What Will a Palestinian State Be Like?

October 26, 2011  

What Will the New Palestinian State Look Like?
by Giulio Meotti:

Global leaders are so busy pontificating on how essential it is for a “State of Palestine” to be founded that none of them seems to have noticed that it already exists. Since the Palestinian Authority was established in 1994, the contours of the “State of Palestine” have taken form in front of our eyes. So what will this famous “State of Palestine” look like?

It will be a racist state ethnically cleansed of Jews, as the PLO representatives proclaimed the last week. A state led by Holocaust enablers like Hamas or by a Holocaust denier like Mahmoud Abbas, who, in a book, downgraded the number of Jewish victims and denied that the gas chambers were used to murder Jews. In any case, Palestine would be a state committed to the destruction of the nearby Jews’ homeland.

It will also be a state that will banish freedom of conscience for artists, journalists and writers. A state that will drive away Christians from the land, while proclaiming Jesus “the first fedayeen.” A state that will stone to death Arab homosexuals and prostitutes, who are now finding shelter in Israel. A state that will torture Arab inmates in prisons and that will throw political dissidents from the roofs of public buildings. A state where the Iranian clergy will preach Khomeinist ideology. A state that will accept money and support from the genocidal Muslim Brotherhood​ in the name of “the caliphate or death,” as the Islamists who assassinated Egypt’s Anwar Sadat in 1981 decorated their holding cages.

A state where the Sharia – the Islamic legal code – will be the only rule of law. A state that will be [sic] put to death human beings simply because they are guilty of apostasy (conversion to Christianity). A state where women will be obliged to wear headscarves. A state where “honor killings” will terrorize the female population. A state that will commemorate terrorists, human suicide bombers and baby killers in public squares, streets and monuments.

A state that will not hold democratic elections, but will be a combination of corruption, dictatorship, Islamic theology and “Bin-ladenism.” A state where terror militias will cut the fingers of smokers. A state where public libraries will become the largest global archives of anti-Semitic books. A state that will ban drinking in public buildings. A state where liquor stores will be blown up by terror groups. A state where men will be banned from women’s hair salons.

A state where security forces will arrest people for expressing opinions unpopular with the regime, as well as punishing media organizations and journalists for their coverage of such statements. A state where the ratio of militiamen to civilians will be higher than in any other country. A state where worshipers in mosques will be gunned down by terrorists. A state that will encourage a new category of Arab refugees — those who would gladly escape oppressive and murderous Palestinian control.
A state where ambulances will be stopped on the way to hospitals and wounded will be shot in cold blood. A state that would be a heavily armed union of rejectionists, all dedicated to destroying any shred of Western values. A state where young couples will not walk hand-in-hand in the Al Manar Square of Ramallah, and where plainclothes officers will halt them in the streets, demanding to see marriage licenses. A state that will declare war on Judaism, depicting Jewish history in the Middle East as no more than an insignificant, brief sojourn by arrogant colonizers.

Who would live in such a state? So why is the world swooning over the creation of the “State of Palestine”? Is it because Arab state number 23 and Muslim state number 58 would be the perfect tool for the vaporization of the lone Jewish state in the world? Six miles is the distance between the Israeli city of Afula from the “State of Palestine.” Nine miles to the city of Netanya. Eleven miles to reach the skyscrapers of Tel Aviv. Four miles to bomb the Ben Gurion International Airport. Just a mile to the city of Kfar Saba. Building the small Palestinian caliphate on Israel’s shoulders is the first step toward driving the Jews into the sea.

Source: http://frontpagemag.com/2011/09/21/what-will-the-new-palestinian-state-look-like/

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