Sunday, August 26, 2007

The 'Israeli' Arab Fifth Column

Israeli-Arab ex-MK Azmi Bishara is now hiding in Lebanon, on the run from Israel after spying on behalf of Hizbullah, protected by terrorists. The whole story can be found here. Bishara, a member of the Israeli Knesset , has repeatedly praised Hizbullah, a terrorist group whose leader advocates the genocide of the Jewish People. Hizbullah is funded by Iran ('Israel is the flag-bearer of Satan') and is led by Hassan Nasrallah, may his name be accursed, who has said that all of the Jews should gather in Israel so to save Hizbullah the trouble of going after them individually- and Bishara has thrown his lot in with him. The most telling thing is that Bishara's comments were not denounced by any 'Israeli' Arab MK. The noose awaits for Bishara and his traitorous ilk.

From the same article:

Israeli Arab involvement in terrorism more than tripled in the first three years following the 2000 Oslo War. There were eight incidents in 2000, 25 in 2001 and 19 in the first five months of 2002 - when the Shabak last published statistics on the phenomenon. Hundreds of Israel's Arab citizens have since been nabbed for involvement in anti-Jewish terrorist activity, but the Shabak has refrained from publishing additional statistics on the phenomenon.

Just this week, the head of the “Bnei Hakfar” Israeli-Arab movement, Rajed Iabirah of Um El-Fahm, on Friday threatened to carry out terror attacks against Israeli Jews. Iabireh is an Israeli citizen, and Um El-Fahm is within the pre-1967 borders of the country

The IDF Senior Command is reportedly preparing for the possibility of a full-on rebellion by Israel's Arabs against the state's Jewish citizens as part of a future war scenario.

This is more proof in favour of expelling the Arabs of Israel who are, clear for most rational people to see, a treasonous fifth column in Israeli society. An amazing case for expulsion can be found here at Zionist Youngster's blog.
We shouldn't find it surprising that the Arabs of Israeli are less than patriotic. The State speaks a different language, practices a different religion, has a different culture than the Arabs. Its independence day celebrates his defeat. Its enemies are his brothers. According to the Arab's history book, the Land was once his until the Jews stole it so it is wrong to expect him to be loyal to what he perceives as a colonialist state that has stolen his land. In this respect, I completely agree that it is simply moronic to demand that an Arab be proud of Israel. However, as a Jew and a Zionist, I know that this land is mine. I, however, repect the Arab enough to know that he will never leave what he perceives as his land. With that being said, the Arabs of Israel can never be loyal to what is to them an Infidel state and therefore must leave. This is neither wrong nor unprecedented. What is wrong would be to allow Jews and Arabs to continue to die because of the murderous Islamic terrorist attacks. By expelling them, there will be no more bloodshed and both sides will be able to carry on their lives unencumbered by each other. Expulsion of fifth columns is nothing new. The Germans of Poland and Czechoslovakia were expelled after WWII. Hundreds of thousands of Turks and Greeks took part in compulsory population transfers in 1923, thus ending decades of useless wars. The list goes on and on. Also, 9 000 Jews were expelled from their homes in Gaza over 2 years ago, at the behest of the world. Olmert and his self-loathing cohorts are planning (G-d forbid) to expel 100 000 Jews from Judea and Samaria. Those who can cheer for the expulsion of Jews from their homelands must answer as to why the expulsion of Arab traitors from Israel is wrong.
Until the governement of Israel finally decides to give these rebellious traitors the boot, Jewish and Arab blood will keep on flowing. As for Bishara and the rest of the Arab Israeli fifth columnists, the gallow is ready.

And Harbonah, one of the chamberlains, said before the king, Behold also, the gallows fifty cubits high, which Haman had made for Mordecai, who spoken good for the king, standeth in the house of Haman. Then the king said, Hang him thereon.
So they hanged Haman on the gallows that he had prepared for Mordecai. Then was the king's wrath pacified.

(Megillat Esther 7: 9-10)

(Update) More proof of the Arab treason from Arutz-7:

The terrorist who was killed while carrying out an attack in Jerusalem’s Old City carried out a murder last month of a Jewish man, a new Israeli-Arab terror group says.

The Galilee-based Israeli-Arab terror group, which calls itself the Arab-Israeli Galilee Liberation Organization (GLO), told the PA-based Maan News Agency that Ahmad Khatib, who was shot to death after stealing an Israeli security guards gun and shooting wildly in the Old City’s Christian Quarter two weeks ago, had already carried out another attack.

The group said that Khatib murdered 68-year-old Upper Nazaretz resident Michael Ronkin outside his home just over two weeks ago. Ronkin was found covered with stab wounds by medics, but the investigation and circumstances of his death were the subject of a gag-order prohibiting publication until now.


ziontruth said...

And more from the treasonous front (not in English yet; Hebrew link): an Arab judge in Israel, Sabri Mohsen, stated last week that a Fakestinian family whose son was killed in riots in Kfar Shomron in 2002 must be compensated. The officer's family is to pay a million shekels that they don't currently have.

I don't care if they call us racists for that (if not that, they'd find another reason quick enough)--that man shouldn't be a judge in the Jewish state.

Thanks again for the links. HaShem bless you.

WomanHonorThyself said...

I agree with hebrew they say: Kabdayhu V'chashdehu....respect them but always suspect them underneath it all!

Brooke said...

Is there anything worse than a traitor?


Ottavio (Otto) Marasco said...

Ultimately it is the state that must address the issue. Firstly by recognising that loyalty and pride cannot be expected of an Arab. A secondary phase would involve eviction. As for Bishara and his sick commentary, it is hoped that Israeli security forces will apprehend and deal with him, in no uncertain terms. The noose would be apt...