Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Israel's Right To Exist?

The Middle East Peace Plan as outlined by the Oslo Accords, is formally dead as you read this article. The United States has taken the Accord demand that Israel halt any further illegal settlement building in Palestinian territory off the table. In doing so, the chances of peace in Palestine has ended.

We are left therefore with a Zionist Jewish state bent on expansion and grabbing more territory illegally from the Palestinian people, with the full support of their puppets in the United States. For a long time, the Zionists have claimed that they will never accept any peace deal with Palestine unless the Palestinians accept Israel's idea of its "Right To Exist".

But what about this constant demand for countries to accept Israel's "Right To Exist"? Here is an interesting article through that possibly sheds some reality and truth about this demand. The facts may astound you:

Israel's Right To Exist?

By Alan Hart

November 03, 2009 "Information Clearing House" -- -- On Monday 12 October, Prime Minister Netanyahu opened the Knesset’s winter session by blasting the Goldstone Report that accuses Israel of committing war crimes and vowing that he would never allow Israelis be tried for them. But that was not his main message. It was an appeal, delivered I thought with a measure of desperation, to the “Palestinian leadership”, presumably the leadership of “President” Abbas and his Fatah cronies, leaders who are regarded by very many if not most Palestinians as American-and-Israeli stooges at best and traitors at worst.

Netanyahu again called on this leadership to agree to recognise Israel as a Jewish state, saying this was, and remains, the key to peace. And he went on and on and on about it.

“For 62 years the Palestinians have been saying ‘No’ to the Jewish state. I am once again calling upon our Palestinian neighbours – say ‘Yes’ to the Jewish state. Without recognition of the Israel as the state of the Jews we shall not be able to attain peace… Such recognition is a step which requires courage and the Palestinian leadership should tell its people the truth – that without this recognition there can be no peace… There is no alternative to Palestinian leaders showing courage by recognising the Jewish state. This has been and remains the true key to peace.”

As Ha’aretz noted in its report, Netanyahu’s demand for Palestinian acceptance of Israel as a Jewish state is for him “a way on ensuring recognition of Israel’s right to exist as opposed to merely recognising Israel” (my emphasis). This, as Ha’aretz added, is the recognition which Netanyahu and many other Israelis see as the real core of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

In the name of pragmatism, willingness to “merely to recognise” Israel – meaning to accept and live in peace with an Israel inside its pre-June ‘67 borders – has long been the formal Palestinian and all-Arab position. Why does it stop short of recognising Israel’s “right to exist”, and why, really, does it matter so much to Zionism that Palestinians recognise this right?

The answer is in the following.

According to history as written by the winner, Zionism, Israel was given its birth certificate and thus legitimacy by the UN Partition Resolution of 29 November 1947. This is propaganda nonsense.

  • In the first place the UN without the consent of the majority of the people of Palestine did not have the right to decide to partition Palestine or assign any part of its territory to a minority of alien immigrants in order for them to establish a state of their own.
  • Despite that, by the narrowest of margins, and only after a rigged vote, the UN General Assembly did pass a resolution to partition Palestine and create two states, one Arab, one Jewish, with Jerusalem not part of either. But the General Assembly resolution was only a proposal – meaning that it could have no effect, would not become policy, unless approved by the Security Council.
  • The truth is that the General Assembly’s partition proposal never went to the Security Council for consideration. Why not? Because the U.S. knew that, if approved, it could only be implemented by force given the extent of Arab and other Muslim opposition to it; and President Truman was not prepared to use force to partition Palestine.
  • So the partition plan was vitiated (became invalid) and the question of what the hell to do about Palestine – after Britain had made a mess of it and walked away, effectively surrendering to Zionist terrorism – was taken back to the General Assembly for more discussion. The option favoured and proposed by the U.S. was temporary UN Trusteeship. It was while the General Assembly was debating what do that Israel unilaterally declared itself to be in existence – actually in defiance of the will of the organised international community, including the Truman administration.

The truth of the time was that the Zionist state, which came into being mainly as a consequence of pre-planned ethnic cleansing, had no right to exist and, more to the point, could have no right to exist UNLESS … Unless it was recognised and legitimized by those who were dispossessed of their land and their rights during the creation of the Zionist state. In international law only the Palestinians could give Israel the legitimacy it craved.

And that legitimacy was the only thing the Zionists could not and cannot take from the Palestinians by force.

No wonder Prime Minister Netanyahu is more than a little concerned on this account.

Israel’s leaders have always known the truth summarised above. It’s time for the rest of the world to know it.

Alan Hart is a former ITN and BBC Panorama foreign correspondent who covered wars and conflicts wherever they were taking place in the world and specialized in the Middle East. Author of Zionism: The Real Enemy of the Jews: The False Messiah (Zionism, the Real Enemy of the Jews). He blogs on

NTS Notes: It appears that the UN itself never passed any formal resolution and approval allowing the Zionist state to even exist in the first place! Only a Proposal was officially signed off on....

It is no wonder that the Palestinian people constantly refuse to sign any deal that gives Israel legitimacy under the Zionist demand for a "Right To Exist" clause. Legitimizing evil will most probably end the Palestinians' own right to exist!

More to come



Doctor_Eva said...
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Anonymous said...

I am intrigued by the claim that only the Palestinian people had the right to make the existence of Israel (as a state) legitimate. This suggests that the Palestinian people in 1947 had sovereign control over the territory. To the best of my knowledge that is utter nonsense. Further, did the Palestinian people - or some representative recognised administration or government - claim sovereign control over the real estate that the Jews had purchased from landlords (whether local or absentee)? This question of sovereignty is the issue - not the question of who is (or was?) indigenous.
Of course, at the end of the day by what rights does any nation on this planet exist...? You guessed it: Blood (prepared to fight and die for it) and Money (we paid for it). Everything else is just talk.
Still not convinced? Fine. If you are an American you are living on First Nations territory. Hand over the keys of your house to the nearest 'Indian' you can find - you thief!
Enough of this nonsense. Israel is legitimate as a nation because it exists on the face of the earth. The whole argument of 'legitimacy' is a legal fiction invented to obscure the issue and forward agendas of Jew-hate.
PS: No-one buys the lie that there is a difference between hating Zionism and hating Jews.

Northerntruthseeker said...

Sorry, Anonymous... But you are the only one who is associating hate of Zionism, which is an evil political movement, with hatred of Jews in general.

I will state it again as I have stated it many times.... I do not care for sayanim/hasbara agents of Israel coming in here and spewing... My fight is against the evil dictum of Zionism and its want for Jewish/Israeli supremacy as outlined in both the Talmud and the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.

If you ever want to see a book of evil, how about reading the Talmud?

I dare any of you sayanim/hasbara to come up with anything good about that piece of garbage literature!

Anonymous said...

Okay, so maybe you should then read the Qur'an and then the Hadith and Sira and you will find the same ideology of Zionism only with much more hate and violence. And unlike today where Zionism is NOT committing beheading, terrorist attacks and hate speech, Islam and the Muslims are. Wake the hell up dipshit. Compare the list of violent acts between Islamic Muslims and Zionist Jews - even through their entire existence and you will see the consistency and perpetual aggression Muslims have upheld over the centuries as one of the greatest accomplishments of racial and religious hate in the history of mankind - Islam takes first place.