrostates like Soddy Barbaria, Iran, or the UAE.

lemon lime moon said...

Israel will never do it.

Linda Cohn said...

But deport them to where? The Arab countries won't take them because they support the conflict. And so does Europe.

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