Monday, July 24, 2006

Israel starts disintegrating

I think we are seeing the beginning of the end even for this little hostile rogue apartheid state called Israel: the signs are clearly there in the commemorative plaque recently placed where once stood the King David hotel. With this plaque Israel is commemorating the fact that its state was built on terrorising others and that terror pays. From the bombing of the King David hotel, the first letter bomb posted in England by the Irgun gang in 1948, the first hijacking of an airliner in 1954, the massacre of Sabra and Sahtila in the Lebanon under the watchful eye of Ariel Sharon, the shooting down of a civilian airliner in 1973 to today's brutal onslaught on the Lebanon – Israel's history is one of terror and political blackmail. And its Western sponsors are cowed into submission as easily as the politician who fears for his reputation when the prostitute he used to visit starts making demands.

There was a bit of diplomatic disagreement between the Israelis and the British on the wording of the plaque, and the wording was eventually changed to reflect the British contention that they had not evacuated the hotel because they had not received a prior warning. Leaving such niceties aside, the plaque celebrates the fact that Israel's independence was won by killing 92 innocent people in a terrorist attack, followed by a relentless campaign to drive the indigenous population out by force.

Since it is in English, not Hebrew, the plaque is clearly aimed at the international visitor. It consists only of two paragraphs, but the diligence of British diplomats concerned about the first draft did not go as far as spotting that the Israelis can't spell English words. Within the first two sentences we find "Headquaters" and "fightres". It may well be the language skills and orthography of British officials is no longer up to scratch either, but there is a sure sign that these days things are cooked up and put together hastily and without much checking or quality control, to use the more fashionable management term.

The plaque thus stands as a witness to the inaptitude and incompetence of a state that was once considered invincible. Israel still plans its expansionist strategy, like the tactical withdrawal from the Lebanon a few years ago, followed by the assassination of Hariri, followed by the international pressure for Syria to withdraw, followed by the renewed invasion of the Lebanon without much resistance allegedly planned over a year ago. But cracks are appearing in the edifice and they are beginning to make avoidable and stupid mistakes. The big bully (or mafia boss) is losing his grip, and nobody is going to pity him when he falls; in fact they will all kick him when he's down together with his gang of supporters. Iran's president Ahmedinejad is spot on with his comment: "I advise them to pack up and move out of the region before being caught in the fire they have started in Lebanon".


At 24 July 2006 at 15:21, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I could not have put it better myself!
Look at their military now entranched is a war with Hizbullah and having little effect over the past 2 weeks other than destroying civilians lives.
Some say they were duped by Iran, well even if they were it was still their stupid mistake.
Bullies will always have their last day!

At 25 July 2006 at 15:54, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How fitting for a German born Muslim fundamentalist to write anti-Semitic crap!

Nazi terrorist comes into mind!!

At 25 July 2006 at 16:09, Blogger Mustaqim said...

You're a funny lot, aren't you: now even pointing out spelling mistakes counts as anti-Semitic, which proves that the term is nothing but meaningless polemic.

At 25 July 2006 at 16:46, Anonymous Anonymous said...

pointing out spelling mistakes may have had more weight if you hadn't misspelt "ineptitude"

At 25 July 2006 at 16:57, Blogger Mustaqim said...

How would you spell it, inapt dude?
Pick up any dictionary and you will find that both inaptitude and ineptitude are interchangeable and in current usage.

At 25 July 2006 at 17:08, Blogger Truth said...

Yes, by all means, focus on the irrelevant minutae since you obviously cannot focus on the undisputed facts that what Dr. Sahib Mustaqim Bleher says is true. I look forward to the day when that racist entity is gone. And even though people will always find reasons to point fingers and cry "anti-Semitism" which is a misnomer, you don't realize that with Israel gone, Jews would actually be much, much safer as a people, if they'd just learn to be loyal to whatever country they inhabit!

At 25 July 2006 at 22:00, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How is Israel an apartheid state when 900,000 Muslim Arabs (22% of population) live in Israel proper and participate in Knesset and the army?

Compare this with aparthied Saudi Arabia (Jews at 0%), Apartheid Malaysia (Israeli passports not allowed in) "Palistine" something like 5% Jewish now and dropping like a rock?

Muslims are welcome in Israel. Jews are not welcome anywhere else in the middle east.

When the palestinians get their houses back from 60 years ago, can the Jews go back to all the arab countries that expelled 700,000 of them in 1948? Right of return for one is right of return for all, is it not?

At 25 July 2006 at 22:23, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just read the plaque-

To the regret and dismay of the Irgun, 91 people were killed.

How is this a "celebration" as you say? Or are you saying Israeli terrorism is bad, therefore Arab terrorism is also bad, no? No, I didn't think so.

When Palistinians kill civilians, they rejoice and hand out candies.

When Israelis kill a civilian, they regret it, are dismayed and fell badly because it was unintentional. That is why they blanket the country with papers saying to evacuate.

Hezbollah and Hamas put women and children in front of them to shield them when they shoot. They don't care how many civilians die the glorious martyrs death, the more the merrier.

Israeli's put the baby carriage behind them to shield the baby when they are shot at. That is the difference.

Hamas and Hezbollah are not honorable soldiers, nor are they brave. They are cowards who hide behind the weak and don't care how many die.

At 26 July 2006 at 05:21, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey truth,

"I look forward to the day when that racist entity is gone."

Is that code for looking forward to a day without Jews?

At 26 July 2006 at 09:50, Anonymous Anonymous said...


What planet are you living on? Have you ever met an Arab Israeli that thinks they are treated the same as Jewish Israelis?
And you say Jews ae not welcome in the Middle East? Do you know anything about Yemen, Iran, Bahrain and others where Jewish communities exist IN PEACE with Arabs and I can assure you are not degraded in any way.
Get your facts right, and please don't reply with the usual script of anti-semite, terror apologist rubbish until you have the self respect to look at the true facts that the people are dealing with in this conflict. That is what drives the resistance, not any of the political spin (lies!).

At 26 July 2006 at 21:48, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Flying Imam, you rock!!! I always look forward to your blogs!
Ma'a salaam
Hayam Nur

At 28 July 2006 at 07:06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is Israel going to disintegrate? Well,this question can only be addressed in the context of the geopolitical realities of our age. As we witness the war of annihilation conducted by Israel in Lebanon and Gaza, and crimes against humanity being committed by this rogue state, and when the whole of Lebanon has been torn to bits and its infrastucture reduced to piles of rubble, its population mercilessly and in most cowardly fashion being slaughtered by aerial bombarment and high tech weapons of mass destruction including the cluster bombs the United States stands firmly with Israel in this carnage. In fact, Israel is quite right to procalim that the 'world community' sides with Israel to carry on this war. Bush and his co-culprits dominate the world politcal arena by military force and their false propaganda and lies presented as the voice of the 'world community'. The results are before us. The world is silent because America nullifies all and dictates. As Condi Rice told Israel that 'We want a new Middle East'. That 'new Middle East' is being shaped in Lebanon and Palestine. Can Hezbollah alone fight for long combined power and weaponery of the World Superpower, America, and Middle East's Superpower, Israel???

At 28 July 2006 at 21:34, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Yes, I've met many- I used to work for Intel in Jerusalem.

Because some middle eastern countries have Jewish populations is great, (living together in peace is nice, is it not? How come Palestine can't figure out how to do this?) however it does not excuse the many countries that give anybody who is not Muslim a hard time- Perhaps I miss-spoke saying Jews are not welcome ANYWHERE in the middle east, when the reality is that they are welcome only in some spots, but definitely not others- How does that invalidate my entire arguement? It doesn't. And you didn't answer my question either. Are you telling me that Pali's in the West Bank blow up grandmas and babies in cafe's(on purpose!) to achieve some sort of better life for Arabs living as Israeli citizens that already have a hugely higher standard of living than the Pali's on the West Bank- they can own property, vote, take others to court for grievences. Would you like to tell me how an Arab Israeli citizen is exactly a 2nd class citizen? You have got to be joking.

I don't know where self-respect enters this conversation, but I could not have any self-respect if I believed that anybody who believes in a different religion than me (and I'm athesist) means they are sub-human or come from apes and pigs and deserve to be treated as lesser dhimmis, with less rights, more taxes, etc than the normal population. Arabs within Israel are not treated as dhimmis. See Saudi Arabia for guidance on that and compare the two. Which country would you rather live in as a minority religion?

The reason for the resistance is Arafat and his cronies egged these people on for decades promising the impossible and the other Arab countries allowed this to happen. Why didn't Jordan take back the Pali's? Why didn't Egypt take back the Pali's? Because they liked the noise they made. The president of Lebanon said this week they didn't even want the Pali's that lived there now- there were 500,000 that were increasing their population too fast and Lebanon couldn't integrate them. I can provide you with a link quoting him on that if you like.

The Palestinian people need to start creating their own existence where they live NOW. 60 years is stupid amount of time to keep a grudge going and sit and wait for others to provide them with a livelihood. If they put 1/2 the effort in creating a nice life for themselves that they do in trying to destroy others lives, they could make something out of the land they have now, but they won't do it and so they must live in the shithole of their own creation. They have taught their children from infancy to dress up like suicide bombers, etc, and to make war and kill Jews wherever possible and glorify death. Then everybody acts surprised when thay grow up and do just that. Israel made the desert bloom. Pali's pull down the greenhouses the Israeli's left them then complain of not having food. Stupid. The Pali's never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity and the world is sick of their whining.

Thank you for letting me post and not deleting my thoughts. I appreciate it.

At 29 July 2006 at 00:24, Anonymous Anonymous said...

All of Lebanon is not being destroyed, the people are not being "annihillated', the entire infrastructure is not in ruins- Most of Lebanon is intact. The over the top hyperbole used against Israel "it's a genocide!!", etc. is really dumb.

At 31 July 2006 at 03:08, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Asalaamualaykum, mashallah this is a great artical eheh, and the responce is a wonderfull display of both ignorance and intellect lol, may ALLAH bless you Sidi sahib , ma salaam, Celt Islam.

At 11 August 2006 at 23:08, Anonymous Anonymous said...

First of all, what proof do you have Israel killed Hariri?
The UN investigation seems to point at Syria and Syria's circumstantial evidence is also strong. Israel only lost form Hariri's death, as he was one of the more positive reformers (In Israeli eyes) of Lebanon contributing to its passage from a battleground to tourism ground.
Most Israelis I know including myself wish Lebanon would really have become the Switzerland of the Middle East, instead of the local revolutionary teller branch of Iran for Hezbollah to draw support and blood from. Syria would have only lost from this Switzerland as Syria's rusting dictatorship would be further racked by the economic and moral rivalry of a neighboring successful Arab Nation. Lebanon's economic success would not have threatened Israel much as Israel's tourism comes mainly from Jewish and Christian pilgrimage which is irrelevant to Lebanon; and most of the Israeli economy is centered around industry and technology and much less tourism anyway.
Israel has only to lose from any destabilizing event in Lebanon or in any Arab country. I say so regretfully since it is clear that this stability means that the corrupt and fascist Arab regimes of Israel's neighbors are kept in place where I would personally wish them to go the way of the "Democratic" Republic of Germany (how The Former East German dictatorship humouredly called itself); but it seems this is currently too much to hope for the Arabs' future, perhaps when the oil runs out sometime in 2050 we shall see some whiffs of reform.

At 11 August 2006 at 23:24, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And furthermore, if you think I am being pareonizing in attitude to the Arab natives you are wrong,
patronizing implies I think I and my nation are better than them, I don't think so. I think their circumstances and tribal ways have led them to suffer at the boot of their politcal and religious leaders which can ride them like a mule as long as they keep their honour, while the honourless Jews in Israel have managed to turn their leaders into mules to drive them in a plausible direction, after 2000 years of experience as second class citizens in other lands which got them rid of the importance of honour.
Until you can shout to your president in parliament that he is a mule in his face and get away with it, your country is living upside down.


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