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Part 2. Israel formed a war “unity government”: The Palestinian Authority formed what?

You might be interested to start with part 1:

Israel Netanyahu PM changed his mind: Instead of his promise for an early election, he formed a “unity government” with Kadima and its leader Shawul Mofaz. Why?

Israel “unity government” is indeed a war cabinet: Israel is getting ready to confront two urgent problems to tackle:

First problem: The inevitable Fourth Palestinian Intifada (civil disobedience) has already started silently two months ago, and all indicate a full-fledge development:

1. Israel was forced to agree on all the demands of the Palestinian prisoners who waged a month-long hunger strike. More than two months ago, the two prisoners Bilal Diyab (27) and Thaer Halahela (34) crossed the dangerous hunger strike of 75 days. A month ago, 3,000 Palestinian prisoners, out of 4,500 started their hunger strike.

Egypt intervened in the negotiation and Israel agreed yesterday on all the demands of the prisoners. Mainly:

1. Releasing all prisoners in isolation cells: scores have been in isolation for over 10 years.

2. Dropping the antic British mandate apartheid administrative detention laws: 310 prisoners were jailed administratively and were not sent to trial. Under this emergency/curfew law, Israel authority could detain any Palestinian (exclusively Palestinians) for 6 months, renewable at will.

Actually, 60% of Palestinian youth entered this revolving door, just to keeping them out of circulation.

3. Allowing the families in Gaza to visit their members in jails. Prisoners from Gaza suffered undue harshness and complete isolation.

4. Permitting prisoners to continue their education…

5. Israel will return the dead bodies of 100 Palestinian martyrs, many of them died in prisons…

Mind you that in several occasions in the past 50 years, Palestinian prisoners engaged in hunger strikes and Israel would agree on deals, and then renege on them shortly after, and the prisoners had to suffer from the same humiliating tactics in prisons…

2. Israel is preparing to execute a new apartheid plan that Kadima approves, and was submitted to many institutions and military officers. Henry Sigman (see note) uncovered the secret apartheid program to be executed in the West Bank in Zones C.

Neftal Bennett, former cabinet secretary to Netanyahu and former director of the settlers council in Yehuda and Samaria, discussed and disseminated his apartheid new program in the occupied West Bank. What is this plan?

1. Israel and unilaterally (as usual), will grab the lands in zone C (as agreed upon in the Oslo deal) and annex all the town and villages to the State of Israel. Palestinians in zone C are about 150,000, and the program envisions to give Israeli passports to only 50,000 of these Palestinians. Where the other 100,000 Palestinians will be “transferred” to?

2. All of Jerusalem will be under total Israel security authority.

3. Israel will deploy its security umbrella to all of the West Bank

4. Gaza will be split from the West Bank and attached to Egypt

5. Deny all Palestinian refugees outside of Israel from returning to even zone A under the Palestinian Authority. Mind you that the UN guaranteed their right to return in 1948.

Apparently this new apartheid plan received good responses from the government coalition political parties and many veteran military officers.

Israel unity government has the task of executing this apartheid new plan, and very soon. The Palestinian Intifada is going to be protracted.

Netanyahu didn’t want to be singled out as the scapegoat during the many troubles ahead of the massive Palestinian civil disobedience movement, and wanted falsely demonstrate that all of Israel is behind this apartheid program.

While Israel is forming a unity government, what this Palestinian Authority of Mahmoud Abbas was doing for an entire year?

Last May 4, 2011, Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas (in Gaza) agreed to form a unity government, hold an election, and strengthen the institutions…in this May 4, 2012. The date had come and gone, and nothing was accomplished.

It appears that the new Palestinian middle class (nouveaux riches) in the West Bank and many academics are squeaky of a deal with Hamas (read link in note 2). Why?

This class of Palestinians think that any deal with Hamas will send the strong signal or message that an Intifada is on a hot burner.  And they don’t want any upheaval at this junction, and Israel is facilitating the illusion of prosperity and fairer behaviors with this middle Palestinian class.

The Lebanese correspondent Jihad el Zein to the daily al Nahar covered the conference in Cyprus in April 27 under the banner “Arab and Israel struggle in the light of the current changes”.  He said: “Each time I meet with a Palestinian coming from the West Bank  I ask him: “how long it took you to reach destination?” In general, it is an hour trip from Ramallah to the Jordanian border, but Palestinians spend 10 hours on the various checkpoints and lengthy investigation…This time, the academic Palestinians from the West Bank admitted it took them only about an hour and 30 minutes…”

Nabil Kassis, from the West Bank said: “In the past, when a faction split from the Palestinian Liberation Organization, the faction lost all credibility. This time around, it is the main organization that is suspected of deviation and lose credibility…”

The Hamas delegate Ghazi Hamad was the only member of the Palestinian delegation and he said: “I read all the papers and notes of the negotiation between Fateh and Hamas, and could not find a single word related to the religious issues…”

Sound very promising on civic mentality ground, though religious difficulties should be discussed head on, since there is no way to circumvent it being confronted to the rising tide of the Moslem Brotherhood movements… The Palestinians are the most educated and applied civil laws, and the people who experienced struggle in all its shape and forms.  The Palestinians are set be the prime catalyst to show the way to the “Arab States” citizens for a civic life-style and democratic systems

The middle class Palestinians and academics in the West Bank must have realized that it was Hamas that reaped the victory and the benefits from the hunger strike.  They have to decide: Shit or get off the seat. The Intifada is coming with the speed of a bullet train and you have got to take side and demonstrate steadfastness for the long haul.

Note 1: Henry Sigman uncovered the secret apartheid program to be executed in the West Bank in Zones C. Sigman is the former director of the Jewish American council.

Note 2:

Israel formed a war “unity government”: The Palestinian Authority formed what?

Israel Netanyahu PM postponed his promise for an early election. Why?

Netanyahu was taken aback last week by two internal political developments:

1. On Sunday, he was delivering a routine ceremonial speech inviting the members of his Likud party for an early election. Netanyahu was shocked to find out that many leaders in the conventions were revolting against his decision.  Worse, most of the attendees were wearing the radical Jewish black hats…

2. On Monday evening, Israel Supreme Court decided for the evacuation of the Jewish settlement of Gelaat Al Olbana in Beit Eel. It was clear that the minister in the cabinet who will back the court decision will eventually lose their seats in the Knesset if an early election is held. The alternative of circumventing the Court decision would antagonize the world community against Netanyahu, and worse, distance many potential voters…

The “unity government” was an urgent internal option to drop the decision of the early election nightmare. A reshuffling of the cabinet, in a climate of very weak opposition parties like Meretz and the “Arab” blocs, will establish Netanyahu as “king” for another 18 months.

Actually, 4 of the 26 opposition Labor deputies will secure seats in the cabinet, along with the Kadima party.

The opinion that this “unity government” is a war cabinet, like the only other time in 1967 when Israel launched a preemptive war against Egypt, Syria, and Jordan, is a very tantalizing reflection. Maybe the medium-term problems that Israel has to confront played a complimentary reason for this new government.

1. A preemptive air raid on Iran is out of the question: read kink in note 1.

2. A preemptive attack on Gaza is doubtful, even if Israel is disseminating fear of Sinai being the playing ground for the radical Islamist of Egypt: The war in 2008 is still too fresh, many Israeli officers are facing apprehension in airports for crimes against humanity they committed, the vice PM Shawul Mofaz was Minister of Defense at the time, and Gaza is still under economical blockade by the western States…

3. The alternative of a short blitzkrieg against Hezbollah could be envisioned, if the situation in Syria deteriorate further. Why? Israel wants the Assad regime to remain in power, and giving the impression that a preemptive war against Hezbollah might spread to Syria would rally the Syrians with the Assad regime…

The problem with that scenario is: Why would Hezbollah accept a quick cease-fire after its military installations are taken out? Things will get out of hand and Tel Aviv will be heavily targeted, as Hassan Nasr Allah has promised…And he has kept his promises so far.

Israel “unity government” is indeed a war cabinet: Israel is getting ready to confront the inevitable Fourth Palestinian Intifada (civil disobedience) that has already started silently two months ago:

1. Israel was forced to agree on all the demands of the Palestinian prisoners who waged a month long hunger strike, and

2. Israel is preparing to execute a new apartheid plan that Kadima approves, and was submitted to many institutions and military officers. More details in part 2.





January 2023

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