Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Ethnic cleansing is acceptable

Joseph Farah of WND makes the point that the US is backing plans that effectively amount to ethnic cleansing. He refers to the so-called 'disengagement plan' which consists of evicting - by force if necessary - all the Jews that live in Gaza, so the Arabs under the creative guidance of Hamas can take over. assured there is no plan backed by the United States to uproot forcibly peaceful Muslims from their homes anywhere in the world.

There is, however, a plan to do just that to several thousand peaceful Jews, many of whom have lived for a generation in thriving communities – showcases of prosperity and freedom for their neighbors.

This anti-Semitic ethnic cleansing plan is know as the "disengagement" plan in Gaza and parts of the West Bank.

There is only one reason these people are being displaced – because they are Jews in a land where Jews are not welcome.

President Bush and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon seem to think that uprooting these Jewish communities will placate and appease their extremist, anti-Semitic Arab neighbors. It won't.
I have made the case for removing most if not all Arabs from Israel. And by Israel I mean the land from the Mediterranean to the Jordan river, from the Lebanese border to Sinai. Israel includes the Golan, Judea/Samaria and Gaza.

If Arabs could be peaceful, trustworthy citizens of Israel, they would be welcome. But they can't. Time after time Israeli Arabs show that their true loyalties lie with other Arabs, that they are working to undermine and destroy Israel from within.

The Arabs have already cleansed their part of the world from jews. Most if not all Jews were driven from their homes after the founding of Israel and the wars that followed it. The Arabs occupy an area of land about a thousand times (literally!) larger than Israel, and there are at most fifty times as many Arabs as there are Jews. They have all the land they need.

To all the world the Arab demand that all Jews leave Gaza seems totally acceptable. No one wonders what's wrong with SUCH distaste (to put it ridiculously mildly) that the intended new rulers of Gaza can't stomach even a single Jew among them. The Arabs are demanding similar actions for the projected take-over of the 'West-bank'. No Jews allowed.

In fact, I agree with the Arabs. Too much has happened for Arabs and jews to live together peaceably, at least for a long time to come.

I just diagree that it is the Jews who should leave. Not only should Arabs leave Gaza and the 'West-bank', they should leave the part of Israel that the world DOES recognize as legitimate as well.

The Jews at present have one tenth of one percent of the Middle-East. But the whole world agrees that the Arabs, who 'own' the other 99.9 9 (LITERALLY!) percent, should have another one twentieth of one percent added. For the Jews this would mean giving up about 50% of their land. It must be the other way around.

Ethnic cleansing does not equal genocide. Europe murdered nearly all of its Jews. The Middle-East drove them from their homes. Clearly they're not wanted anywhere. So why insist on living among them, when at last they have a place of their own?


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