Palestinian Tractor-Terrorism: Mainstream Not Renegade

Jerusalem Cloakroom #215, July 04, 2008

1.  Hate-Education-Driven-Terrorism. The July 2, 2008 Palestinian Tractor-Terrorism constituted a precise Palestinian human-missile, guided by Palestinian hate-education, instituted in 1994 by Abu-Mazen, then Arafat’s first deputy, and proliferated via Abu Mazen’s current educational-religious-media infrastructures. K-12, and older, Palestinians are exposed systematically to school textbooks, sermons, editorials and news editions – controlled by Abu Mazen – which idolize homicide bombers, calling for the destruction of the “illegitimate, infidel” Jewish State. Hate-education (and not statements made to Western leaders and media) is the most authentic reflection of one’s ideology, vision and strategy. Hate-education constitutes the manufacturing line of terrorists.  Hate-education distinguishes between peaceful and violent societies. Hate-education is facilitated by foreign aid provided to Abu Mazen by the US, W. Europe and the UN.

Palestinian Refugees – The Truth (whose responsibility?)

Straight From The Jerusalem Cloakroom #214, June 13, 2008

While the surrounding Arab countries – assisted by Palestinian Arabs - invaded the newly established Jewish State:


1.  The British Mandate urged Arabs and Jews (November 30, 1947- May 14, 1948, before the outbreak of the war) to evacuate small mixed towns, where they constituted a minority.  Arabs complied, while Jews defied. Consequently, Alan Cunningham, the British High Commissioner, stated: “Arabs are leaving the country with their families in considerable numbers, and there is an exodus from the mixed towns to the rural Arab centers…The panic of the Arab middle class persists and there is a steady exodus of those who can afford to leave the country (December 1947, five months before the 1948/9 War)”. 

Obama’s Unprecedented Test,7340,L-3553662,00.html, June 10, 2008

The current indicators of the presidential race bode well for Barak Obama, provided that he deduces the proper lessons from previous campaigns.

Global economic uncertainties highlight Israel's competitive edge

Straight From The Jerusalem Boardroom #126, June 04, 2008

1.  Israel's best quarter in seven years: A 52% rise in investment ($617MN) in Israeli start ups (135), compared with the first quarter of 2007 and a 23% rise in comparison with the fourth quarter of 2007. A decline is expected during the second quarter of 2008, in view of global economic uncertainties (Israel Venture Capital, “The Marker” and “Globes”, April 30, 2008). According to “Dow Jones Venture Source”, investment in Israeli start ups during the first quarter of 2008 ($600MN) was similar to China ($700MN) and India ($100MN) combined, compared with the $1.5BN for the whole of Europe and $6.8BN in the US (“The Marker”, May 25).

Israel's 60 Years of Breakthrough Economy - Wall Street Overpowers Gaza Strip

The Jewish World, Albany, NY, May 08, 2008

The 1948-2008 series of Arab-Israeli wars, coupled with Palestinian terrorism, have been bumps on the path of unprecedented Israeli economic growth: From a $1.2 billion GDP in 1948 to a $170 billion GDP in 2007! From a labor and land-intensive import-based economy, which is vulnerable to security and political uncertainty, to an increasingly know-how intensive export-driven economy, which is less vulnerable to wars and terrorism.


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