Jewish Press: During the coronavirus crisis, Israel has devoted great resources to helping the Palestinian Authority and the people of Gaza fight the pandemic. Nevertheless, the increased need for Israeli humanitarian assistance has not led to a decline in Palestinian Arab obstinacy, terrorism and incitement to violence. Recently, P.A. leader Mahmoud Abbas ended all security coordination with the State of Israel, despite the threat that the pandemic and Hamas pose to his society.
Furthermore, Palestinian Media Watch reported that the P.A. daily Al-Hayat al-Jadida recently published an op-ed proclaiming, “Palestine is from the [Jordan] River to the [Mediterranean] Sea. It is the Palestinian people’s historical homeland, and the status of Acre [i.e., an Israeli city] is the status of Nablus [biblical Shechem], and the status of Jaffa [i.e., an Israeli city] is the status of Hebron.” In other words, the P.A. does not recognize Israel’s right to exist within any borders. As the Fatah Constitution states in Article 12, the goal of the Fatah movement “is the complete liberation of Palestine and the eradication of Zionist economic, political, military and cultural existence.”
Pandemic or no pandemic, neither the Palestinian Authority nor Hamas is reconsidering their political ideology, which is inherently hateful towards the State of Israel. Read More …
Opinion: Famous line from the 1969 movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, “Who are these guys?”
By now it must be abundantly clear even to secular and religious Jew haters that nothing will change the hearts and minds of the Arab people who go by the made-up name ‘Palestinian’.
The lie that the descendants of Esau are even remotely entitled to the land promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and their descendants (Genesis 17:7-8), has been sold to globalists, terrorists, and world leaders alike.
There is no going back, even with absolute Biblical and historical proof that it is all a lie that provides Esau with a perpetual thorn to poke in the side of Jacob. It’s about the land and its boundaries (Genesis 15:8).
The first prophet that God provided on the subject, Moses, had a lot to say about Isaac’s election of Jacob over Esau to be the inheritor of the land:
May God give you heaven’s dew
and earth’s richness (Jerusalem) Genesis 27:28 NIV
Your dwelling will be
away from the earth’s richness,
away from the dew of heaven above Genesis 27:39 NIV
We are told of Esau’s rage over the loss of the birthright in Genesis 27:41:
“Esau held a grudge against Jacob because of the blessing his father had given him. He said to himself, “The days of mourning for my father are near; then I will kill my brother Jacob.”
And the last prophecy on the matter in which Malachi 1:1-3 issues the final indictment:
“I have loved you,” says the Lord.
“Yet you say, ‘In what way have You loved us?’
Was not Esau Jacob’s brother?”
Says the Lord.
“Yet Jacob I have loved;
3 But Esau I have hated …”
Stunned? Did God really say hate?
The Hebrew word used, ‘sane’ means to hate:
- of man
- of God