maandag 2 mei 2011

Leidt de Hamas-Fatah overeenkomst tot een terroristische Palestijnse staat?

 
Elder of Ziyon formuleert het wat fel, maar ik vrees dat hij geen ongelijk heeft. Zolang zo ongeveer iedereen binnen zowel Hamas als Fatah tegen Israels bestaansrecht is en het hele land ziet als bezet Palestijns gebied, maakt het niet zoveel uit wat voor constructie wordt gekozen en welk lichaam in welke constructie even in het Engels zal zeggen dat men het geweld afzweert en Israel erkent. Zo'n verklaring wordt even makkelijk weer opzij geschoven als dat de wil van het volk blijkt te zijn. Het feit dat Fatah liever met Hamas tot overeenstemming komt dan met Israel is op zichzelf al duidelijk genoeg.
 
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The PLO's game plan revealed: Why the Hamas/Fatah agreement is a sham

http://www.newsrealblog.com/2011/04/29/the-plos-game-plan-revealed-why-the-hamasfatah-agreement-is-a-sham/

Posted By Eldad Tzioni On April 29, 2011 @ 8:00 am

The entire impetus for the Fatah-Hamas "unity" agreement is the September attempt to get "Palestine" to be internationally recognized at the UN.

And today Fatah freely admits it:

Senior Fatah official Tawfiq Tirawi said Thursday that the Fatah-Hamas reconciliation will promote Palestinian interests ahead of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' planned statehood bid in September, making it "more important than peace with Israel."

"We want this reconciliation to arrive at the UN General Assembly united. Appealing to the United Nations will be done with the support of all Palestinian factions and all the nations that have recognized a Palestinian state until now."

Fatah and Hamas hate each other and have no desire to cede their respective power. They will keep things together just long enough for September and their hoped-for international recognition. This is exactly what they have done in the past.

And here is how the PA is planning to incorporate Hamas while pretending that "Palestine" accepts Israel's right to exist:

Tirawi dismissed concerns voiced over the possibility that a future Palestinian government with Hamas in it will refuse to negotiate with Israel, saying that the Palestinian government will have "no say" in such peace talks, since "the only body allowed to negotiate with Israel on behalf of the Palestinian people is the PLO."

So this is the game:

The PLO is the party that negotiates with Israel, and the party that officially recognizes Israel.

The PA is only responsible for governing the Arabs in the territories, not with any foreign relations.

The PA, despite claims of being democratic, reports to the PLO.

The fake Hamas/Fatah reconciliation is meant to only address the PA, not the PLO. They won't hold any elections until after September, if ever.

So the PLO will claim to still recognize Israel and be peaceful, as it will claim that from its perspective nothing has changed.

The instant that Palestine is declared a state that is recognized by the world, in part because of these assurances that it is a peaceful state that recognizes Israel, Hamas and Fatah (and all the other terrorist parties that decide to join the government) will immediately take over the PLO's foreign affairs, as that is what nations do. The PLO's foreign affairs role will be superseded by "Palestine."

Which means that the very minute that Palestine is recognized as a state, it will be by definition a terror state that no longer recognizes Israel! And indeed it will not need to. The entire peace process since Oslo has been a sham in order to gain territory, with peace being a tactic, not a strategy.

Hamas will insist that "Palestine"'s foreign policy adhere to minimal Hamas demands, which is pretty much to insist that all of Israel is occupied territory–a position that the PA and PLO wholly agree with even if they will not say it in English. Their maps and logos show it to be true.

So instead of helping peace, this "unity" agreement is a recipe for prolonging and accelerating a six-decade war between the Arab world and Israel. A new "Palestine" would not help solve any of the real issues–like Jerusalem, "refugees," water, Gilad Shalit, incitement to terror, actual terrorism. Hamas' inclusion ensures that it will not be a peaceful state.

Will the West wake up in time to stop this recipe for disaster?

 

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