Tuesday, May 22, 2018

False Hamas Information Led to Gazan Protest and Deaths

Nadene Goldfoot

Ismail Haniya, Hamas  Palestinian Terrorist leader,
Hamas creation was in 1987

Leader in Gaza

"Palestinians in the Gaza Strip were planning a six-week-long tent city protest near the Israeli border, starting on March 30, demanding that Palestinian refugees be allowed to return to their homes in Israel, organizers said on Wednesday."
These are the Arabs who by their own leadership's decisions, were to live in Gaza and who voted in Haniya's Hamas terrorists as their leadership.  
Homes left?  1948 was met with attack within 5 minutes after announcing Israel's birth.  It finally ended in 1949.  Those Arabs who did not follow their own leaders to leave became Israeli citizens. Those Arab leaders  who had Arabs leave to return quickly after they had won the battle, wound up in refugee camps because they had lost.  None of the surrounding Arab countries would take them in as citizens, but kept them in camps-probably just to make Israel look terrible.  That's where they've been.  So don't tell me that Israel has made a prison out of Gaza and they have lovely homes just waiting for them within Israel's boundaries.  These people have been fed a pile of false information that is unbelievable!  By 1967 with the immense attack of all Arab nations on Israel, Israel won back land Jordan had held; the West Bank of the Jordan River known to Jews as Judea and Samaria.  The Arabs got to stay, and now they have been squatters, being governed by Abbas.                                                     

Such a demonstration, envisaging families camped out along the border area, could present a dilemma for the Israeli military that enforces a "no-go" zone for Palestinians on land adjacent to Israel's frontier fence. "  Of course we now see that in order to enforce the no-go zone that is extremely important, lives were lost.  Pamplets were dropped before the excitement days before warning of the consequences, but Arab leadership insisted upon the Arab rioting and efforts to destroy the fence.  Lots of weapons were found by IDF.  What Hamas gained was sympathy for themselves and hatred for Israel by the masses, ammunition for the UN.                                                                 
Starting proceedings in 2003 with Sharon, "in 2005, Israel removed ground forces from the Gaza Strip while maintaining control over the region's air space, border crossings and territorial waters. As a result, United Nations officials Richard Falk and Christopher Gunness argued that the Gaza Strip remained de facto occupied by Israel. From 2007 until 2014, the Gaza Strip was then controlled by Hamas, an Islamist group described as a terrorist organization by the United States and the United Kingdom, among others." No one could have been worse than Richard Falk, who had a real anti Semitic problem of his own.  He was against Israel from the get go.  

"The Israeli disengagement from Gaza (Hebrew: תוכנית ההתנתקות‬, Tokhnit HaHitnatkut; in the Disengagement Plan Implementation Law), also known as "Gaza expulsion" and "Hitnatkut", was the withdrawal of the Israeli army from inside the Gaza Strip, and the dismantling of all Israeli settlements in the Gaza Strip in 2005."  In other words, Israel got out of Gaza and gave it to the Palestinians in 2005.  Many Israels had to leave their homes and businesses in order to take this gigantic step for peace.  " A total of 8,000 Jewish settlers from all 21 settlements in the Gaza Strip were relocated."   That was 13 years ago.  
From the League of Nations to the United Nations; taking land away from Israel.
The 4th panel is 1948-49.
The next to last panel (5) is and in 1967.
The last panel shows how Israelis have had to leave Gaza and Judea/Samaria physically from land to be the Jewish Homeland originally promised.  
"Following the withdrawal, Hamas was elected as the Palestinian government which started the chain reaction leading to Operation "Summer Rains" later within that year.
In December 2006, news reports indicated that a number of Palestinians were leaving the Gaza Strip, due to political disorder and "economic pressure" there. In January 2007, fighting continued between Hamas and Fatah, without any progress towards resolution or reconciliation.  Fighting spread to several points in the Gaza Strip with both factions attacking each other. In response to constant attacks by rocket fire from the Gaza Strip, Israel launched an airstrike which destroyed a building used by Hamas.  In June 2007 the Fatah–Hamas conflict reached its height and Hamas took control over the Gaza Strip."
Hamas is the most violent of the two terrorist groups, Fatah being led by Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas by Ismail Haniya.  "The battle resulted in the dissolution of the unity government and the de facto division of the Palestinian territories into two entities, the West Bank governed by the Palestinian National Authority, and Gaza governed by Hamas."  They continue to come together and then fall apart, constantly battling over power.
Ismail Haniya is the leader of Hamas, created in 1987 as the outgrowth of Fatah, both being terror organizations that led to being political parties as well.  They have a charter that details their goals of destroying Israel and turning it into a Muslim state. 
35,000 to 40,000 Gazan Arabs trying to break down the fence 
"The State of Palestine (as seen by the UN being a state) claims two territories: the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. The U.N. considers both regions occupied by Israel, although Palestinians do control some parts of both. Palestine is broken into Area A, which is fully governed by Palestinians; Area B, which has shared control; and Area C, which is under full Israeli control. In 2014, negotiations between Palestine and Israel failed and escalated into war between Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip, and Israel.
The Palestine population in Gaza and the West Bank is estimated at 5.05 million."  The West Bank, (Judea and Samaria, ancient Israel's land) is governed by Fatah.  In real time, Israel has 3 problems; 2 separate lands inhabited by enemy Palestinians trying to destroy them plus the UN which sides with the Palestinians.
Right now the problem lies with the Hamas controlled Gaza, plus the Iranian problem of having taken over Syria and trying to attack Israel from there.  Already they have hit the Golan Heights in an attack that was countered by Israel hitting their ammunition supply depots in Syria.  In a smaller view, it's like America being attacked by Germany and Japan at the same time with having a divided armed forces  in several areas.  
Israel is made of a Jewish population of 6 million and an Arab of 1.7 million.  The League of Nations had Palestine as the Jewish Homeland but Great Britain immediately gave away 80% of it to a Saudi Arabian prince who needed land to rule and had lost his position in his own homeland, so he pleaded with Great Britain who saw benefits coming their way in the guarantee of a future oil supply.  That land became Jordan.  Somehow, their own Judea and Samaria was also in Arab hands, and they were allowed to keep the Negev desert region and the mosquito infested swamps.  Well, they turned it all into a garden of Eden pretty much.  What's left of the land promised as the Jewish homeland has again been chewed off and Israel is expected to give while the Arabs keep taking.  Israel today is said to fit into former President Bush's ranch of 8,000 sq miles.  Tiny but amazing for out of it has come the efforts of its creative minds, sharing with the world their discoveries that are often life-saving.  I only hope that every time that Israel shares with the world something like cancer fighting medical discoveries, or saving water in a desert, things that help the world that they continue to do, that the UN has a giant stomach ache.

Some people are having a hard time with Israel being a Jewish state of 6 million Jews and 1.7 million Arabs.  It is the only Jewish state in a world which has 14 million Jews-0.02% of the world's population.  That's because once there was a Jewish state that was overtaken by the Romans when they burned down Jerusalem and its Temple in 70 CE and Jews, a minority then as now who remained alive, found themselves without a home until 1948 when Israel was reborn again.  These same people just see it as another state, no different than the 48 Muslim states that are vastly gigantic in comparison, or the rest the world's Christian states.
Israel, that place Moses returned Jews to in 1271 BCE
King Saul, their first king in 1020 BCE
King David 1010 to 970 BCE
King Solomon 961 to 920 BCE 
 As of the year 2015, Christianity has more than 2.3 billion adherents, out of about 7.5 billion people. The faith represents one-third of the world's population and is the largest religion in the world, with the three largest groups of Christians being the Catholic Church, Protestantism, and the Eastern Orthodox Church.[5] The largest Christian denomination is the Catholic Church, with 1.2 billion adherents.[6] The second largest Christian branch is either Protestantism (if it is considered a single group), or the Eastern Orthodox Church (if Protestants are considered to be divided into multiple denominations).
Pardon us, but showing how the world feels towards Jews with the Holocaust that slaughtered 6 million Jews, we'd prefer to follow what we were told in the first place, to live in our own designated country, and back in 1917 at the end of WWI, the League of Nations were in agreement with us.    We came back to a land NO ONE wanted, neglected beyond repair, and the Jews repaired it anyway, for it was holy land to them, not to anyone else.  Now that its so cool, everyone wants it from the surrounding neighborhood.  The land was waiting for the Jews to return, for then it flourished.  

Edited: 12:41:pm Pacific time. in beginning. 

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