They Are Living a Myth or a Lie |
Al Hayat - 04 June, 2012
Author: Jihad Al Khazen
I read that the Houla massacre will "compel the world to take action -- not just talk, but action" and that “I don't think that Assad lost an hour of sleep last night because of those people leaving", that "More concrete action is required," and that "These are crimes against humanity and it's impossible that the international community is going to stand aside."
I would understand it if these statements were made by Arabs, Muslims, Scandinavians or even Swiss individuals, as we have all condemned the massacre. However, the statements above were made by the terrorist and war criminal Ehud Barak, the Israeli Minister of “Defense” , i.e. the man who represents a fascist racist state, and engages in terrorism both at home and abroad, and yet speaks of the terror perpetrated by others.
We have all condemned the massacre in Houla because we are not terrorists and have never killed anyone. But Ehud Barak, meanwhile, has a big enough track record to qualify him to appear before the International War Crimes Tribunal, along with the remainder of the members of the gang ruling Israel, and perhaps ten times so or more, and not only once.
Ehud Barak never managed to fool me. When he was Prime Minister, it was my opinion that he was going to ruin the peace process, which is exactly what he went on to do. After that, I read that he told President Clinton at the beginning of the past decade, when he was still Prime Minister, that Israel would never return Jerusalem to its Palestinian inhabitants. And in this very column, I had once written that he is a closeted Likudnik, and this as well was proven a few months ago. Today, the Israeli press itself is saying that Benjamin Netanyahu, his partner in terrorism, is looking for a position for him in Likud, after he accomplished his goal by destroying the Israeli leftwing Labor Party.
As if the above statements made by Barak were not insolent or arrogant enough, Ehud Barak also managed to say before a right-wing Israeli security institute that Israel must think about imposing the borders of the future Palestinian state to overcome the impasse in the peace process, and called for a temporary agreement, or perhaps even through a unilateral measure, i.e. on the part of Israel alone.
Personally, I belong to a one-member Party made up of me, when I say that I do not want war and I do not want anyone to die, even if it were a neo-Nazi war criminal like Barak or Netanyahu. Nevertheless, I want to say that Palestine happens to be the entire land from the River to the Sea, and that Israel is a lie built on biblical myths, and I challenge the whole world to show us the archaeological traces that establish that it once existed in Jerusalem itself, or in Egypt or historical Palestine.
The above is not my opinion, but is a fact. However, the criminal gang ruling Israel is so insolent that I read in an American Likudnik website a piece entitled “The Islamization of the Temple Mount”, i.e. the Holy Mosque, which adduced vulgar biblical myths about “the Holy of Holies”, and about Solomon, his Temple, and David.
I want the reader to understand here that I am talking about history and not religion, when I say that the bottom line of what I have studied is that history as recounted by the Hebrew Bible never happened. This means that the Muslim Prophets mentioned in the Quran are not the same as the prophets of Judaism, and I have more than once called upon knowledgeable Muslim scholars to explain this issue to us further.
The Holy Mosque exists, and I visited it in the past before the occupation as a young man. Its Muslim history is indisputable, as we know down to the day and the year when Al-Aqsa Mosque was built as well as the Dome of the Rock, and who has repaired it over 1400 years of history, all the way to the gold paint of the Dome granted by Saudi Arabia in recent decades.
By contrast, the Western Wall dates back to the Mamluk period only, although the alleged Jewish history is now in its fifth millennium. When Yitzhak Rabin ordered excavations under the Holy Mosque when he was first minister in the eighties, he found an Ummayad palace. To be sure, it was the Ummayads who built the region, and Rabin wanted to restore it as an archaeological attraction. However, the religious parties in Israel objected, and all the reader has to do to find out more about this is to return to what the Israeli press itself had written at the time.
They are living an illusion or a lie that they convinced themselves is true. Recently, Reuters circulated a story about a company started by Jews looking for diamonds in the hills of Carmel near Haifa because a Rabbi claimed that they are present there. The same story spoke about Zion Oil and Gas, a company based in Texas exploring for hydrocarbons in the same area, inspired by a map of the 12 biblical tribes of Israel.
They are nothing but a myth, and we are the truth, in the Heavens and on the Earth.