Monday 19th February 2024

On Saturday October 7th, 2023, the Iran backedi Palestinian and radical Islamic Terrorist organisation Hamas launched barbaric attacks on Israel near its border with the Palestinian territory of the Gaza strip. Using rockets, motorised paragliders,ii boats, motorcycles and other vehicles, and whatever other means they could, terrorists infiltrated Israel with one goal—to murder and kidnap Israelis.

Over 1,300 Israelis have been killed and close to 3,400 are wounded. Over 150 hostages had been taken. More than 4,500 rockets have been fired at Israeli towns and Israeli families were huddled in bomb shelters.iii

Much has been made of the security failure by Israel, with accusations that a border fence upon which “a cockroach could not supposedly cross without being detected,” was an Israeli deep state false-flag operation to provide a pretext for Israeli bombing and ultimate invasion and occupation of the Palestinian Gaza strip. Make of that what you will. However, the focus of this article is to debunk the notion of a perceived illegitimate state of modern-day Israel as a blank cheque justification for the inexorable and unspeakable barbarity of the Hamas October 7th attack. Of which I have seen footage, including that of burnt bodies of babies,iv as well as kidnapped, bound Israeli and Thai citizens in a Hamas tunnel in Gaza,v being legitimised in the Islamist Terrorist and anti-Semitic mindsets under the perceived non-existent right of the so-called “apartheid state” of Israel to exist. Later, I will discuss the motivation and true agenda behind the pro-Palestinian, in effect, pro-Hamas protests globally, and how the nefarious globalist but anti-Zionist players of George Soros and the United Nations, fit into all this.

To begin with, the origin the modern-day Israel, and hence the legitimacy of its modern-day existence, was affirmed by Biblical Old Testament prophecy,vi following two millennia of non-existence, being fulfilled when David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, proclaimed the establishment of the State of Israel on May 14, 1948.vii And as will be discussed, its survival in the immediate aftermath of Ben-Gurion’s declaration, and indeed, still to this day, is miraculous in and of itself, as if to further vindicate Old Testament Biblical prophecy.viii Hence, my not buying the notion of modern-day Israel being a “false Israel” rather than the Israel of Biblical prophecy.

Throughout 1947, the United Nations Special Commission on Palestine examined the Palestinian question and recommended the partition of Palestine into a Jewish and an Arab state. On November 29, 1947 the United Nations adopted Resolution 181 (also known as the Partition Resolution) that would divide Great Britain’s former Palestinian mandate into Jewish and Arab states in May 1948 when the British mandate was scheduled to end. Under the resolution, the area of religious significance surrounding Jerusalem would remain a corpus separatum under international control administered by the United Nations.

Often, one hears of calling upon Israel to agree to a “two state solution.” However, that is what had been proposed under the UN Resolution 181, only to be trampled upon by the five Arab states of Egypt, Syria, Transjordan, Lebanon, and Iraq when they erroneously assessed abject Israeli weakness upon invading Israel immediately upon its declaration of independence on May 14, 1948. At the time of this invasion, the Arab held land in what had been known as Palestine, amounted to two to three times the size of Israeli held land.ix The proposed UN 1947 two state solution was more like 50-50.x But by March 1949, ten or so months following the Arab invasion in May 1948, the share of Israeli territory expanded to 5,000 km2 over and above the areas allocated to it by the United Nations.xi What is now known as the West Bank, came under Jordanian control, while Gaza was absorbed by Egypt.xii Jerusalem, initially under full Arab control in the 1947 UN Resolution 181, was now located right on the border between the Jordanian West Bank territory and Israel. This meant its east came under Jordanian control, and its west under Israeli administration.xiii To which it is worth noting, that what today we would refer to as Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and West Bank, had no objection back then to being considered part of Egypt and Jordan respectively. In other words, no bellowing then of occupation in the “Palestinian” territories.

Hence, the Arab war to destroy Israel failed. Indeed, because of their aggression, the Arabs wound up with less territory than they would have had if they had accepted partition.xiv Moreover, in 1936, in response to the Arab Revolt against the British mandatory government and repeated Arab violence against Jews, the British government appointed a commission of inquiry headed by Lord Peel to assess the cause of the Arab riots and the performance of the Mandate government.xv In July 1937, the Peel Commission recommended for the first time a partition of the land into a Jewish state and an Arab state alongside an international zone, stretching from Jerusalem to Jaffa, that would remain under British mandatory authority.xvi The Commission also recommended an exchange of land and population between the two states. The Peel partition plan was rejected by the Arabs, and was widely debated amongst the Jewish leadership. In 1938, the British declared the plan unimplementable.xvii

The cost however to Israel, of the 1948-49 Arab-Israeli war was enormous. Many of its most productive fields lay gutted and mined. Its citrus groves, the basis of the Yishuv’s economy for decades, were largely destroyed. Military expenditures totalled approximately $500 million. Worse yet, 6,373 Israelis were killed, nearly one percent of the Jewish population of 650,000.xviii

AND NO … Israel did NOT receive any military help from the U.S. In 1947, and again on May 14, 1948, the United States had offered de facto recognition of the Israeli Provisional Government, but during the war, the United States maintained an arms embargo against all belligerents in the Middle East region.xix

On the other hand, the Arabs had no difficulty obtaining all the arms they needed. Jordan’s Arab Legion was armed and trained by the British and led by a British officer. The British also considered intervening by invoking its defence treaties with Egypt and Jordan if Israel attacked either country. At the end of 1948 and the beginning of 1949, British RAF planes flew with Egyptian squadrons over the Israel-Egypt border. On January 7, 1949, Israeli planes shot down four British aircraft.xx

The Jews, on the other hand, were forced to smuggle weapons, principally from Czechoslovakia. When Israel declared its independence in May 1948, the army did not have a single cannon or tank. Its air force consisted of nine obsolete planes. Although the Haganah had 60,000 trained fighters, only 18,900 were fully mobilised, armed, and prepared for war. On the eve of the war, chief of operations Yigael Yadin told David Ben-Gurion: “The best we can tell you is that we have a 50 – 50 chance.”xxi

As soon as the armistice agreements were signed and the immediate danger had passed, the Israeli Defence Force – IDF – except for a small nucleus – was not only demobilised, but effectively disbanded.xxii The new state had urgent tasks which required all its resources, above all that of absorbing the flood of new immigrants, who at last were able to come “home”. An attempt to keep the demobilised soldiers in some sort of reserve framework failed. However, for the time being there was little inclination on the Arab side to renew full-scale fighting. Not that they had come to face reality and recognise Israel – far from it; but they did realise that to fight against Israel required thorough preparation.xxiii

In the meantime they found a covert tool to continue the Arab war against Israel. Palestinian fedayun (suicide troops) infiltrated across the long and ill-protected border – and it should be recalled that no place in Israel was far from the border: infiltrations for the purpose of stealing farm equipment were followed by the laying of mines, the killing of individuals, and wholesale massacres. The fedayun (fedayeen) were trained, equipped and paid for by Egyptian Intelligence, although they operated mainly from bases in Jordan, so that Jordan would bear the brunt of Israel’s retaliation, which inevitably followed. And each time Israel retaliated, the UN Security Council condemned it; condemnation of an Arab government had long since become an impossibility, because of the pro-Arab Soviet veto.xxiv

Indeed ever since, incessant UN resolutions against Israel continue, with hardly any ever passed against Arab states.xxv Put another way, the ultra-corrupt Globalist entity that is the UN, is Israel’s enemy and friends of the Arab nations’ and terrorist states like the Hamas backing and Islamic fundamentalist state Iran – which legally recognises marriage to brides even under 13 years of age!!xxvi Moreover, as the Romanian defector Lieutenant General Ion Michal Pacepa – highest ranking Eastern Bloc Cold War defector to the U.S. put it:

During my last ten years in Romania [1968 – 1978], the Soviet bloc intelligence community poured millions of dollars and thousands of people into this gigantic project [to vilify Israel and its main ally the U.S.]. When I defected [in 1978], virtually all UN employees and representatives from the communist countries (comprising one-third of the world’s population) and their Arab allies were secretly working, in one way or another, for the bloc’s espionage services.xxvii

In 1967, Israel again was confronted with another multi-front Arab invasion which became known as the Six-Day War. And again, the Israelis kicked Arab arse, by seizing the Jordanian West Bank and Egyptian controlled Sinai Peninsula and Gaza Strip.xxviii The Sinai peninsula was a substantial territorial gain for Israel, given that it was larger than entire pre-1967 Israel.xxix However, in 1978 to secure a peace deal with Egypt under Anwar Sadat, Israel conceded the entire Sinai Peninsula back to Egypt.xxx

This was five years following the outbreak of the 1973 Yom Kippur [Jewish Day of Atonement]xxxi War, also known as the Ramadan War from October 6th to 25th, resulting in yet another Israeli victory. However, Israel in the the Sinai Interim Agreement, signed in Geneva on September 4, 1975, agreed to withdrawing 20–40 km with UN forces buffering the vacated area.xxxii After the agreement, Israel still held more than two-thirds of Sinai, which proved to be an invaluable bargaining chip in the subsequent 1978 peace agreement.xxxiii Sadly however in 1981, Anwar Sadat would be assassinated in Cairo for his role in Egypt becoming the first Arab state to recognise the right of Israel to exist.xxxiv To which the Islamic fundamentalist Iranxxxv and its terrorist proxy Hamas,xxxvi are sworn to obliterate,xxxvii as epitomised in the horrendously barbaric Hamas attacks of October 7th, 2023 – the 50th anniversary of the 1973 Yom Kippur War.

Claims have been made by the American activist, author and former politician Ron Paul in the U.S. House of Representatives on May 25, 2011 that Hamas is a creature encouraged and created by Israel and the U.S. in order to counter the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) headed by Yasser Arafat,xxxviii who in the early 1960s, was tasked by the Soviet KGB disinformation department to create and head a terrorist group named Fatah.xxxix Subsequent to which, in the aftermath of the 1967 Six Day Arab-Israeli War, the KGB manoeuvred to catapult him as chairman of the PLO.xl Indeed, the Egyptian ruler and Soviet puppet, Gamal Abdel Nasser, publicly proposed the appointment.xli However, Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism,xlii documented that;

Hamas is an arm of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), an organisation founded in Egypt in the 1920s. In its early days, it coordinated with and received support from Nazi Germany. Since Israel closed its border with Gaza in 2007, Hamas has had plenty of support from MB organisations around the world (and during the Obama Arab Spring, the MB temporarily took over Egypt) and from terror state sponsors like Iran and Qatar. Israel is stuck with an Islamic terrorist problem. Like most countries, it unfortunately alternates between fighting them and trying to appease them. But appeasement never works. War always follows.xliii

The Gaza Strip used to be ruled by Egypt, which helps explain the strength of Hamas in the area. The Muslim Brotherhood operates in the United States and Europe under different names and front groups, such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). It also has terrorist organisations, including arguably Al Qaeda, whose leaders have mostly been MB members, and which after Osama Bin Laden was run by members of an Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood splinter group.xliv

The Gaza Strip, as already discussed, used to be ruled by Egypt, which helps explain the strength of Hamas in the area. The Muslim Brotherhood operates in the United States and Europe under different names and front groups, such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). It also has terrorist organisations, including arguably Al Qaeda, whose leaders have mostly been MB members, and which after Osama Bin Laden was run by members of an Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood splinter group.

The Muslim Brotherhood operates under various identities inside Israel. There are two branches of the Islamic Movement, one of which has seats in the Knesset (parliament). Hamas initially resembled them, focusing on religion, social work and non-violent politics, before it gained strength and revealed its real true agenda.

This is how the Muslim Brotherhood tends to operate. It pretends to be political and non-violent until it can seize power. The Israelis, like the Americans and Europeans, were initially fooled by Hamas and viewed it as western governments tend to see Muslim Brotherhood organisations in their own countries as religious and political, but not terrorist.1

Hamas is not a monster that Israel created, but one that came out of Islam and was financed by Muslim countries for the same reasons as Al Qaeda and other Islamic terrorist groups.xlv

To exemplify Muslim Brotherhood and their offshoots’ propensity in pretending to be political and non-violent until it can seize power, is when the the Battle of Gaza from 10th to the 15th of June 2007, also referred to as Hamas’ takeover of Gaza, took place. It was a military conflict between the rival Palestinian factions Fatah (As just mentioned, Fatah was founded by Arafat under KGB behest in the early 1960s)xlvi and Hamas. It was a prominent event in the Fatah–Hamas conflict, centred on the struggle for power after Fatah lost the 2006 Palestinian legislative election, but refused to duly acknowledge the result. The battle resulted in the dissolution of the unity government and the de facto division of the Palestinian territories into two entities: the West Bank governed by the Palestinian National Authority (PNA), and the Gaza Strip governed by Hamas. Hamas fighters took control of the Gaza Strip, while Fatah officials were either taken as prisoners, executed, or expelled. The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights reported that at least 161 people were killed and more than 700 were wounded during the fighting.xlvii

In 1994, Yasser Arafat had seemingly transformed himself into a “man of peace” when he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. The machinations for this “transformation” had its genesis sixteen years earlier in 1978, just months preceding the defection of Ion Michal Pacepa to the US Embassy in Bonn West Germany in July 1978.xlviii Earlier that year, the Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev and his KGB chairman Yuri Andropov, approached the despotic Romanian President Nicolae Ceaușescu in a disinformation plot aimed at having Arafat pretend to the U.S. under the naive presidency of Jimmy Carter, that he had transformed himself and his PLO into instruments of peace. The ultimate objective of which being to establish for his PLO, formal diplomatic ties with Washington.

Among naive Western nations, Ceaușescu had already established himself as the most favoured of all Communist Eastern-bloc tyrants, due to a superficial discord with some aspects of Soviet foreign policy. Sniffing a potential Nobel Peace Prize with Arafat, Ceaușescu jumped at the chance to persuade the “transformation” of Arafat from terrorist to peacemaker.

At first, Arafat was in a stunned state of disbelief as he exploded. “But we are a revolution!” and “We were born a revolution and will remain a revolution” as he postulated that Palestinians lacked the tradition, unity and discipline to become a formal state. That was something for future generation.xlix That all governments, even communist ones, were hindered by laws and international agreements, and was not interested to place any laws or other obstacles in the way of the Palestinian struggle to eradicate the state of Israel. Implying one could argue, that the notion of Palestine manifests itself much more as an anti-nation,2 rather than a nation.

However, Ceaușescu was able to convince Arafat to ultimately deceive a naive President Jimmy Carter, while still sympathetically conceding that “a war of terror was Arafat’s only realistic weapon.” However, if the deception succeeded, Ceaușescu told Arafat that as a government in exile formally breaking with terrorism, a naive West would shower him with gifts of money and glory. In April 1978, Pacepa accompanied Ceaușescu to Washington as the latter convinced Carter he could persuade Arafat to remake himself and his PLO as instruments of peace.l To which, in 1994, the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Arafat was an unequivocal testament to the success of the overall Soviet/Eastern-bloc strategy of deceit and deception.

Yet in 1995, the number of Israelis killed by Palestinian terrorists rose by 73% compared to the two year period preceding the awarding of Arafat’s Nobel Peace Prize. By the end of the 1998-99 Palestinian school year, Arafat’s Palestinian Authority described Israel as the “Zionist enemy”and equated Zionism with Nazism.li

In 2000, Israel had proposed a two-state solution where the Palestinians had total sovereignty in Gaza and sovereignty in more than 95% of the West Bank.lii This in spite of the fact that in 1948, the invading Arab states rejected the UN version of it in its resolution 181, thus precipitating the First Arab-Israeli War.liii Yet, in September 2000, Arafat started a second intifada. By June 2002, there was already a recorded 13,494 incidents of Palestinian terrorism against Israelis in which more than 600 civilians were killed. Six months later, the number of Israeli civilians killed by the PLO’s “martyrs” (NOTE: Christian martyrs never but never, take the lives of others with them!) exceeded 700.liv

On November 11, 2004, Arafat died in Paris. The illness was short and the cause of death was not clear. However, following Swiss tests carried out on his clothing in July 2012, which found traces of Polonium-210, suspicions have abounded that he died of poisoning from Polonium-210.lv Used as neutron source when mixed or alloyed with beryllium for nuclear uses, when it is ingested, it is a deadly radioactive metallic isotope of high chemical toxicity. lvi


1 The theme of Hamas pretending to be political and non-violent until it can seize power, is brilliantly documented by Brannon Howse in his April 2019 documentary Sabotage The Movie Part 1 at https://www.worldviewweekend.com/situation-room/video/sabotage-movie-hour-1. In particular, Muslim Brotherhood and its offshoots infiltration of the American FBI from about 20 to 40 minutes. Hamas indeed gets a mention – go to 34:06. Read also https://www.jihadwatch.org/2023/11/texas-muslim-murders-swat-cop-and-two-hostages-was-on-fbi-terror-watchlist-had-bomb-making-materials and NOTE the first paragraph: He was on the terror watch list, but the feds clearly weren’t watching. They were too busy hunting for Jan. 6 “insurrectionists” and “white supremacists.”

2 Jerusalem Post article https://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/UN-nation-un-nation-non-nation-anti-nation most aptly titled UN-nation; un-nation; non-nation; anti-nation.

iv Hamas Atrocities Documentation Center Report Oct 7 – https://t.me/Haatdocereport

v Hamas Atrocities Documentation Center Report Oct 7 – https://t.me/Haatdocereport

vi Paper Is Modern Israel Fulfilling Prophecy? By Thomas D. Ice of Liberty University, tdice@liberty.edu https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1023&context=pretrib_arch

viii Pages 2 to 3 of the Paper Is Modern Israel Fulfilling Prophecy? By Thomas D. Ice of Liberty University, tdice@liberty.edu https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1023&context=pretrib_arch

xxv Pages 276 to 277 of the book Disinformation: Former Spy Chief Reveals Secret Strategies for Undermining Freedom, Attacking Religion, and Promoting Terrorism by the Romanian defector Lieutenant General Ion Michal Pacepa – highest ranking Eastern Bloc Cold War defector to the US and Professor Ronald Rychlak. Available on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Disinformation-Strategies-Undermining-Attacking-Promoting/dp/B0BHGB5BHH/.

xxvii Page 277 of Disinformation by Pacepa and Rychlak. See also the story of Aynaz “Annie” Cyrus as a nine-year-old child bride, [yes I repeat … a nine-year-old child bride] on her Live Up to Freedom website at https://liveuptofreedom.com/our-founder/.

xxxix Page 325 of Pacepa.

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xli Page 325 of Pacepa.

xlvi Page 325 of Pacepa.

xlviii Pages 23 – 24 of Pacepa.

xlix Page 325 of Pacepa.

l Page 326 of Pacepa.

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lv Pages 326 – 327 of Pacepa.

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