Sheikh Abu Hader Jaabari Rebukes “Another Palestinian State”
Aug 30th, 2011 by Rasheed

August 30, 2011: Sheikh Abu Hader Jaabari, the Mukhtar of Hevron, stated in an interview with INR that Israel made a bad mistake when it chose dialogue with the foreign entity of the PLO instead of local tribal leadership.

He stated he misses the days that preceded the Oslo Accords. Speaking emotionally and with conviction, Jaabari stated that there is no way of establishing another “Palestinian” state.

Firstly, he stated, Islam forbids Arab leaders from ceding any part of the land, which is considered holy. Therefore, any kind of land compromise is not valid from a religious viewpoint. Secondly, he stated, Israel is present everywhere on the land, there are checkpoints everywhere and there is no way to create an independent Arab country, because there is not enough land to create it on.

“I wish we had remained in the pre-Oslo period,” Jaabari stated. “The situation was much better, at least economically. Today we have over 40% unemployment. Most of the factories have closed down, and drug trafficking within the populace has grown. People find themselves in a vacuum; they look for their path.”

“We are basically a conservative nation. Now there is no conservatism, no anything.” The solution, he stated, is not to divide the land between Jews and Arabs but to establish a single country in which Jews and Arabs will have equal rights.

Regarding the Jewish fear that Arabs would eventually gain a majority in such a country, he stated: “You have a fear of demography. But I think the Arabs are going down demographically and the Jews are only going up. Our women have begun to work and they are content with one or two children.”

Ayoub Kara floated the idea that Arabs would have full rights in Israel but would not be able to vote for the Knesset. Sheikh Jaabari stated he would agree to this arrangement as a temporary one, until trust was established between Jews and Arabs.

Kara suggested that Palestinians are in effect Jordanians, and do not need an additional state. Jaabari agreed that most Jordanians are Palestinians and that many of the Arabs in Judea and Samaria are Jordanian citizens. However, he stated that once Jordan announced its disengagement from Judea and Samaria in 1988, the option of “Jordan as Palestine” became difficult to implement.

Perhaps a confederation of some sort with Jordan or Israel is still possible, he stated, but this too is difficult after the Oslo process, because “everyone wants to be a part of the leadership and if there is no state there is no leadership.”

In any case, he stated, an independent Palestinian state is not an option.The interview with Jaabari was conducted at his home, in the presence of Deputy Minister Ayoub Kara.

The Creation of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan [Trans-Jordan]
Jan 29th, 2010 by Mohamed

Jordan [trans-Jordan meaning the east side of the Jordan River] was created in 1922 as a kingdom to serve British imperialist colonial interests according to the British Mandate of the League of Nations Resolution of 1920; and after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire. British Colonial Secretary Winston Churchill took 77 percent of Palestine, the historic homeland of the Jewish people, and created a colonialist kingdom where today over 90% of the population identify themselves as Palestinian Arabs. If Jordan were to allow democratic elections, the world would be forced to recognize it as both the de jure and de facto Palestinian Arab state.

Judea and Samaria were illegally occupied by the Hashemite Kingdom of Trans-Jordan for 19 years following its British-led invasion into the nascent Jewish state until being won back by Israel during the Six Day War of 1967.

Jordan is already the Arab Palestinian state and that the only factor allowing the international community to continue ignoring this reality is the lack of democratic elections in the Hashemite kingdom. The Western powers and Arab countries today are attempting to extort these lands now to be used for the creation of a new Arab state to be run by the Arab Fatah-led PA.

Hashemite King Abdullah of Jordan [trans-Jordan] assumes that the creation of another Palestinian Arab state in portions of Israel will ease pressure on his kingdom. However, analysts have pointed out that the Jordanian monarch has an interest in the speedy establishment of a Palestinian state in Judea and Samaria as he fears a repeat of “Black September” led by Fatah, Hamas, Hezbollah and other factions with the same goal to succeed this time around.

The “Black September” group’s name derives from the Black September conflict which began on 16 September 1970, when King Hussein of Jordan declared military rule in response to a fedayeen coup d’état to seize his kingdom; resulting in the deaths or expulsion of the PLO to Lebanon and thousands of Arab Palestinians from Jordan in July 1971. The BSO began as a small cell of Fatah men determined to take revenge upon King Hussein and the Jordanian army. Recruits from the PFLP, as-Sa’iqa, and other groups also joined.

In his book Stateless, Salah Khalaf (Abu Iyad), Yasser Arafat’s chief of security and a founding member of Fatah, wrote that: “Black September was an auxiliary unit of the resistance movement, at a time when the latter was unable to fully realize its military and political potential. Abu Iyad’s claim was contradicted by Mohammed Daoud Oudeh, also known as Abu Daoud, a BSO operative and former senior PLO member, who, according to a 1972 article in the Jordanian newspaper Al-Dustur, told Jordanian police: “There is no such organization as Black September. Fatah announces its own operations under this name so that Fatah will not appear as the direct executor of the operation.”

Other actions attributed to Black September include:

28 November 1971: the assassination of Jordan’s prime minister, Wasfi Tel, in retaliation for the expulsion of the PLO from Jordan in 1970-71;
December 1971: attempted assassination of Zeid al Rifai, Jordan’s ambassador to London and former chief of the Jordanian royal court;
6 February 1972: sabotage of a West German electrical installation and gas plants in Ravenstein and Ommen in the Netherlands and in Hamburg in West Germany;
8 May, 1972: hijacking of a Belgian aircraft, Sabena Flight 572, flying from Vienna to Lod.
September and October 1972: dozens of letter bombs were sent from Amsterdam to Israeli diplomatic posts around the world, killing Israeli Agricultural Counselor Ami Shachori in Britain.
1 March 1973: attack on the Saudi embassy in Khartoum, killing Cleo Noel, United States Chief of Mission to Sudan, George Curtis Moore, the US Deputy Chief of Mission to Sudan, and Guy Eid, the Belgian chargé d’affaires to Sudan
2 March 1973 1973 New York bomb plot
5 August 1973: two Palestinian militants claiming affiliation with Black September open fire on a passenger lounge in an Athens airport, killing 5 and wounding 55. A Lufthansa Boeing 737 is hijacked in December to demand that the gunmen be freed from Greek custody.
19 September 1972 letter bomb attacks and assassination of Ami Shachori. Dr. Ami Shachori was the agricultural counselor in the Israeli Embassy to the United Kingdom in the London district of Kensington.  At the age of 44 he was assassinated in a letter bomb attack on September 19, 1972, perpetrated by Black September.Eight bombs were addressed to embassy staffers. Four were intercepted at a post office sorting room in Earls Court, but the other four letters made it to the embassy. Three of the letters were detected in the consulate post room but Ami Shachori opened his, believing it contained Dutch flower seeds he had ordered. The resulting blast tore a hole in the desk and fatally wounded Shachori in the stomach and chest. In Shachori’s memory an annual memorial lecture on agriculture in London was established.
The Hashemite Kingdom, which is itself an artificially created state, has a majority population that defines itself as ethnically Palestinian.

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