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December 25, 2013 1:44 pm

Arab League Official: There Can be No Peace Without Destruction of Israel

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The emblem of the Arab League. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Mohammed Sabih, deputy secretary general for Palestinian affairs in the Arab League, went on an anti-Israel rant, stating that Israel is aggressively attacking Palestinian Arabs, it is digging tunnels under Muslim holy places in Jerusalem, it wants to divide the Al Aqsa Mosque into Jewish and Muslim parts as was done in Hebron with the Cave of the Patriarchs, it is committing aggression against the “Wailing Wall,” it is “Judaizing” Jerusalem and falsifying history, and it is engaged in ethnic cleansing of Arabs, that it tortures Arab prisoners, and its actions prove that Israel does not want peace.

Pretty much what you would expect from the “moderates.”

Sabih also stressed that the issue of Palestinian refugees is one of the core Palestinian principles and that the resolution of this issue will be only through UNGA Resolution 194, and that any attempt to avoid solving the problem by having millions of Arabs moving into Israel is rejected.

He said that the international community and Israel must realize that the solution to the refugee issue is an important basis for establishing peace in the region.

In other words, there can be no peace as long as a Jewish state exists.

Again, it is a shame that Western diplomats refuse to believe what these people say in Arabic.

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  • The majority of MPs demonstrated their disinterest in the vote to recognise Palestine by staying away. We have to keep reinforcing this point 274 voted yes, 12 voted no and 364 abstained. by staying away!!!

  • Beatrix

    He waited too long. UN Resolution 194 is 65 years old. It only pertains to adults who were actual refugees 65 years ago, that is people 86 years and older. People can’t inherit refugeehood. If they weren’t in Israel then, they aren’t refugees. And I think a case can be made against children claiming that designation. A baby born in 1948 would be 66 today. But what could a baby remember or know or decide?

    • Larry S.

      People can’t inherit refugeehood.

      Well, Beatrix, like it or not, in the merry world of the United Nations, refugee status is inherited.