Wallström hade gärna hoppat ner i smeten med sina förhandlingsben.

Israel hears nothing, says nothing about Palestinian love fest in Gaza

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Araberna kanske inte kräver UNESCOs antiArtísemtiska resolutioner. Varför?

Retar säkert gallfeber på Sverige.


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Franska judiska läkare emigrerar till Israel.


MICHEL ALIMI says he was shopping at the Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket just a couple of hours before an Islamist struck on January 9, 2015, shooting four Jews dead and holding 16 hostage before being killed by French police. Now, he, his wife and one of his daughters are moving to Israel.

The 62-year-old general practitioner says the attack, coming after other bloody instances of anti-Jewish violence by French Muslims, has sparked a wave of departures to Israel, including about 50 families from his own neighborhood of Saint-Mandé, on the edge of Paris.

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Dömda till elände av sina ledare, vad kan Gazaborna göra?

Jag började göra Googleöversättning och snygga upp den, men för jobbigt med mina dåliga ögon. Gör det själv om det ger mer. Artiklar beskriver väldigt väl Hamas framgångar.


 6 oktober 2017 13:36

They had 10 years, and they squandered them all.

After several weeks of exchanges of fire in spring 2007 in which scores were killed from both sides, and after Hamas forces threw from rooftops Fatah members like presidential bodyguard Muhammad Sweirki, and after Palestinian Authority gunmen assassinated clerics like Imam Muhammad al-Rifati – Hamas won.

The Islamists who defeated the PA in the previous year’s local election now had Gaza all for themselves. Compelled to deliver food, housing, jobs, electricity, sewage, hospitals, law and order to more than 1.5 million people, Hamas had to decide what to deliver first: life or war.

It chose war, and delivered death.

CHOOSING LIFE did not require conversion to Jeffersonian democracy, Hamiltonian capitalism or Herzlian Zionism. It just demanded several years of economic dedication, of the sort fellow Islamist Recep Tayyip Erdogan displayed those days after having reached Turkey’s helm.

Such a focus crossed no mind in Hamas, which took the treasure and manpower that could have made Gaza flourish and invested them in producing arms, conscripting Arabs and rocketing Jews.

The consequences for Hamas’s voters were catastrophic.

Unemployment, according to World Bank figures, reached 42%, fuel ran out, sewage overflowed, and the thirst for battle with Israel triggered wholesale bloodshed, carnage and despair.

This is all besides the diplomatic sphere, where Hamas led Gaza to a dead end, regardless of tanking its economy and keeping its Israeli flank ablaze.

Up north, when civil war erupted in Syria, Hamas bet against Bashar Assad, who summarily expelled it from Damascus and also blocked his Iranian allies’ handouts to Hamas. Iran’s infusions have since returned, but in smaller portions, while a victorious Assad now counts Hamas as an enemy for life.

Hamas made the wrong bet also down south, as it invested in the short-lived government of Mohamed Morsi, thus emerging also on the wrong side of Egypt’s future.

Further afield, Hamas’s investment in Turkey also went awry when it learned that Ankara cared for Gaza less than it cared for Israel’s newfound gas.

Lastly, Gaza’s strategic investment in Qatar also collapsed when Egypt and Saudi Arabia laid diplomatic siege to the audacious sheikhdom that became a political thorn in Cairo’s and Riyadh’s sides.

That, in brief, is how Hamas ended up economically, politically and also diplomatically bankrupt, so much so that two weeks ago it disbanded the shadow cabinet with which it had provoked Mahmoud Abbas, and this week it humbly hosted PA Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah for talks on “reconciliation.”

This is not reconciliation. It’s surrender.

THE BURGEONING truce between Hamas and the PA may unfold in many ways both good and bad, but for Gazans it should loom as proof that the Islamists they crowned had no idea how to govern, and no intention to better their lives.

Scholars will try to understand why Hamas failed to govern, and whether that failure reflected a local situation or a broader syndrome: On the one hand will loom the antithesis of Erdogan, an Islamist who delivered economically and lasted politically, and on the other hand will loom the analogy of Morsi, an Islamist who neglected the economy and was soon overthrown.

Whatever the academic conclusion concerning the relationship between Islamism and government, in Hamas’s case the conclusion is obvious: war was their only thing, and such it remains.

That is certainly what Abbas suspects, which is why he told Egyptian TV Monday that he will not allow Hamas to emulate in Gaza Hezbollah’s model in Lebanon. That model means outsourcing civilian government to someone else, while commanding a separate army and creating a state within a state.

Such a formula, of maximum authority and minimum responsibility, is any politician’s dream, but it defies political gravity, even for Hezbollah.

The Lebanese organization has a Shi’ite population and territory that create a tribal pocket where its clerics are natural rulers. Within that realm, it does deliver government. Hamas has no such tribal distinctiveness, and therefore no such territorial pocket. It could have created one over the past decade, had it chosen a different path, but it made a different choice, and will now have to fight daily with the PA over influence in Gaza’s every street.

This, of course, does not mean that Gaza is in for better times; the PA’s economic performance has also been poor. But in Gaza Abbas now has an opportunity to deliver the hope that Hamas has quelled.

FANATICISM harks back millennia in Gaza.

When Alexander the Great marched from Europe to Asia, all local cities along the eastern Mediterranean opened their doors to his dreaded army except one: Gaza. After besieging, storming and taking it, Alexander tied Gaza’s leader by his feet to a horse and somewhere between today’s Rafah and Beit Hanun dragged the man to his death.

Yet there was also a different Gaza, one that sought peace and spawned wealth.

In the first century CE, for instance, Gaza was the linchpin of the Nabataean Kingdom’s tri-continental spice trade through a seaport that competed with Alexandria to its south and Caesarea to its north.

Gaza also farmed and manufactured over the centuries, supplying much barley to Europe and also making bandages that to this day are known universally as gauze pads.

Sprawling along a pristine coastal strip whose climate, fertility, and flatness are ideal for tourism, farming and industry, Gaza can easily restore its mercantile heritage by building with Egypt a seaport on both sides of their joint border, north of Rafah.

Flanked by new desalination and power plants, the port would service a new Riviera and industrial zone along the sparsely settled northern Sinai’s 180-km. coastline, where the same Gazans that Hamas condemned to misery would now commute daily on a new railway and become gainfully employed.

Yes, this sounds like science fiction, but the fact is it is very doable. All it takes is choosing life.


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Palesstinska regeringen à la TT

TT säger

Palestinska regeringen möttes i Gaza

 definitionen.  Läs noga.  “Palestinska regeringen”, innebär samlingsregeringen Hamas och Fatah som bildades häromåret, en regering som aldrig sagts upp officiellt (väl?) och som sattes upp i hopp om ökade donationer..

Hamas säger att samregimen med Fatah är slut.

 JUNE 12, 2014 15:26
Denna regim gluttar fram då och då. Här nämns den:


Hamas rejects Abbas’ claim that it colluded with Israel and calls on Abbas to stop spreading lies.

Hamas announced on Sunday that the unity government established with Fatah over the summer has ended.

The unity government’s six-month term has expired, Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said at a press conference in Gaza City, adding that talks would take place regarding a future government, the Palestinian Ma’an news agency reported.

Kristallklart vad TT försöker lura svenska folket med?
Vill du se några icke-vänsterkällor som TT kan du alltid söka i  källor jag hämtar information jag anser är sanningsenliga. 

Israels bästa högertidning är http://www.israelnationalnews.com

Israels gamla centertidning Jerusalem Post en gång Palestine Post innan KGB hade hittat på ordet  “palestinian” för västbanksaraber för att de skulle beklagas mer än gruppen “araber”.  Arafat fick mycket hjälp av KGB.

En gammal sida som granskar antisemitisk vinkling är http://www.camera.org/

En annan med intressanta artiklar, i förbindelse med Israels säkerhetstjänst, Mossad, är https://www.debka.com/

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Israelisk hjälp till Puerto Rico. Svensk?

Två artiklar om Israels hjälp.

Israeli technology to help Puerto Rico deal with post-hurricane water scarcity

By Angeles Rodriguez 
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Israeli technology that captures humidity to supply potable water out of the air will be sent to Puerto Rico to help the island with the water scarcity it has been dealing with as a result of the devastation caused by 
Powerful Maria blasts the Caribbean: After placing a direct hit on Dominica as a category 5 storm, Hurricane Maria plowed across Puerto Rico Wednesday, as the second major tropical system to impact the Caribbean in two weeks. The previous hurricane, Irma, left up to US$1b…

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On Wednesday afternoon, David Efron, Israel’s honorary consul in Puerto Rico, said he was making the relevant arrangements for the machine to be delivered from Miami. The Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration (PRFAA) is also cooperating in the efforts, reports local daily El Nuevo Día.

After Hurricane Maria wreaks havoc, Israelis arrive to distribute food, hygiene kits, water filters and psychological first aid.

 SEPTEMBER 28, 2017, 2:10 PM


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Bahrein öppnar mot Israel. Sverige?


Bahrain goes public with shifting stance on Israel

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