- While the sane world has watched with pride as Israel
fought for its shared sane values, the good times are coming to an end.
Now the forces of the New World Order are going to show their cards.
- The cracks in Israel's armor are appearing faster than
anyone can plaster them. After a classic advance which reoccupied the West
Bank in a week, Jenin was proving hard to crack. A few dozen diehards refused
to surrender and booby-trapped a last stand in a crowded block of buildings
in an area not much bigger than a football field. The army called for an
Air Force bombing of the block because it was too dangerous to be tackled
on foot. The government turned down the request because it wouldn't look
good on TV and 13 soldiers paid with their lives for better publicity.
And the "Palestinians" get their own Alamo myth.
- Military analysts are aghast at the Jenin snafu and a
few are beginning to ask questions; Like, why has Hamas not been targeted
for retaliation operations even when they accept responsibility for a terrorist
act? And why wasn't the Gaza Strip cleaned out of terrorists along with
the West Bank? The answer is likely the threat that Hamas will use non-conventional
terror if their backs are to the wall.
- And while the refusal to use a jet or two to clear up
Jenin was based purely on publicity considerations, the brave victims of
this betrayal will have died in vain; for the media vultures are circling,
waiting for the pullback to sweep down on the urban battlefields and record
the horror of war. Pity Israel when they get to picking her flesh. Brace
yourself for bodies and blood, and lots of sob stories told by "innocent"
survivors of Israel's brutality.
- The Children Of Israel are about to become the lepers
of the world. And it has all been planned from the beginning. UN Secretary
General Kofi Annan announced just this before he added that he would be
meeting Colin Powell in Spain. The CFR, UN and Jesuit Vatican will meet
in Madrid to add the final touches to the end game for Israel.
- They have been playing NWO good cop/bad cop with Israel.
Bush and the US, of course, were the good cops, the UN and EU, the bad,
but now Israel is going to discover they were all the same, all along:
same aim, same anti-Semitic agenda, same new order, they just played different
roles for awhile.
- And once the horror of the streets of the West Bank tarnishes
the Jews throughout this perverted planet, there will be no one to stop
the NWO forces from arriving in the region to "bring peace."
They will dictate the terms to both sides and appear as wise as Solomon
as they cut Israel with their scalpel, depriving the country of its land,
water, capital, resources and sovereignty.
- The best we can do is expose the NWO machinations and
hope enough people will wake up in time. I wouldn't bet the farm on it.
Still, I received a timely and useful surprise. It seems that someone took
the trouble to reread the newsletter I co-edited between 1992-96, Inside
Israel. That someone excerpted numerous items from the newsletter and sent
them streaming down the net. I received three copies in a day.
- After the Netanyahu victory in 1996, I wrote that the
new government must arrest, then try those who brought us the Oslo Accord,
and quoted some of the crimes listed below. Since then, the call to try
the Oslo criminals has spread the length and breadth of Israel. Inside
Israel did provide the evidence of betrayal and it provided a glimpse of
how the NWO operates. Look at the dates beside the articles and note how
much has become our pathetic reality since then. And how much this obvious
truth was ignored by the Jews we tried so hard to awaken.
- A Chronology Of 'The Peace Process'
- How We Can Gain Justice For The Victims of Oslo (JVO)
- Just so we don't forget how it happened and who was behind
the creation of the Oslo Accords, in early l993 a very unique news source
appeared reporting on Israel's political, diplomatic and national security
affairs. Had more people took notice of its news reports Israel might not
be suffering today from Arab terrorism
- I was fortunate enough to been one of Inside Israel's
subscribers from l993-l997. Thus, I understand how they did it and why
they did it. I also know who in Israel allowed the foreigners to install
the PA in power. I understand that the destruction of our country didn't
begin in September 2000. It started in l991 when Beilin and Peres began
their plotting to have the Israeli public buy into their deadly secret
deals which were supposed to bring peace. These two "Jews" brought
nothing but misery and bloodshed to both sides. Yet both still maintain
their highly respected positions in Israeli political affairs - with Peres
still serving in the position he started off with in l993. Who knows what
secret deals Beilin is plotting as you read these words. Shame on the Israeli
public for allowing these two traitors/criminals to continue to represent
the interests of the people of Israel. First they corrupted our national
leaders, then they divided us and swiped our soul, and now they are out
to physically destroy us.
- Beilin and Peres' plans and efforts were treacherous,
deceitful, and illegal. They can be brought to justice. When will they
be brought to justice? When will there be Justice for the Victims of Oslo
- The information contained in this Chronology of the Oslo
Accords was based on the press reports which appeared in the Israeli printed
media from l992-l996. The original archives of Inside Israel can be found
at Israel's National Library and Archives in Jerusalem. The author of this
essay is asking all who receive it to translate it, post it on the Internet,
send it to many other Jews and to print out copies and post them on bulletin
boards in synagogues, community centers, schools and yeshivot. We all need
to know how this catastrophe began so we will know who is responsible for
- A Chronology Of Oslo As Recorded In The Archives of Inside
- Year 1, 1993
- Palestinian Affairs How Oslo Really Began
- The Labor party's official chronology of events leading
up to Israel's recognition of the PLO has the seeds planted after the party
assumed power. This is a lie. According to the official scenario, Deputy
Foreign Minister Yossi Beilin started the "Gaza-Jericho First"
ball rolling at an academic conference. It was revealed in March 1995 in
an interview with Yediot Ahronot that Dr. Henry Kissinger took credit for
the idea that led to the Oslo Accord. Dr. K claimed that he suggested pulling
out of Gaza and Jericho first to then Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin back
- The most recent version of the idea, the one that led
to the "Oslo Accords", was brought to life by Beilin who subsequently
pursued it for a year at a Norwegian university through the offices of
Terje Roed Larsen, a social scientist who had been doing research on the
Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Another version of the official version of
how Oslo began is that it was the result of a chance meeting in a hotel
in Oslo between representatives of the PLO and Yair Hirshfeld and Ron Pundak-
two unknown Israeli academics who happened to be staying at the hotel.
Due to that chance meeting, the "Oslo Agreements" were said to
have evolved as Pundak and Hirshfeld (who held no standing whatsoever in
the Israeli government) hammered out an agreement with these PLO officials
and then presented it to the Labor party or ratification.
- Neither story is the truth.
- The origins of Oslo are in January 1990, when the then
Science Minister later to become President, Ezer Weizman meets with PLO
officials in London. He told Labor party head Shimon Peres, who was then
a member of the National Unity Government, about the meetings. Peres knew
then-Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir would not go along with it,
so Peres engineered a coalition. When the "Baker plan" came up
in February l990 it demanded that Jerusalem was put up for negotiations,
which Shamir couldn't accept. On January 17th, l992, US Secretary of State
James Baker tells Hosni Mubarak that the American government would begin
a campaign to force Israel into freezing settlements, and that the Bush
administration would oppose Israel's request to receive $10 billion in
US loan guarantees. New elections were held in June l992 which swept the
Labor to power under Yitzhak Rabin.
- What is absent from this story is "Beilin and Peres'
stinky deal". It went like this:
- Starting in June 1991, Peres had sent Yossi Beilin to
Egypt four times to make an agreement with the PLO. At the King Hotel in
Cairo, Beilin offered Said Kamal and Mahmud Abbas, two Arafat aides, a
deal; in return for the PLO shifting Arab-Israeli votes to Labor in the
upcoming national elections, the Labor party would cancel the law which
forbids meetings with the PLO, freeze Jewish settlements, and give recognition
to something close to a state. The meetings were reported in the Israeli
daily Hadashot by Arab affairs analyst, Yehoshua Mieri, and by two Egyptian
newspapers, Al-Gomhouriya and Al-Wafd.
- After Rabin's election victory, Arafat invited the leaders
of the three radical Arab-Israeli political parties to Cairo and called
for the delegates and the politicians to close ranks behind one united
pro-PLO party that would vote on mass for Labor. This made the difference
on June 23rd, 1992, in effect putting Rabin into power. On November 25th,
just five months after the Labor party was placed back into power based
on their support from the Israeli Arabs, Justice Minister David Libai introduced
into the cabinet a bill to rescind the law banning Israelis from meeting
with representatives of the PLO.
- It is believed that those secret talks were arranged
by members of the Council on Foreign Relations. In an interview with journalist
Yitzhak Ben Horin of Maariv in January l996, Council on Foreign Relations
point man on Israeli affairs, Canadian billionaire Edgar Bronfman, boasts
using his influence to secure Rabin's election in l992, adding: "Usually
I believe Americans should not interfere with the Israeli election infrastructure
but in this case I broke my rule because I believed in the peace process."
Officially, Israel was not publicly involved in a "peace process"
until late August l993.
- February 1993: According to the Lebanese publication,
El-Kifach Al Arabi, secret talks are underway between PLO officials and
the Israeli government in Paris and London. The French magazine Le Canard
Enchaine revealed that French experts will be in charge of establishing
a Palestinian police force to secure an autonomy arrangement in the West
Bank and Gaza. The agreement was reached in November l992 in a series of
meetings in London under the auspices of the American government. One of
the reasons the talks continued in secret is because Israel wanted to have
already concluded an agreement with the PLO before the negotiations are
made public.In a May l995 report in an Israeli newspaper, Oslo negotiator
Ron Pundak revealed that the US State Department "was in on the secret
process from day one."
- A secret clause to the Oslo Accords, authored by then
Deputy Foreign Minister Yossi Beilin, was entitled: "The Palestine
Interim Self-Government Agreement". It explains how the ultimate aims
of the peace process are to 1) roll back Israel's territory to the l949
borders; 2) to create a Palestinian "entity", which, after an
interim period will be granted statehood; and 3)to permit the right of
return for any Palestinian to the new nation.
- The document which dealt with Jerusalem, called: "The
Illegitimacy of Israeli Sovereignty Over Jerusalem," outlines the
Israeli government's program for the future of Jerusalem. It called for
the division of the Old City into cantons whose border posts will be under
UN control. The Plan also wanted to work towards the removal of all Jews
from beyond the Green line, to be done in stages. The first stage would
be the disarming of the settlers. Once the settlers become less able to
defend themselves, army presence on the roads leading to their homes will
be greatly diminished leading to heavy terrorist casualties and a feeling
of fear and helplessness. As part of this program, a "dehumanizing"
effort would take place to paint the residents of the territories as fanatics"
as they were against the peace process. Once such an image had been planted,
the settlers would no longer be identified by most Israelis as one of them
and it would be easier to break their morale to resist.
- Three days before the Washington signing of the Oslo
Accords on September 10th, 1993, Prime Minister Rabin ratified a decision
made earlier allowing 187 members of the Hamas leadership deported to Lebanon
to return home to the West Bank and Gaza three months early. Though Rabin
had stated publicly that week that Hamas could scuttle the agreement with
the PLO, he nevertheless strengthened the organization by placing its strategic
leadership in the battlefront. In Kiryat Shemona hundreds of demonstrators
pelted the busloads of deportees with rocks. With absolutely no protest
from any wing of the political establishment in effect, Rabin's decision
put in place the series of events that led to the wave of deadly terror
that Israel's civilian population is experiencing ten years later.
- Security Affairs
- February 1993: Arafat flew to Khartoum from Amman where
he attends two meetings with Osama Ben Laden and Hassan Atourbi, leader
of the Sudanese Islamic Fundamentalist Movement. The plan to bomb the World
Trade Center in l993 was hatched there with Arafat's approval.
- June 1993: Egypt agreed to establish courses for hundreds
of Palestinians from the territories to team them how to administrate law
enforcement activities. More than 50 Palestinians will be sent to Egypt
to learn how to become police captains. The Egyptians warned that if the
Palestinians don't act soon, they won't have any trained personnel to run
- August 1993: For the first time Arabs gathered at the
Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem heard the assistant mufti, Sheikh Mahmud Aljemal,
call for the killing of all Israeli Jews. The police had taped these comments
but refused to hand them over to the office of the state legal advisor,
Yosef Harish when National Religious Party MK Hanan Porat demanded that
Harish charge Aljemal for incitement to murder. Nonetheless, in the previous
six months 25 mosques were closed down by Israeli authorities after routine
searches uncovered inciteful recordings by Islamic Fundamentalist leaders.
- November l993: Colonel Ron Naveh of Acharei forms an
organization just after the Oslo accords were signed on Sept 13th composed
of Israel Defence Forces officers who refuse to do reserve duty in protest
over the agreement. Naveh predicted: "The agreement is a disaster
for the security of Israel and our only reply is not to serve under the
government which arranged it." Nine months later in May 1994, dozens
of IDF officers signed a protest advertisement that appeared in Israeli
newspapers. The public notice read: "The surrender to terror is the
only achievement of the negotiations with the PLO, which threaten our survival.
Shaking hands with terrorists means terror has won. Arafat represents his
own interests and will never fight for the security of Israel."
- December, l993: Israel Defence Ministry's urges the Israeli
negotiating team with the PLO to demand a detailed report of every weapon
held by PLO personnel in the territories, now and every year after. It
also demanded a joint committee of the PLO and the Mossad to fight terrorism,
and the names and locations of terrorists responsible for 14 of the most
serious PLO attacks.
- Secret Diplomacy
- September 10th: Three days before the signing of the
Oslo Accords in Washington, the Italian newspaper La Stampa reported that
Foreign Minister Shimon Peres concluded a secret deal with the Vatican
to hand over sovereignty of Jerusalem's Old City to the Vatican. The plan
was originally discussed in November 1992 (the same time the first meetings
in London took place to discuss an agreement between Israel and the PLO,
which were probably arranged by Council on Foreign Relations executive,
Edgar Bronfman) when then-Foreign Minister Shimon Peres met with Vatican
officials in Rome. Under the plan, Jerusalem will stay the capital of Israel
but the Old City will be administered by the Vatican. Arafat agreed not
to oppose the plan. The plan also calls for Jerusalem to become the second
Vatican of the world with all three major religions represented but under
the authority of the Vatican.
- October 1993: Peres sends a letter to the Norwegian Foreign
Minister committing Israel to respect PLO governing institutions in Jerusalem.
Peres later denied that such a letter existed, much to the chagrin of Cabinet
whip Moshe Shachal, who transmitted Peres' message to the Knesset and was
furious when the government later admitted that such a letter was actually
sent. In response to the revelation of the letter, Peres told the Knesset
"If you are insinuating that we would ever divide Jerusalem, then
that's an ugly slander
- November l993: In a report in the weekly newspaper Kol
Ha'ir, it was revealed that: "for the past six months, the Israeli
government has been taking advice on the future of Jerusalem from a planning
commission headed by a close aide of Teddy Kollek, Raanan Weitz, formerly
the settlement director of the Jewish Agency. At a secret meeting on September
9, 1993, one day before Prime Minister Rabin signed the recognition agreement
with the PLO in Israel, the forum met secretly and approved in principle
a plan for Jerusalem concocted by Weitz, which he calls, "Metropolitan
- December 1993: In a Knesset debate on the security situation
in the territories, Foreign Minister Shimon Peres announced, " When
a Palestinian state in Gaza is established, it will take care of security."
Members of the opposition were shocked, believing that Peres had finally
admitted publicly the ultimate goal of his agreements with the PLO. After
the Knesset session turned into an uproar, Peres backtracked, claiming
he had meant to say, 'Palestinian police force,' not 'Palestinian state.'
Many opposition MKs were convinced that Peres had already promised the
PLO a state and this was Peres' confession, whether intended or not. __
- Year 2, 1994
- Palestinian Affairs
- January l994: Achmad Awad, leader of the Black Panther
militia of the PLO, asks the court to subpoena Yasir Arafat as a witness
for his defence. Awad was being tried for the murders of sixteen people
and for being an accessory in the deaths of ten others. Awad's defence
was that them murderers were the result of direct orders from Arafat. His
attorney presented faxes to the court from Arafat to Awad ordering executions
of alleged Palestinian collaborators.
- February 1994: PLO members throughout the territories
met secretly to discuss the mental state of their leader. They reached
the conclusion that years of intrigue and assassination attempts have taken
their toll. In Lebanon, PLO chief there, Monir Makdakh, refuses to acknowledge
Arafat's right to lead the PLO and call the shots. Makdakh told reporters
that he will not lay down his arms. He predicted a schism will create two
PLOs, one committed to war on Israel's northern frontier and another within
the autonomous regions purportedly dedicated to snuffing out Palestinian
violence against Israelis with its police force. Makdakh has little faith
in the Palestinian police force's resolve to stop any future bloodshed,
adding: "Lots of my supporters have been placed in this police force.
They will act as I see fit not as Arafat tells them to."
- March l994: Moshe Sasson, autonomy advisor for The Ministry
of Police, confirmed to the Israeli press that an Israeli cabinet minister
had been meeting with Hamas leaders on behalf of the Israeli government.
It was believed to be Yossi Sarid. According to Sasson: "Some Hamas
people want to be in line when we start handing out the fruits of autonomy.
We are cultivating them."
- The first meeting took place before the declaration of
principles between Israel and the PLO was signed in September l993. At
its conclusion, cash was given to the Hamas representatives in order to
buy them into supporting autonomy and moderation. Israeli officials behind
the policy see it as working. They point to the Hamas decision not to attack
the PLO violently as a sign that the organization is coming around to the
latter's way of thinking. They believe the wave of attacks against Jews
since September is a temporary phenomenon that will end once full autonomy
- April 1994: According to an arms dealer in Gaza, since
the September 13th signing of the Declaration of Principles, the residents
of Gaza have been arming themselves. He says smuggling guns from Israel
became infinitely easier as 75% of all Gazans homes now conceal a weapon.
This has caused the price of a pistol to rise from $1,300 in l992 to $3,600
- May l994: Faisal El-Huseini, the PLO's head in Jerusalem,
says he believes that the new police force created by the Palestinian Authority
might need some help to maintain order. If that is the case, an armed militia,
whose members are all Fatah supporters, are ready for action if Israeli
authorization for the fledging Palestinian police is delayed for any reason.
- June l994: Talks between the PLO and Hamas over the administration
of Gaza were completed. Hamas agreed not to oppose the PLO takeover of
Gaza in return for sharing power. In return, Hamas activists received a
significant number of jobs including posts in the Palestinian police force.
Hamas also was allowed to have members of its assassination squad, Az Adin
El Kasam, to be included in the Palestinian constabulary.
- September l994: Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasir
Arafat sends a telegram to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein assuring him
that the fight for Palestine had just begun and would not end until there
was a victory in Jerusalem. There was no protest from the Prime Minister
or any member of the Israeli government to his remarks.
- October l994: Graduates of training courses who are supposed
to serve as policemen in Gaza and Jericho are operating out of the Orient
House. The policemen boasted to the Palestinian press that: "We are
really not policemen, rather feyadeen, and Jericho is our new base for
capturing the rest of Palestine." Shared patrols by the IDF and the
Palestinian police have become a fiasco. Commenting on why his jeep drove
so far behind that of the Palestinian police, one Israeli soldier said:
"We don't know when they are going to start shooting at us. It's a
just a matter of time until they do."
- October 1994: Israel's internal security force, the Shabak,
has had to increase its anti-Hamas operations in light of the recent fracture
in the organization. Hamas in the northern West Bank is allied with the
Lebanese Hizbullah and are the most radical of the factions. Hamas in Jerusalem
and Bethlehem is tied to the Moslem Brotherhood of Jordan and is considered
the most moderate faction. In Gaza and Hebron, Hamas leaders get their
funding and orders from the Moslem Brotherhood in Egypt.
- November 1994: Two Palestinian terrorists who kill two
Israelis on a shooting spree in downtown Jerusalem, are found to have suspicious
pasts. The first was a Palestinian Authority policeman holding weaponry
supplied by Israel. The second arrived in Gaza via Egypt on July 14th.
Found in his pocket were a list of operational commands including an order
to "contact the Egyptian ambassador."
- Secret Diplomacy
- April l994: Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem Shmuel Meir tells
the Jerusalem press that he had received information that properties promised
to the Vatican in Jerusalem would be granted extraterritorial status. (In
early 1996 Meir was killed in a very suspicious car crash whereby the driver
who drove a UN truck into Meir's car was not even charged.)
- The plan for the dividing of Jerusalem would have the
complete support of his planning organization, "The Jerusalem Forum."
It is believed that the plan was drafted according to the wishes of the
Vatican. Three weeks before the Cairo Agreement was signed, Peres and Arafat
meet secretly in Bucharest, Rumania, with the Iranian Foreign Minister.
Arafat was given pledges by Peres that the sovereignty of Jerusalem will
be shared by the PLO and Israel. Peres also agreed to increase the size
of the Palestinian police force to include 500 Sudanese trained by Islamic
fundamentalists, and acquiesced completely on the right of return for all
Palestinians to currently disputed areas, including Jerusalem.
- November 13th, l994: The Israeli newspapers Haaretz,
Maariv and The Jerusalem Post report that David Rockefeller, the chairman
of the Council on Foreign Relations, landed at Jerusalem's Atarot Airport
for a 12 hour secret visit with former mayor Teddy Kollek. Shortly after
Rockefeller left Israel, Kollek flew to Cairo for the first time ever,
met with Egyptian Foreign Minister Omar Mussa and presented him with his
plan for Jerusalem's future. According to this plan, the city would be
divided into quarters, each with its own separate governing body.
- November l994: Israel signs a peace treaty with Jordan
which, according to reports in Haaretz, Maariv, and Yediot Achronot, included
secret clauses concerning water and Jerusalem. The agreement had been negotiated
in London eight months before between Rabin, King Hussein, and Lord Victor
Mishcon, an attorney who represents much of British royalty as well as
the Jordanian monarch. As part of the agreement, Jordan would receive control
over the Islamic Holy sites within a Vatican-controlled Old City of Jerusalem.
- Year 3, 1995
- Palestinian Affairs
- March l995: The Israeli government agrees that Palestinians
would now be able to travel freely within Israel. Under the terms of the
agreement, Palestinian Authority officials travelling between Gaza and
Jericho will pass through Hebron and Jerusalem with their bodyguards fully
armed beside them. Although Prime Minister Rabin initially told the country
that the PLO would be allowed 9,000 policemen to protect Arafat and wipe
out anti-Israeli terrorism, within two years 25,000 "policemen"
were roaming the streets of the Gaza Strip. Many were fully trained terrorists
imported from North Africa, Lebanon, Iraq an Yemen. They had no interest
in arresting other terrorists and allowed the to train under their noses.
- May l995: Over a thousand PLO policemen roam the streets
of Jericho and many residents of this once peaceful city of 12,000 want
them out. They are accused of killing, raping and looting at will and with
impunity and citizens are frightened to leave their homes.
- June l995: Speaking before members of the Weizmann Institute,
then Deputy IDF Chief-of-Staff Matan Vilanai announced: "The Palestinians
hate us like death and they don't consider someone who murders Israelis
a criminal." (Vilani would later served as a minister in Ehud Barak's
- July l995: Jibril Rajoub's personal bodyguards stand
trial in Israel for kidnapping two Jerusalem Arabs at gunpoint to bring
them to a PLO investigation.
- September l995: Israel suffers from enormous acts of
sabotage from the PLO and the government covered each one up. Fires raged
in July as Peres and Arafat were rushing to meet the deadline for the agreement
on the second stage of the autonomy talks. Environment Minister Yossi Sarid
and Police Minister Moshe Shachal conducted furious negotiations with the
PLO on the morning of July 2nd beseeching Arafat not to allow any Palestinian
group to take responsibility for the fires and in return he would get his
agreement the next day. Labor feared that if the PLO or any Palestinians
were blamed for the fire in the Jerusalem Forest it would cause their fall
from power and the end of the peace process
- October, 1995: Nadav Haetzni of Maariv writes: "Arabs
throughout the West Bank and East Jerusalem dread the day the PLO takes
over their cities and towns. One PLO supporter said: "The PLO have
no sense of justice, no courts, no legal system. They will shake us down
and ruin our businesses."
- November, 1995: Two days before Rabin's death two car
bombs exploded. Yediot Ahronot and Israeli TV reported that the car bombs
were assembled in front of the PLO's border policemen and were allowed
to pass through their checkpoints. This was said to be the latest example
of collusion between the PLO and the "radical" camp.
- November l995: Before Israel releases Palestinians held
in prisons to the PA, they must sign a document promising to support the
peace process and never engage in terrorism again. Jamal Sakawi, who was
sentenced to 24 years for attempted murder and released as part of the
Oslo 2 agreement summed up the document this way: "It was just a piece
of paper. I signed it to get out of there. In practise it means nothing.
There is no peace, only terror."
- Secret Diplomacy
- June l995: The Jordanian newspaper Taot A-Shaab reported
that Hamas leader Dr. Musa Abu Marzuk, flew to Washington for secret negotiations
with the US. In the report, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak confirmed
the secret channel adding that the Americans are also conducting secret
negotiations with the Moslem Brotherhood, believing that the Americans
want to cover their bets in case either Arafat or Mubarak are overthrown.
- Year 4, 1996
- Palestinian Affairs
- May 1996: The Saudi newspaper Al Hayat reported that
Arafat had cut a deal with Hamas in March. The terms were that if the organization
stopped terrorist activities until after the Israeli elections, he would
release hundreds of Hamas prisoners from his jails. Once the election were
over, the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Mustapha Mashor, said
that Arafat told him he would be releasing hundreds of Islamic Jihad and
Hamas prisoners to open a new terror front against Israel.
- August 1996: Israel TV commentator Ehud Yaari notes that
corruption and violence have become so intolerable that Arab leaders in
Hebron have appealed to the IDF not to withdraw from the city. Khalad Abu-Tuoma,
an Arab reporter for the weekly Jerusalem newspaper, Yerushalayim, writes
that "PLO policemen are torturing Palestinians with dual Israeli citizenship.
Kol Ha'air reported on Zakhi Nakhas, deputy mayor of Albira, who had been
held and tortured for three weeks by the PLO's intelligence force for the
crime of being appointed by the Israeli-established municipal council.
- December l996: Eitan Rabin of Haaretz reports that cooperation
between Israeli and PLO intelligence forces have broken down in the wake
of the discovery by the Israelis of a secret and most sensitive operation.
Called Operation Thorn Field, it was devised by officers of the Palestinian
policy force as a plan to entice Israeli soldiers into a shooting war:
Rabin writes: "Israel will be forced to reenter Palestinian cities,
and when she does, Jordanian and Egyptian forces will enter the fray."
- May l996: The Director of the CIA, George Tenet, appoints
former CIA director, John Deutsch, to be his liaison between Israel and
the PLO. Then Prime Minister Shimon Peres assented to the PLO sending 40
"policemen" for an advanced CIA marksmanship course in Virginia.
The CIA-trained hit squad's mission was to eliminate Jewish leaders of
Judea, Samaria and Gaza and spreading mass demoralization as a prelude
to removing the residents of these areas from their homes. PLO Security
Chief Jibril Rajoub was in charge of the operation. The official reason
for the creation of the Palestinian sniper squad was to eliminate Hamas
and Islamic Jihad terrorists. John Deutsch and George Tenet are both members
of the Council on Foreign Relations.
- Secret Dipomacy
- February l996: A delegation from the Vatican met with
PLO Religious Affairs Minister Hassan Tahbob in Jerusalem. Head of the
Vatican delegates, Father Serge Sebastian, Secretary General of the Vatican,
announced that the Holy See recognizes PLO sovereignty over East Jerusalem.
During that same month after Shimon Peres had replaced Yitzhak Rabin as
Israel's prime minister, Internal Security Minister Moshe Shachal refused
to allow a Palestinian Authority meeting at the Vatican's Notre Dame Hospice
in Jerusalem. According to Shachal, the Palestinians were planning to "use
the Vatican to circumvent the Oslo Accords."
- March l996: The Israeli daily business newspaper, Globes,
reports in a four part series of articles proving Israel has legal title
to 20,000 acres of Syrian land much of it in the Golan. The land was legally
purchased by Baron Rothschild in the 1890s and less then legally confiscated
by the Syrian government in 1942. The Baron transferred the deeds to the
Jewish National Fund in l957.
- RAVIV'S TRIAL
- I attended the trial of Avishai Raviv last Sunday and
here is what happened. The large crowd of journalists is barely seated
before the judges agree to drop the charges against Raviv for heading an
illegal organization, Eyal. Judge Cohen quickly agrees to drop several
key witnesses from the prosecution roster. Most significant, Eitan Oren,
the Channel One director no longer has to testify to his role in staging
Eyal's phoney swearing in ceremony or training camp.
- Raviv's new attorney, Eitan Peleg, who journalist Adir
Zik tells me once worked for the Shabak's legal affairs department, argues
that his client is on trial, "Only because some people, like the prosecutor,
want talk about the Rabin murder conspiracy quashed." It is a subtle
threat. The judges and prosecution team get the message: Get this trial
over painlessly or some truths may slip out.
- Judge Cohen understands and postpones the next trial
date to July 21. Make that the ninth postponement, surely a judicial record.
Unlike Raviv's previous lawyer, Eyal Shomroni Cohen, the Raviv team of
Hacohen and Peleg have no interest in pursuing anything resembling truth.
- Peleg holds a mini-press conference outside the chambers.
I start to ask, "Raviv's previous lawyer Eyal Shomroni-Cohen..."
- Peleg does not like the sound of this. "Who are
you he asks?" I respond with my name. "I'm not answering any
question from you," he declares.
- "Like, what if Amir didn't murder Rabin?" I
- "I'm not answering you."
- "Then I'll report that. I can did deeper than you're
- He knows that I know the shoddy legal game he's playing.
He tries to make a joke. He puts his palms on his belly and says, "Yes
but I can expand farther than you."
- I put my hand on my unfortunately full pot and reply,
"You'll have competition in that too."
- He looks at my hand, smiles and answers, "That's
- An American reporter intervenes: "Mr. Peleg, what
are you hiding? Do you think you can choose who to answer at an American
- Peleg replies, "This is Israel and I can do whatever
- Indeed; including covering up Raviv's crimes for the
ruling establishment who brought us Oslo, the Rabin murder and a war Israel
won hands down but is about to lose anyway.
- Some recommendations:
- Ric Shulman is one of the best thinkers in the Jewish
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- Remember the Safra murder in Monaco? It's not the way
we were told: http://www.TedMaher.com
- A tremendous analysis of the Bush plot against Israel
at: Joel Skousen's World Affairs Brief (http://www.joelskousen.com)
- I spent two weeks at the home of Vendyll and Anita Jones
in Dallas last year. There I met Jim Long. Finally, a chance to show my
gratitude for all of the Jones' unmatchable hospitality by advocating
Jim Long's work. He is a wonderful guy and entertaining writer.
- The Riddle of the Exodus By Jim Long New Book and Video
Now available from Lightcatcher Books
- Biblical Stories and Egyptian Archaeology combine to
offer proof to this pivotal event in the history of the Jewish people.
- If once again you'd like to hear me talk, go to http://www.israelnationalnews.com/english/radio/recorded/Frecorded.htm
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- And the correct address for the first conspiracy forum
- I'm proud to announce that Counting Coup Press has just
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