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by Beth Goodtree


When I saw the first news blurb about an Arab-South American Summit, I knew it would be bad. But I didn't realize how bad it would be. Now that the Summit has ended, my worst fears have been confirmed. Like the most pernicious of venereal diseases, that disease called Pseudo-Palestinian Arabitis has spread to South America.

Pseudo-Palestinian Arabitis is a mental and moral disease whereby Arabs of mainly Jordanian or Egyptian descent claim to come from a non-existent country called Palestine. Even an executive committee member of the PLO confirmed that there is no such thing as a separate 'Palestinian' people of Arab descent. In an interview with the Dutch newspaper Trouw in March 31, 1977, Zahir Muhsein stated the following:

"The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct 'Palestinian people' to oppose Zionism.

"For tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa. While as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan."

Pseudo-Palestinian Arabitis has infected the South Americans to such an extent, that not only do they ignore fact and history, their morals, like those of the Arab's so infected, have been fatally corrupted. Witness this draft of a statement to be signed by the participants:

"...asserts the right of people to resist foreign occupation in accordance with the principles of international legality and in compliance with international humanitarian law." (1)

This statement was drafted in reference to that phony, name-stealing (2) group of usurping Arabs who claim to come from the admittedly fictional country of Palestine.

For those of you who cannot read beqtween the lines, this statement endorses the idea that any homicide/genocide bombings of Jews, any axe attacks on Jews, any beheadings of Jews, any kidnappings of Jews, any missile attacks on Jewish homes, kindergartens, businesses or synagogues, any shootings of Jewish babies or sniper attacks are perfectly legal and justified. This particular clause is a clear reference to legitimizing various Arab terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah. This clause also endorses the fallacious idea that Jews are foreign occupiers in their own native homeland.

But then, South America has a history of being friendly to genocidal murderers bent upon the annihilation of the Jews. History tells us of the open South American arms that many Nazi leaders were embraced with on their escape from the Allied Forces. Not a few South American countries went out of their way to protect these serial mass murdering monsters.

However, for South American countries to align themselves with the Arab countries also shows their naiveté and shortsightedness. They are looking at this alignment for economic and political clout, yet ignoring recent history regarding other non-Muslims coming in contact with Arabs/Muslims.

South America is predominantly Christian/Catholic. Looking at current events regarding Arabs/Muslims and their dealings with those they often refer to as 'pagans' -- Christian/Catholics who believe in the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit -- should have convinced the South Americans that they are dealing with a ravaging tiger.

In Africa and Indonesia, Muslims enslave Christians, perform sexual mutilations on them and force them to convert to Islam. (3) Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia recently arrested 40 Christians praying in a private home.(4) And if the South Americans believe that having 'trade ties' will prevent such from happening in their countries, I would like to remind them of al Taqiyya.

In Islam, lying or omissions for the 'greater good,' according to a strict or radical Islam/Islamist philosophy is not only acceptable; it is holy and blessed work. It is called al-Takeyya (or al-Taqiyya) and is a strategy outlined in the Hadiths and supported by various interpretations of some of the Suras in the Koran. Al-Takeyya is a policy whereby a Muslim may lie, deceive or omit critical truths if it promotes the spreading of Islam and the conquest of the non-Muslim world.

From an Islam encyclopedia website:

"The word "al-Taqiyya" literally means: "Concealing or disguising one's beliefs, convictions, ideas, feelings, opinions, and/or strategies..." (5)

A good example of al-Taqiyya is a statement by Arab leader Mahmoud Abbas, who called on South American nations to exert pressure on Israel to honor its peace commitments, saying that the Palestinians have honored theirs. (6)

Honored their commitments to peace? In the month of April alone, there were 205 attacks in the West Bank and Gaza alone by these selfsame 'peaceful' Arabs. (7) This is al-Taqiyya at its most deceitful and artful.

However, we have not yet considered the questionable commitment to the South Americans' own Christian/Catholic religion in their declarations condemning Israel.

These Christians/Catholics have just declared that the land of Jesus -- a Jew -- does not belong to the Jews. And it is fine to murder Jews living in their homeland. By extension, they are saying that if Jesus were alive today and living in his Jewish homeland, it would be okay to kill him too. Perhaps they would also like to change their bible to call Jesus a foreign occupier.

But then, in ganging up with the Arabs to say it is perfectly acceptable to kill Jews, they have already sat down with the Devil. If they're not careful, pretty soon they'll be calling their continent South Amerabia.

End Notes

(1) ap_on_re_la_am_ca/south_american_arab_summit/nc:734
(2) Name-stealing: Until the mid 1960s, the only people referred to as Palestinian, were the Jewish people.



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