A call for those zionists who wish to save their souls


A call for those zionists who wish to save their souls

 

You have come from far away countries, occupied our land by force and terror, oppressed our people with your might and power, furthermore, instead of showing good will or remorse and a sincere desire to befriend and live in peace with your neighbours; you still go beside yourselves to prove to us and to the world how reprehensible you have become, as you sink deeper and deeper into corruption, fabrication and violence

 

What you fail to understand is that every thing in the world is a flux

 

The situation in the Middle East will not stay the same for ever

The balance of power will undoubtedly change

Sooner or later it will shift, and it won’t be a shift in your favour

And before you know it, you will suddenly find yourselves surrounded by billions of outraged Muslims and angry people from all over the world 

 

Instead of preparing for a good future with the people who surround you, who are mostly Muslims; what do you do? You go berserk with your lies and aggression; and like a mad dog, you wage a wild decadent war against Islam as a religion and against Muslims as followers

 

What a pathetic vision of a pathetic tribe, who chose to implant itself in the heart of two billion Muslims!

Can’t you see the pitiable sad future you are creating for yourselves, generating only anger by your uninvited aggression?

 

Instead of attempting to understand the culture and the faith of those around you, you go spewing lies and propaganda in an attempt to disfigure the Islamic resistance that refuses to bow down to your arrogance and greed

 

Instead of embracing the humane and civilised culture that is still willing to forgive you despite the horrors you have shown, by being nothing but a revolting boil in its midst; you go attacking the very religion that teaches its followers that forgiveness is better that revenge

 

 Instead of trying to understand those humans whom you’ve dehumanised; you still feel smug and self-satisfied

drunken by your temporary superficial might, and you keep deluding yourselves by perceiving those you’ve oppressed as monsters and terrorist

 

Instead of opening your heart to learning some aspects of civilization (such as compassion, honesty, generosity, and tolerance) from your culturally refined neighbours, you deceive yourselves by the delusion of your chosen-ness and you fantasise that your barbarity is a “light unto the nations”!

 

Be ware poor souls of zion; this wretched attack against Islam could be the final straw that will shatter your might once and for all

 

 

You still smother yourselves with conceit and self-importance as you shrivel into your tribal mentality, obscuring every opportunity of understanding, destroying bridges and building walls around your clan, isolating yourselves further and further away from the human family

 

The superiority features and nauseating arrogance that you display reflects only an inferior mentality if only you could grasp

 

You have disfigured and blemished your own faith, if only you could comprehend!

 

The same religion that was once inclusive you’ve managed to reduce into the most tribalistic and exclusive ideology man had ever known!

 

You are very short-sighted in that sense, as you fail to look even a few years ahead!

 

Hear me well clan of zion; even though we, Muslims, are not vengeful, nor are we unforgiving by the virtues of our faith; however if you continue in the same mannerism of barbaric behaviour, along with your shameless lies; you will inevitably face your retribution

 

What you fail also to see is that the world around you is changing

The world is awakening to the reality of your crimes

 

And guess what? There is no going back

There is no way of covering up your crimes now

 

I know that you are still living in your comfort bubble behind your “security” wall (psychological and physical);  but be absolutely sure that when you come face to face with the hard reality about the changing world around you, the TRUTH will hit you hard like a tsunami as never before

 

And while you are still choosing to live in a state of complete denial, refusing to see what is happening elsewhere, the truth will strike in a manner unknown

 

It will disturb your sleep as you wake up to the nightmare of your creation

Shatter your illusions as you open your eyes to the new reality

Paralyse your limbs as your missiles and weapons rendered useless

And silence your lies once and for all

 

NOTHING… NOTHING will save you then from the outrage and anger of the good people of the world except what you could save NOW of whatever little left of your morality and humanity

 

Things as they stand now:

 

You are tiny tiny minority in a sea of Muslims that surrounds you, and an ocean of world population who are sick to their bones with your never-ending crimes

Sooner or later you are going to find yourself in a position of vulnerability

Sooner or later the scale of power will shift

This is only natural

 

Think……………….

………………………

 

Think of what would you like to happen to you in this imminent future?

Would you rather carry on with your crimes against Muslims in Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Iran, and Pakistan…etc?

 

Would you rather carry on with your hateful lies and fabrication against Islam?

 

Would you rather create more and more enraged and infuriated enemies?

 

Or would you rather STOP your crimes, EMBRACE the TRUE owners of the land and WELCOME them back home, SEEK PEACE SINCERELY and bleed for FORGIVENESS before it’s too late?

 

I am speaking with the same words that many before me had spoken to you with

 

I am giving you a warning

 

(But don’t be so pathetic as to think that this warning is from a little exiled Palestinian woman)

 

Ignore it if you wish

 

Or be wise and heed

 

The choice is yours

 

Open Letter to President Mahmoud Abbas on behalf of Palestinian Refugee Organizations


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We pass the keys of our occupied homes to our children, generation after generation, until the day of our RETURN

With each day that passes by, our exile decreases by one day, and our return becomes a day closer

 
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The following letter was presented to President Mahmoud Abbas’s office on behalf of 78 Palestinian organizations on Wednesday September 22, 2008. Note that ALL Palestinian political factions have signed on as well.

This is a clear message that every zionist should bear in mind before feeling jubilant that they could achieve peace without OUR RIGHT OF RETURN being FULLY implemented

It’s also a clear message to those principled and moral Jewish people who reside in Occupied Palestine now and who sincerely seek peace and justice, it’s a message that they should not ignore, but rather embrace and take very seriously indeed if they truly hope for a better future for all

Please distribute widely.

Open Letter to President Mahmoud Abbas

To: President Mahmoud Abbas
Chair of the Palestine Liberation Organization Executive Committee
President of the Palestinian National Authority

CC:
League of Arab States
Non-Aligned Movement
Organization of the Islamic Conference

Re: The Rights of Palestinian Refugees and the Final Status Negotiations

Dear Mr. President,

Greetings of Return

We, the undersigned Palestinian refugee organizations, civil society movements and institutions in the Palestinian homeland and in exile are national organizations working to defend the right of return. We appeal to you now because we are convinced that the alignment of the official Palestinian position and the position of the Palestinian people with regards to the final status negotiation issues is of the highest priority. Foremost among these issues is the cause of the Palestinian refugees.

We are convinced that the alignment of popular and official positions is the main guarantee of a strong Palestinian position in the current negotiation process, which is taking place in a local, regional and global context that jeopardizes the national rights of the Palestinian people. In this context, we are concerned in particular about the rights of Palestinian refugees and internally displaced persons to return to their original lands and properties, restitution of their homes, lands and properties and compensation for damages incurred over the past 60 years. Based on the fact that all of these rights are guaranteed under international law, and based on our awareness of the enormous pressures faced by Palestinian negotiators and the tactics of negotiations, such as secrecy with regards to the negotiation proceedings, we call upon you to adopt a negotiation strategy that is based on openness with the entirety of the Palestinian people – irrespective of their current place of residence – regarding all aspects and details of the negotiation process. Implementation of the Palestinian refugees’ right of return was and continues to be the main purpose for which the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) was established, a purpose which forms the central pillar of the PLO’s legitimacy as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people. Transparency and candidness of our representatives with all sectors of our society will guarantee that our rights are best defended, and strengthen our position in the face of enormous pressures.

It has been clear at all stages of the negotiations that this process aims to eliminate the core issue of the Arab/Palestinian struggle for freedom and justice: the Palestinian refugees and their rights of return and restitution. In fact, elimination of these central Palestinian/Arab demands form the center-piece of both Israeli and US policies. It is also no secret that during the so-called “Oslo Peace Process” these policies have employed insidious tactics in order to nullify these rights altogether. Such tactics include attempts to substitute the return and restitution of the refugees with monetary compensation; to reduce the number of those entitled to exercise these rights from over 7 million Palestinian refugees and internally displaced persons to a tiny minority, including so-called “hardship cases” that would be arbitrarily defined by Israel; to suggest that the refugees return to homes located in the areas administered by the Palestinian Authority; and other humiliating “trade offs” whereby Palestinians are expected to surrender the right of refugees to return to homes, lands and properties of origin in exchange for other rights and demands, such as self-determination, borders, the reclamation of Jerusalem and removal of the illegal settlement-colonies. The Palestinian leadership has rejected such degrading bargaining tactics in previous negotiations, notably those known as the second Camp David summit and the Clinton initiative. The late President Yasser Arafat rejected these tactics, and he was made to pay for that with his liberty and his life.

Whereas the rights of return, restitution and compensation are enshrined in international law and specifically affirmed in UN General Assembly Resolution 194 and UN Security Council Resolution 237;

Whereas we see that increasing US pressure aims to force Palestinian negotiators to agree to an obscure framework for a solution that is to be achieved by any means and at the soonest date, and that such a framework is largely for internal US consumption in the context of a US Presidential election;

Whereas it has become clear that the US administration is working on other fronts to market its obscure framework for a solution in the September 2008 session of the UN General Assembly;

Whereas we realize, as a result of our movement’s long and difficult experience with Israeli politics, that Israeli political actors seek to solve the internal Israeli political crisis by venting destruction on the Palestinian front through various policies and practices, all of which work to entrench Israeli occupation, colonialism, and apartheid, and aim to attain international recognition of Israel as a ‘Jewish State;’

Whereas Western and Israeli election platforms must not be employed to put pressure on the Palestinian negotiators, who should in no way be a party to the political maneuvers of US and Israeli political candidates, particularly in order to protect the legality, legitimacy, and sanctity of Palestinian national rights regardless of who emerges victorious in foreign elections;

Whereas we perceive the retreat of the once principled European position, and the transformation of this position into one that conforms to the US policy of total complicity and support for Israel;

Whereas we clearly see the weakness and inability of the Arab countries to take action or play any effective role;

Whereas we witness the sharp, painful and unprecedented deterioration in the internal Palestinian political arena;

Whereas it has become plain and obvious that powerful external pressures aim to annul Palestinian refugee rights, particularly the right to return to their original lands and properties and the restitution of these lands and properties;

Whereas Israel and the US, according to Israeli officials, are intensifying their efforts to reach a framework for a solution that is acceptable to both Israel and the US and will be viable regardless of the ruling party;

Whereas the primary measure of the legitimacy of any solution remains the extent to which it will lead to the exercise of the right of self-determination by the Palestinian people, including foremost the right of Palestinian refugees to choose to return to their original homes and lands regardless of their current place of refuge,

We approach you with this statement based on our strong desire to chart a way forward that is built on the highest levels of clarity and candidness with the Palestinian people; a way forward that aims to strengthen the Palestinian position in this sensitive stage of the Palestinian struggle; a way forward that ensures that any framework for a solution will include the following principles in clear and immutable language :

The rights of Palestinian refugees and internally displaced persons to return, restitution and compensation are fundamental rights under international law and relevant UN resolutions – particularly UN General Assembly Resolution 194 and UN Security Council Resolution 237. The content of these rights is non-negotiable irrespective of the manner in which they will be exercised;
The right of return is an individual right held by every Palestinian refugee and internally displaced person. This right is passed on from one generation to the next, based on the individual’s choice on whether or not to return, an inalienable and indivisible right, and not affected by any bilateral, multilateral, or international treaty or agreement. Any such agreement must respect the fundamental precepts and principles of international law;
The right of Palestinian refugees and internally displaced persons to return is a collective right that is not limited to one group or another, and it is an integral part of the Palestinian right of self-determination;
The right of Palestinian refugees and internally displaced persons to return is not subject to referendum.

May you remain steadfast in our struggle for freedom and dignity
Drafted: August 2008

Signed:
194 Association (Syria)
Abassiya Association (Palestine)
Abnaa Al-Balad Center for the Defense of the Right of Return (Syria)
Aidun Group (Lebanon)
Aidun Group (Syria)
Al-Awda Palestine Network (Holland)
Al-Awda Palestine Right to Return Coalition (North America)
Arab Cultural Forum (Gaza, Palestine)
Arab Liberation Front
Arab Palestinian Front
Association for the Defense of the Rights of the Internally Displaced (Palestine)
Badil Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights (Palestine)
Beit Nabala Association (Palestine)
Bisan Association (Syria)
Coalition of Right of Return Defense Committees (Jordan)
Coalition of Right of Return Defense Committees (Jordan)
Committee for the Rights of Palestinian Women (Syria)
Confederation of Right of Return Committees (Europe: Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Greece, Germany, France, Holland, Poland, Finland)
Coordinating Committee of Palestinian Organizations Working in Lebanon (Lebanon)
Council of National and Islamic Forces in Palestine (Palestine)
Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Democratic Palestine Committee
Depopulated Towns and Villages Associations (Gaza, Palestine)
Farah Heritage Society (Syria)
Grassroots Palestinian Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign (Palestine)
Higher Follow-up Committee on Prisoners (Palestine)
Higher National Committee for the Defense of the Right of Return (Palestine)
Inevitable Return Assembly (Syria)
Islamic Jihad Movement
Islamic Resistance Movement [Hamas]
Istiqlal Youth Union (Lebanon)
Istiqlal Youth Union (Syria)
Ittijah: Union of Palestinian Non-Governmental Organizations (Palestine)
Jafra Youth Center (Syria)
Jimzo Association (Palestine)
Lajee Center, Aida Camp (Palestine)
National Assembly of of Palestinian Civil Society Organizations (Palestine)
National Committee to Commemorate the Martyr Ahmad Al-Shuqairy (Jordan)
National Nakba Commemoration Committee (Palestine)
Palestine Democratic Union [Fida]
Palestine House Educational and Cultural Center (Canada)
Palestine Liberation Movement [Fatah]
Palestine Remembered (USA)
Palestine Right of Return Coalition (Global)
Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (Palestine)
Palestinian Civil Society Coordinating Committee in Palestine and Abroad (Global)
Palestinian Liberation Front
Palestinian National Democratic Movement (Palestine)
Palestinian National Initiative
Palestinian People’s Party
Palestinian Popular Struggle Front
Palestinian Refugee Rights Defense Committee (Balata Camp, Palestine)
Palestinian University Professors Union (Gaza, Palestine)
Palestinian Women’s Grassroots Organization (Syria)
Palestinian Youth Democratic Union (Syria)
Palestinian Youth Organization (Syria)
Palestinian Youth Struggle Union (Syria Branch)
People’s Assembly of the Towns and Villages Depopulated in 1948 (Palestine)
Platform of Associations in Solidarity with Palestine (Switzerland)
Popular Committees to Defend the Right of Return (Gaza, Palestine)
Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command
Refugee and Right of Return Committee (Syria)
Refugee Camp Popular Committees (West Bank & Gaza, Palestine)
Refugee Executive Office (Palestine)
Right of Return committee (Switzerland)
Ruwwad Cultural Center (Aida Camp, Palestine)
Salameh Association (Palestine)
Secular Democratic State Group (Gaza, Palestine)
Union of Right of Return Committees (Syria)
Union of Women’s Activity Centers, West Bank Refugee Camps (Palestine)
Union of Youth Activity Centers, Refugee Camps (Palestine)
Vanguard for the Popular Liberation War [Sa’iqa]
Women’s Activity Centers (Gaza, Palestine)
Yaffa Charitable Fund (Jordan)
Yaffa Cultural Center (Balata Camp, Palestine)
Youth Assembly (Gaza, Palestine)
Youth Struggle Union (Lebanon)

 
 
 

Some thoughts on Resistance, Hamas, and the future of Palestine


Some Thoughts on Resistance

 

I have befriended and cooperated with many Quakers over the years, and I deeply admire their commitment to peace, and the time and efforts that they give towards achieving this goal

 

However, there is a fundamental issue that tends to be misjudged and miscalculated by those lovely, compassionate and peace-loving people; when they talk about the problem of Palestine, they are inclined to blame and condemn both sides equally; i.e they equate the immoral actions of the criminal with the understandable reactions of the victim

 

Equating the instinctive response of the oppressed -who have been massacred, humiliated and dehumanized day in and day out for generations-, with the aggressive and brutal acts of the oppressor is a severe deviation from justice 

 

Morally speaking: how -for the love of God- could we condemn those who are being slaughtered when they try to push their butchers away?

 

Some times the only way to sincerely help a criminal is by stopping him/ her from committing more crimes.

 

There is nothing more helpful or supportive to the tyrant criminals than teaching the man who has been constantly crushed and incessantly raped, victimized and butchered not to defend himself

 

We can not possibly equate the violent assault of oppressor with the self-protection of oppressed

 

The ACTION of AGGRESSION and OPPRESSION is NOT the same as the REACTION of SELF-PRESERVATION

 

 

To teach otherwise and to condemn equally both the oppressor and the oppressed, to
measure the actions of the two with the same yardstick, does not hold well with laws or ethics, human or Divine.


 God
looks with tenderness, love, forgiveness and compassion at those who are
severely abused, brutalized, oppressed exploited and browbeaten, so much so
that they are forced to react

 

"Beware of the plea of the oppressed, for he asks God most high only for his due, and God does not keep one who has a right from receiving what is due." A saying of Muhammed peace be upon him

 

Our disapproval and condemnation must be focused on those who initiate aggression, oppress nations, and commit genocide.


The
permeation to defend oneself (but NEVER to initiate aggression) is given to
those who suffer the risk of annihilation and extermination by the One who
created them

Who am I to deny those who are burning under tonnes of blazing missiles, that
basic human right?

Who am I to judge their re-actions or intentions, as they tremble under the
explosions of bombs?

Who am I to moralise with them as they pick up the limbs of their babies and
loved ones?

“To those against whom war is made, permission is given (to fight back),
because they are wronged; and verily, God is most powerful for their aid; (
22:39-40)

 

Did we not know that

A man

With a knife

Against his throat

Has the right

To push His butcher

Away!!

 

"If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor." Bishop Desmond Tutu

 

To give an analogy;

 

If a thief comes to your home, kills some of your children, kicks some of them out, and locks you in the basement for sixty years, while raging havoc in your house and garden

 

Then you are told that the only solution is to negotiate with the murderer thief; however the thief refuses to talk to you because you words are unpleasant and they disturb his peace; as you keep making noise in the basement, and you throw some fire works out to your garden to get the attention of some neighbours with conscience.

 

 Then finally the police intervene, and then after arming the thief to his teeth they persuade him to agree to talk to you.

 

At long last the thief agrees to talk to you, but he comes with a list of demands, including:

 

No talks about your children, who’ve been kicked out

 No talks about any room in the house

 No talks about his incessant torture of your children

No talks about allowing you to use the bathroom upstairs

 No talks about which corner of the basement he might give you

 

Furthermore, he demands that you respect the facts on the grounds, and should never ask to resolve the injustice by going back to how things were 60 years ago

 

Not only that, he demands also that you accept his right to exist in your house forever, and his right to control your water supply, electricity, food, and movement

 

 Then to add the icing on the cake, of course, you are not supposed to moan or mention your pain over the past sixty years

 

You must only be grateful, that the murderer thief would humble himself and talk to you

 

I am intrigued to find out what would YOU do if you were in that situation?

 

Would you accept sharing your house with the thief and live in the basement?

 

If you say you do, I would like to see you openly inviting some zionists who settled in my stolen farm to come to yours and share it with you, and if they come fully armed I hope you don’t mind, and that you accept them graciously

 

If all the Quakers and those who condemn the desperate Palestinians for their extreme reactions to extreme situations would live by their word and do exactly what they want the Palestinians to do; i.e. offer their homes to the zionists, that would be a breakthrough

 

 All we need is a few millions to do this ultimate act of sacrifice by being a living archetype, in fact that could be a vital approach to a peaceful solution and a good lesson to us all

 

We humans find it easy to moralise and pass judgements, but much harder to live by what we preach

As
for killing innocent people, here are some thoughts
:

 

 

Firstly:

We, as Muslims, must NOT allow our pain and outrage at the hostility, horrors
and crimes we have seen to deviate us from justice and from upholding our
ethics!

"O ye who believe! be steadfast firmly for God, as witnesses to fair
dealing, Let not a group’s hostility to you cause you to deviate from
justice
. Be just, for it is closer to piety. Be God conscious; for God is
Well Aware of what you do." (Quran; 5-8 )

secondly:

Qur’anic principles admonish followers of Islam against killing children and
innocent people who are not actively involved in war, Muslims are prohibited
from even cutting trees, demolishing homes and houses of worship, or causing
damage to nature during war

"No soul shall be made to bear the burden (liability) of another." (35:18
)

Thirdly:


In the zionist entity, there are no civilians except children, , every man and
woman MUST serve in the army for 2-3 years, and they stay in the reserve until they
retire


Fourthly:

 

Hamas, as an Islamic
Resistance Movement, theoretically adheres to those principles, and respects
them; however, the human factor, the incessant devastatation, the constant
trauma caused by long term brutality and the never-ending killing of
Palestinian children infuriates the most sane person into anger and outrage

In no way, Hamas, justifies the killing of innocent children:

Hamas: Rocket attacks not aimed at Israeli women, children

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/971873.html

Gaza – The Islamic Hamas movement on Saturday denied
targeting Israeli children and women with rocket fire from the
Gaza Strip.

"Hamas doesn’t mean to kill children with its rockets," spokesman
Ismail Radwan told reporters in the Hamas-ruled
Gaza Strip in response to a statement made by
al-Qaida’s second in command, Ayman al-Zawahiri, who said Hamas’ random rockets
kill women and children in violation of Islamic law.

Radwan added that "the ongoing conflict between Israel and the
Palestinians may involve some killing of children," accusing the Israeli
army of "deliberately killing children, women and destroying houses and
mosques."

“We are freedom fighters, not gangs,” a senior Hamas official in Gaza told the AP. “Women and children are not a
target for Hamas. They have never been a target and they will never be our main
target despite the daily killing of our women and children by
Israel in cold blood.

Abu Mahmoud, a spokesman for the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in the West Bank,
said the group was “shocked by what we see on television” about the Russian
school standoff.
“We would never agree to such a thing,” he said. “We never did such a thing and
never would. When there is an explosion and children are killed, we are sorry
for this because this was a mistake, not on purpose.”

http://www.camera.org/index.asp?x_context=2&x_outlet=2&x_article=756

Hamas: rocket attacks not meant to kill Israeli children

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2008-04/05/content_7924868.htm

Enough to look at the figures to see who is really targeting children:

123 Israeli children have been killed by Palestinians and 1,050 Palestinian
children have been killed by Israelis since September 29, 2000. http://www.ifamericansknew.org/

Fifthly:

Hamas has offered cease fire many times, Hamas has offered the ending of
killing civilians on both sides, and all this was rejected and ignored by the
warmongers of zion, time and again

Hamas offers to renew cease-fire with Israel
Friday, June 16, 2006


http://edition.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/meast/06/15/hamas.ceasefire/index.html

Israel rejects Gaza cease-fire offer
Sep 21, 2007

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1189411457380&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Ehud Olmert rejects Hamas’ offer of cease-fire in Gaza Strip
23/12/2007

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/937196.html

Olmert rejects Hamas cease-fire offer
Tue., December 25, 2007

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/937511.html

ISRAEL REJECTS HAMAS CEASE-FIRE OFFER AS HUMANITARIAN CRISIS DEEPENS IN GAZA
April 25, 2008

http://www.csmonitor.com/2008/0425/p99s01-duts.html

Israel rejects Hamas cease-fire offer as humanitarian crisis deepens in Gaza
Fri Apr 25 08


http://news.yahoo.com/s/csm/20080425/wl_csm/odu0425

 
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