Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Saudis to Israel `Accept our plan or face war'



The Saudis and the Arab League issued a blunt threat to Israel today, emanating from none other than the Saudi foreign minister, Prince Saud al-Faisal at the Arab Riyadh summit: accept our diktat or prepare for jihad.

"If Israel refuses {the Saudi/Arab League plan}, that means it doesn't want peace and it places everything back into the hands of fate. They will be putting their future not in the hands of the peacemakers but in the hands of the lords of war," he said.

Prince Saud also dismissed any further diplomatic overtures towards Israel. "It has never been proven that reaching out to Israel achieves anything," he said.

In other words, Jews, take what we're offering or face jihad.

Contrary to the noises Condi Rice was making, the Arab league unanimously accepted the Saudi plan in its entirety, without the slightest modification or room for compromise.

The Saudi plan? I've detailed it before. The Israelis give up all of Judea and Samaria (the West Bank), including land legally purchased from the Arabs via the Jewish National Fund. The Israelis also give up half of Jerusalem, which means that Jews will be denied access to their holiest sites and will have to watch their religious shrines desecrated by the triumphant Arabs, just as they were prior to 1967.

Then, having made thousands of their own citizens homeless and having retreated to indefensible borders, Israel allows itself to be flooded by thousands of genocidal Arab `refugees' and their descendants.

In exchange for committing what amounts to national suicide, the Jews of Israel get a guarantee of `recognition' and peace from the Arabs.

The `recognition' will last for as long as Israel manages to survive, and the `peace' will be the peace of the cemetery.

That's the choice the Arabs are giving Israel.

Imagine the sheer arrogance of these people, who Nazi-like, seek to blackmail a neighboring state into self-immolation, these racists who refuse to even allow a single Jew into their country but insist that the Israelis open theirs to any Arab who claims `refugee' status.

The Saudis belong to the UN, and threatening a member state with war is a clear violation of Article 2 of the UN charter...not that Ban Ki-Moon or anyone else is likely to call them on it. As a matter of fact, Ban Ki-Moon is on record as saying that he thinks the Saudi plan is a good base for what he called `a diplomatic initiative for peace.'

And what about the United States? Is George W. Bush or Condi Rice going to say that this is simply unacceptable? Or are they going to continue to twist Israel's arm to accede to the Arab demands and hope for the best?

When is enough enough?

This, of course is the crux of the matter, the main issue when it comes to peace in the Middle East. The Arabs simply refuse to live in peace and equality next to Jews.

They simply want Israel gone.

And those appeasers who support arm twisting Israel into accepting this surrender of their sovereignity need to ask themselves: after Israel, after we give the jihadis the Jews...who's next on the list to be eaten?

5 comments:

Nightcrawler said...

Should Israel refresh their memories of Yom Kippur... Perhaps remind these arrogant Arabs that they still possess the most powerful native military in the Middle East?

We should immediately (for national security concerns) open up all federal land to oil exploration and offer tax breaks to anyone who builds new refineries on decommissioned military bases. The President could do many of these things by executive order in the interests of national security.

Once this is done, we can tell the Saudis to sell their oil elsewhere... as well as Hugo Chavez for good measure. Even though it would be quite some time before oil would be extracted from the new sites and produced at the new refineries, the effect the new resources and refineries would have on the commodities market would help dampen the ensuing spike in prices.

B.Poster said...

After Usrael who is next to be eaten? I have said this here and elsewhere numerous times. Israel is the primary buffer between the West and the Jihadis. If you weaken or eliminate this buffer, the West which includes the US becomes much harder to defend. As such, Israel is our most importatn ally. Squeezing your most important ally into accepting a suicidal plan for peace is no way to run a war!!

B.Poster said...

Nightcrawler

You are right. We need to get more of our oil and gas resources on line. We are fighting a war for our survival. It makes absolutely no sense to continue buying oil from people who are our enemies or support our enemies.

louielouie said...

N/C,
as much as i agree with the principle of what you say, i must bring a dose of reality to your comment.
bush does/will not stand up to these, or any other people.
he is a true blue blood republican.
no matter who/how-many they kill, murder, or maim, he wants to do business with these people.
bush #41 and this lizard face king or prince fudrucker probably text message each other 5 or 6 times a day.
bush # 43 sees how much money clinton and gore are getting from these people and 1/20/09 can't get here soon enough. that' when his payday starts.

peter42y said...

I agree . If Israel did agree with such terms it would be in serious trouble.
When it comes to the media it does call the Saudi Proposals as a Peace Plan.
To me it looks more like an ultimatum.
Saudis do not make a peace proposal. They actually set the conditions to Israel with no room for negotiation.
Arabs are no prepared for a negotiation.
They just set the conditions to Israel
This is an ultimatum.
ULTIMATUM
from Dictionary.com


1 a final, uncompromising demand or set of terms issued by a party to a dispute, the rejection of which may lead to a severance of relations or to the use of force.
2. a final proposal or statement of conditions.

Click here to see an AFP news article about the saudi peace proposal- open in new window