Qatar Emir challenges global community silence on Israeli occupation.

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Qatar’s leader says Israel continues to carry out ‘flagrant violation of international resolutions’.

Qatar Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani has questioned the credibility of the international community as it “stands by, unable to take any effective action to confront Israeli intransigence and its continued occupation of Palestinian and Arab land”.

In his video speech at the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly, the emir questioned the role of countries and organisations for failing to uphold the resolutions against the continued Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories and its expansion of settlement building.

He accused Israel of carrying out “flagrant violation of international resolutions and the two-state solution as agreed upon by the international community”.

“The international community stands by, unable to take any effective action to confront Israeli intransigence, its continued occupation of Palestinian and Arab land, the imposition of a stifling siege on the Gaza Strip, [and] the expanding settlement policy, among others,” he said.

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“Peace can only be achieved when Israel fully commits to the international terms of reference and resolutions that are accepted by the Arab countries and upon which the Arab Peace Initiative is based.”

The Arab Peace Initiative was a plan put forth by Saudi Arabia in 2002 that called for normalising relations with Israel in exchange for an end to its occupation of Palestinian territories, the establishment of a Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders and with East Jerusalem as its capital, as well as a just solution for Palestinian refugees.

Qatar’s ruler said Israel is trying to “circumvent these parameters” and any arrangements that do not take these factors into account “will not achieve peace”.

“Failure to find a just solution to the Palestinian cause, Israel’s continued settlements, and forcing a reality on the ground without being deterred, this is what raises the biggest question about the credibility of the international community and its institutions,” the emir added.

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He called upon the international community, particularly the UN Security Council, to assume its legal responsibilities and “compel Israel to lift the siege on the Gaza Strip, and to put the peace process back on track through credible negotiations based on international resolutions and not on force”.

Speaking from outside the UN headquarters in New York, Noble Reporters Media knows that it was interesting to see many Arab states within the Arab League remain consistent in their views on Israel and Palestine – which revolves around the international consensus that there should be a two-state solution.

On September 15, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed agreements to normalise relations with Israel in a strategic realignment of Middle Eastern countries against Iran.

The ceremony was hosted by US President Donald Trump at the White House, capping a dramatic month when the countries agreed to normalise ties without a resolution of Israel’s decades-old conflict with the Palestinians, who have condemned the agreements


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2 thoughts on “Qatar Emir challenges global community silence on Israeli occupation.”

  1. Israel’s 3 No’s:  
    1.  No to any negation of the Israeli victory of the 1967 6 Day War.
    2.  No to any surrender of Israeli rule from all of Jerusalem.
    3.  No to any 1948 alien Balestinian stateless refugees, much less their descendants, receiving Israeli citizenship.

    Ursula von der Leyen delivered her first State of the Union speech, but she made no mention of the recent peace treaties between UAE and Bahrain  with Israel.. The EU talks about the absolute need for trust between member states in that Union, specifically in Eastern Europe. Yet demands the division of Israel in the face of total distrust!!! The EU has a hostile agenda in the Middle East.  She said nothing about the vile Turkish continued occupation of Cyprus.  The vile hypocrisy that EU rhetoric refers to as the ‘Rule of Law’, also popularly referred to as “international law”, specifically the EU condemnation based upon its evil support of UN/Obama 2334, by which foreign alien Powers declare that they have a mandate to determine the international borders of States in the Middle East.

    After the 1967 Six-Day War, Israel was — in Defense Minister Moshe Dayan’s famous phrase — “waiting for a telephone call” from Arab leaders. At a summit conference in Khartoum, Sudan from August 29 to September 1. There they pledged to continue their struggle against Israel. Influenced by Nasser, their conditions were quite specific: no peace with Israel, no negotiations with Israel, no recognition of Israel.

     Arabs fought and lost wars to throw the Jews into the Sea and complete the Nazi genocide which murdered 75% of all European Jewry in less than 4 years.  Germany lost its land grab wars, and got its Capital of Berlin divided. The EU seeks to negate the Israeli victory of 1967. If they can succeed to negate that victory, then what’s to stop them from negating the Israeli 1948 Independence War victory?

    The problem centers not upon Arab rejection of their defeats in war. But rather Arab cowardice to repatriate their Arab refugee populations.  Arab countries started both the 1948 and 1967 wars.  In 1948, immediately after their defeat, Arab and Muslim states unilaterally expelled all Jews living in their countries.  Israel repatriated all of these Jewish refugee populations – some 800,000 people which Arab and Muslim countries unilaterally expelled in their post war hysteria.

    A similar number of Arab stateless refugees fled the newly established Jewish state. To this very day, not a single Arab or Muslim country has agreed to repatriate their stateless Arab refugee populations. This problem the Arab states must address. The Balestinians refer to this problem – through the denial of their refugee status – as their ‘right of return’. Utter nonsense. Jews prior to the 1948 Independence War miracle, we lived as stateless refugee populations – scattered across North Africa, the Middle East, and all of Europe – for over 2000 years. Jewish stateless refugees had no rights. A basic lie, for Balestinians (Arabs can not pronounce the letter P) to declare that they have rights.

    Diplomacy has its windows of opportunity.  Prior to the 1948 Israeli Independence War, the UN promoted a 2 State opportunity to Arabs and Jews.  After the victory the window permanently slammed shut for any 2 state solution.  Immediately after the 1967 June War, Israeli leaders favored land for peace.  But with almost 1 million Jews living in Samaria, this window too has permanently slammed shut.

    Yom HaDin judges the neshama, the Name E’l, as in Elul.  The Book of שמות dedicates 4 Parshaot to the vessels of the Mishkan and garments.  Two Parshaot prior to the sin of the Golden Calf and two Parshaot there after, which close the Book of שמות.  An object casts its shadow.  This idea explains סוד.  A building stands upon a concealed יסוד.  This method of scholarship, the opposite of רמז, words contained in other words, בראשית:  ברית אש, ראש בית, ב’ ראשית.  Herein the 6 letters of בראשית teach the discipline of רמז.  The discipline of סוד works in the opposite way, it expands a concealed agenda through other metaphors like, for example יסוד.  The foundation upon which a building stands – a סוד concealed from view.

    Check out the opening of 1st Kings.  There the Order of king Shlomo’s administrators mentioned in detail.  Oral Torah logic works by making “measured” comparisons by which a person can judge the depth of an idea.  A blueprint reads by having a front, side, top view of an designed object.  Reading a blueprint gives a 3 dimensional view of that designed object, as read from a 2 dimensional blueprint.  

    Just looked at some modern commentators who express their fervent belief in the new testament avoda zara.  These writers, as a rule, parrot the written words from their Bible translations.  They offer no depth analysis of the words which they quote.  By stark contrast, rabbi Akiva handed over a kabbala known as פרדס unto his students.  The entire works of Mishna and Gemara, both stand upon the יסוד of פרדס scholarship.  A thousand years later, Reshon scholarship, debated sh’ittot on how to understand פשט.  Scholarship on the Talmud, which lacks a working disciplined knowledge of פרדס, directly compares to Xtianity biblical commentators who quote directly from their bible translations, to preach their son of god noise.

    The Auchron sh’itta which teaches פלפול likewise fails to teach פרדס.  The emptiness of this popular Yeshiva learning device … a child learns all week in Yeshiva, his rav teaches the פלפול method of scholarship.  That child comes home for shabbot, and at the shabbot dinner table talks about all subjects – other than his learning in the Yeshiva.  The problem with פלפול, this splitting of hairs between how one Reshon commentator learns a line of Gemara vs. how another Reshon comments – on that identical Gemara phrase – only a few of the boys actually follow the fission scholarship as taught by their Maggid shiur.  Never met a child who possesses the skill to discuss his פלפול learning at the shabbot table!  

    If for no other reason than this, this פלפול sh’itta of learning – its just plain wrong.  Rabbis treat פרדס, in a similar wrong way – comparable to saying the 13 middot in the month of Elul. During prayers of selichot, Yidden open the doors revealing the Safer Torah within.  Over and again Yidden repeat the 13 tohor middot prayer matras.  Never once does any Rabbinic authority challenge the folk to discern/understand the distinction between a tohor midda from a tohor midda.  How can a person dedicate their דרך ארץ walk before HaShem, if that person never strives to define – from the Torah – tohor middot?!

    Throwing out names of revered authorities, like for example, the Maharal of Prague etc., appeals to authority fails to teach the required kabbala of פרדס, upon which the entire Talmud learns.  The concealed common denominator that links the vessels of the Mishkan and garments of the Cohonim, with the appointments of the key Administrative posts made by king Shlomo’s Order of government, [compare and contrast].  This Torah/Prophets depth analysis, what common denominator do they share in common?  Both Primary sources omit any and all reference to the establishment of a Federal lateral common law Court system.  The basis of Yetro’s mussar given unto Moshe, prior to the revelation of the Torah at Sinai.

    Weigh the blessing within the Shemone Esri:

    ולירושלים עירך ברחמים תשוב ותשכן בתוכה כאשר דברת, ובנה לתוכה תכין: ברוך אתה ה’, בונה ירושלים.
    with the opening set of stories in the first Book of Kings compared to the last four closing Parshaot of the 2nd Book of the Torah, which address the vessels of the Mishkan and the Cohen garments.  The k’vanna of these two comparative case studies shares a common root foundation, they both, as stated above, omit the key subject of Federal lateral common law courts.

    Justice through courts of lateral Common Law defines the Good Name of Jerusalem, rather than some grand Temple structure made of wood and stone.  The learning of Talmud requires knowledge of rabbi Akiva’s פרדס kabbala.  The study of Talmud, פרדס most essentially defines. The רמז\סוד compares to the roots of a tree, ever expanding in search of water and minerals, which the tree requires in order to live.  Like the foundation upon which a building stands, so too and how much more so, the roots necessary for classic plant life, excluding mushrooms.
     
    To understand the halakic component of the Talmud also compares to the grammar of Hebrew verbs. Each and every Hebrew verb has a two or three letter שרש root, upon which Hebrew grammar builds its language.  What does the 3 letter verb root compare?  To racism.  The first word of the Torah, its 6 letters conceals, it hints to a basic רמז of 2 beginnings/ב’  ראשית. Language opposed by actions; racism employs both the slander/perversion of words, together with violent crimes, committed by mass murder psycho-paths, together with their groupy (just following orders) followers.

    The Creation story establishes as its center stage prop, the metaphor of the Tree of Life and the Tree of Good and Evil. The kabbala of this story, most essentially defines Talmud through the tohor and tuma Yatzirot within our hearts.  The symbol of life and death, expressed through the tohor and tuma Yatzirot, as expressed in the mitzva of kre’a shma, the Mishna understands that through this mitzva, Yidden have the opportunity to choose the yoke of Fear of Heaven; and live their lives for the purpose of building the reputation of their Good Name. 

    The language of this opening Torah story, a world full of chaos and anarchy, contrasts with the Order imposed by the 7 days of Creation.  These two opposing powers of conflict, they mirror – they reflect – the two fundamentally opposed forces within Nature – life & death.  The eternal conflict between these two opposing great powers, in their own odd manner, equally defines the laws of gravity; they create a magnetic field, which impacts human health.

    The kabbala of rabbi Akiva’s hints to a possible comparison to the basis of physics: gravity, electromagnetism, weak nuclear force, and strong nuclear force – the 4 fundamental forces of Physics.  James Clark Maxwell through mathematical equations unified electric and magnetic forces in 1864.  About 80 years thereafter, quantum physics consolidated electromagnetism with quantum physics.  The interaction of these 4 primary forces, both פרדס and forces of physics, both tend to interact, so to speak, on a subatomic level.

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