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A monster in the ultra-sound, By Attorney Dafna Netanyahu – editor of the “Mar’a” Internet journal

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A monster in the ultra-sound

By Attorney Dafna Netanyahu – editor of the “Mar’a” Internet journal


The “center”, the Left and the media do not stop preaching to us that

it is impossible to stop the establishment of a Palestinian state in

the heart of our Land, at a distance of a few kilometers from our

homes, our cities, from the Knesset, and from essential and strategic



Those who call for the establishment of such a state, which, everyone

knows, would become a Hamas state, like in Gaza, are behaving like

hysterics.  The events in the Middle East and the world, as well as

the presence on our borders of organizations supported by an Iran in

the process of becoming nuclear, do not change their opinions. They

just repeat the empty and illogical slogan that the establishment of

that country – without admitting that it would be a Hamas state – is

the only way available for Israel. The people with delusions of peace

try to relax us by saying that if it becomes clear that the experiment

of a Palestinian state fails, we could, at any time, go in and

“straighten things out”.


Those same people who preach the establishment of a Palestinian state

in Judea, Samaria and Gaza totally ignore what is written in clause

no. 9 of the Palestine National Covenant, “the armed battle is the

only way to liberate Palestine and it, therefore, is a strategy and

not a tactic”, while clauses 19 and 20 declare the annulment of the

Balfour Declaration, the text of the Mandate, the UN decision of 1947

on the partition and the decision to establish the State of Israel.


But worse than anything: they do not take into account what the nature

of such a state would be, and what kind of reality we would be

subjected to on the day after its establishment.


As of now, in Judea, Samaria and Gaza there is a sort of embryonic

state, or “Arab state in progress”. And just as with pregnancy, it is

possible, with ultrasound, to see the embryo’s organs and know

generally, what shape the fetus will be when it is born, it is so when

speaking of a country as well.


When we were “a state in progress” – meaning an embryonic state – we

established a health care system, a labor union, cities, kibbutzim and

moshavim, theaters and opera; we developed an educational system in

which was taught, in addition to the Jewish religious and secular

culture, the best of humanist Western cultural heritage; the various

political parties had newspapers, held discussions on the purity of

arms and equality; religious and non-religious lived side by side, and

the vision was to found a liberal and democratic state. And indeed,

when the State of Israel was born, it was founded as a democratic

state, which, until today, under almost impossible conditions,

maintains its humanistic values – human rights, freedom, rule of law,

democracy, and a free economy.


But how does the embryonic state created by Arafat-Abu-Mazen-Hamas

look? Why, we are already familiar with enough of its characteristics

to know what form it will take if we allow it to arise:


1)     It would be a state free of Jews. Judenrein. If, G-d forbid, a

Jew lost his way and entered its borders, he would immediately be

lynched, as happened in Ramallah.


2)     The enormous sums of money that are poured into the Palestinian

Authority from Western states would be directed primarily into two

channels: one, into the private pockets of the leaders – that is, the

Palestinian embryo would be characterized by corruption – rotten from

the cradle; the other channel, in acquiring and creating means of

destruction and developing martyrs, who would be ready to kill the

residents of the State of Israel. Despite the fact that Abu-Mazen

holds the civilian rule of more than 90% of the Arab population in

Judea and Samaria, and Hamas has 100% of civilian rule of the

residents of Gaza, only a small amount is invested in creating an

economic, cultural, educational, health care and political

infrastructure – that should serve the state in the future. Instead of

this, most of their resources are channeled into one purpose:

destruction of the State of Israel.


3)     In the areas under the civil control of Abu-Mazen and Hamas

there is no freedom of the press, Christians are persecuted and

radical Islam is the sole ruling religion. Human rights, women’s

rights in particular, are trampled. Those who oppose the regime, those

who belong to competing groups or those who “are suspected of

collaboration with the State of Israel” – are simply eliminated.


4)     This embryonic state carries out – in schools, in mosques and

in the media – brainwashing on an entire generation. It puts into the

heads of its youth the idea that “there is no solution to the

Palestinian problem other than by means of jihad” (clause 13 of the

Hamas Covenant), and turns them into human bombs imbued with a deep

hatred of Jews. Despite all of this, people in the parties of the

“center”, the Left, academia and our media try to convince us that if

only such murderers had a state – they could form a peace pact with



5)     The population that is controlled by Hamas and the PA is

brainwashed with anti-Semitism of the worst sort. According to clause

7 of the Hamas covenant, there is only one fate for any Jew, in any

place in the world: death; the Jews are guilty for all of the world

wars, including having organized World War I and World War II (!).

Also the establishment of the UN, it seems, is in the Jewish interest,

so that the Jews can use it to control the world.


Supporters of the Palestinian-state-in-progress also ignore the

process of delegitimization that the Palestinians are leading in the

world, which calls for a boycott of Israel and its destruction as a

Jewish state.


If a Palestinian state is born, it will have control over its borders,

and nobody would be able to prevent this over the course of time. It

would bring millions of Arabs into the territories of the Land of

Israel that were under its control, and with them, tens of thousands

of jihad fighters. More than this: according to clause 28 of the Hamas

covenant, the Arab countries would be demanded to open their borders

to facilitate the movement of jihad fighters.


The “demilitarization” of a sovereign state is a false notion. When

the Hamas state is born, it will have a huge, well-equipped army, and

the armaments of Hizb’Allah are only one sample. And if now it is

difficult for us to rein in their militias and the amount of weapons

that they smuggle in – it does not require a very developed

imagination to understand what efforts would be required from us in

order to repel the Hamas invasion into our homes.


Also the idea that we would be able to go into the area of the Hamas

state whenever we wanted to in order to stop its attacks upon us, is

folly. The IDF’s entry would be an act of war against such a state,

with all of the resultant international implications. Fighting with it

would be much more complex, complicated and dangerous than it is



The elections in the PA show that Hamas is not a marginal movement,

and its propaganda is not “for internal use only”. Also the “calming”

rhetoric, as if support for Hamas is primarily a protest against the

corruption of Abu-Mazen’s people, has been proven to be baseless, and

brings to mind the statements that were heard in 1933 in Germany and

the world, according to which, the election of Hitler stemmed

primarily from the economic situation and not the German people’s

enthusiasm for Mein Kampf. Occurrences in the Gaza Strip under the

rule of Hamas have debunked another of the Left’s assumptions, which

is that the need to manage matters of state would lead the

Palestinians to abandon their intention to destroy Israel and would

lead them to give up the right of return. Exactly such a claim was

made regarding Hitler, and the result was the conquest of Europe in a

terrible war and the destruction of six million Jews. The Oslo

architects made a similar claim regarding Arafat, and we have seen how

much he invested in “managing the PA” versus managing the terror-war

against us. Today, after the unending launching of missiles and

mortars towards the communities of southern Israel, and after the

operations that the IDF has carried out to suppress them, it is clear

that all of the forecasts and evaluations of those among us who

support an independent Arab state in Gaza and in Judea and Samaria –

have been proven false and without foundation.


Hamas’ and the PA’s principle goal is one thing: the destruction of

the State of Israel, killing the Jews that are in it, and aided by the

Muslim territorial contiguity that would be created from Iran to the

Mediterranean Sea – turning it into a bridgehead of the Arab nation’s

and Islam’s attack on the Western world.


One need not be a prophet in order to know what a monster would be

born from the Palestinian “embryonic state” in Judea and Samaria. We

would not be able to live with it in any kind of peace. And if this

state would achieve its goal – our destruction – there is no way that

we would continue to live at all.



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