The Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, stated on April 26th, 2009 that he was bipartisan to a two-state solution between the Palestinians and Israel. That this rhetoric is spewed by one of the most virulent anti-Semitic and holocaust deniers of our times should send a clear message to everyone who is concerned about Israel’s survival, that this solution pressured by the community of nations upon Israel is indeed a suicidal path. In other words, the leader of a fanatical Shiite country whose ultimate aim is to spread Shariah laws and create a caliphate throughout the world is joining the chorus of the global community for Israel to give up strategic and life-saving land to terrorist entities.
Let’s analyze for a moment Ahmadinejad’s surprising interview with ABC’s This Week. This Jew hater is indeed no moron. In fact, he knows that Israel possesses one of the strongest and most efficient armies in the world and that five different wars by Arab countries had been decimated in the past. He clearly understands that the only way to defeat the “Zionist entity,” as he calls it, would be in stages, piece by piece. He knows that by giving up Judea and Samaria, as well as the holiest of Jewish sites, the Temple Mount, Israel will end up having indefensible borders and the Jewish people will have no place to worship, nor to build the Third Temple as prophesied in Ezekiel 37. The term “land for peace” is a clever strategy concocted by the enemies of the Jewish people to rid themselves of what they term an encumbrance in Middle East affairs. The world community believes and certainly claims that by using Israel as “the scapegoat”, life will be safer for the entire world, oil will flow unobstructed to their cities and terrorism will miraculously subside. Ahmadinejad, cognizant of Israel’s power, including nuclear capabilities, albeit not confirmed by Israel, understands full well that in order to reach his ultimate goals, that the “land for peace” strategy is the best suicidal path for Israel’s a.k.a. “Little Satan” destruction. The U.S. or “Big Satan” is part of this Iranian strategy.
Leaders such as Ahmadinejad’s and Hamas’ antagonistic feelings towards Israel and the Jewish people abound throughout the globe. However, at least when they speak, they are not hypocritical and they express their inner hateful sentiments openly and undiplomatically. Albeit, this time, Ahmadinejad is seeing the subterfuge light. In contrast, leaders such as Abbas and his ilk’s, and the diplomats in Europe and the U.S., including the King of Jordan, only look after their own interests and speak double talk when it comes to Israel’s safety and future. For them, the disappearance of the Jewish State would be a relief and a “good riddance” sort of position.
Ahmadinejad’s latest rhetoric, rather than being welcome, should awake those who wish to preserve the continued existence of Israel that the pressure imposed on Israel to establish a Palestinian state in the heart of Israel is a criminal and a nihilistic proposition that would sever Israel’s and the Jewish people’s existence.