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‘Spencer’s The Palestinian Delusion counters the sham Amnesty Report with truth’ By Robert Spencer
Wednesday, February 09, 2022

The Palestinian Delusion

Jihad Watch : Here is a splendid new review of my book The Palestinian Delusion, which you can order here. “Learn the facts: Countering the sham Amnesty Report with truth: Spencer’s The Palestinian Delusion: The Catastrophic History of the ME Peace Process counters the sham Amnesty Report with truth. Op-ed.” By Faith Quintero, Israel National News, February 8, 2022:

In fewer pages than Amnesty International took to smear Israel in a “report” they rooted in distortion and omission, Robert Spencer had preemptively set the record straight in The Palestinian Delusion: The Catastrophic History of the Middle East Peace Process.

Spencer takes readers through an easy to digest, academic journey that stretches from before the reestablishment of the modern state of Israel, through today. The Palestinian Delusion shines light on the aggressive forces, and the appeasers of such aggressive forces, that have tried to inhibit Israel’s success and devastate its people.

Amnesty International has joined in on an already established off-tune chorus in which slandering the Israeli state has become an increasing trend. They released their hit job months after Human Rights Watch released theirs. Neither report mentions that Islamic terrorists regularly target Jewish citizens with violent attacks that have killed more than a thousand people and injured thousands more in just the past couple of decades, or that Israelis have been prompted to tighten security to discourage such attacks.

Spencer provides the context that these sham human rights groups take pains to conceal. He details the harsh reality inflicted on the people of the only democracy of the Middle East and how the single-minded goal to destroy them, also harms Palestinian Arabs. “Mahmoud Abbas and his two sons control a business empire worth four hundred million dollars . . . the leader of Hamas’s political wing, Khaled Mashaal, is also a billionaire.”

Mashaal isn’t the only Hamas terrorist with a fortune, largely skimmed from United States and European aid money, funds that were meant to help improve the lives of the people, but instead, have gone into harming them. In addition to hording money to indulge in a lavish lifestyle that they deny their people, Hamas (acronym for their Arabic name, The Islamic Resistance Movement) leaders pay Palestinian Arabs to deliberately get in harm’s way.

Spencer details the Hamas injury reward system they implemented during the 2018 riots, riots that were erroneously reported as simply, protests. Hamas’s goal was to boost global anger toward Israel when the terror group tried to breach Israel’s border: $500 to any Palestinian who would get shot and $3000 to the family of a Palestinian who would get killed. Said “human rights organizations” didn’t condemn that, nor mention it in their “reports.” Spencer also included several stories in which Hamas got unharmed Palestinian Arabs to act injured or to get family members to lie about causes of death to direct erroneous blame at Israel.

Fabrications used to smear Israel have long been enough to turn public opinion against Israel. Spencer eloquently articulates that legend far outruns facts.

He made that point in his chapter that unpacks the truth about the much brought up pre-state battle of Deir Yassin, and how lies then undermined the conquering Arabs’ strategic goals, and lying now accommodates them. For example, more than once, official Palestinian media outlets had repurposed an image of Holocaust victims, whose lifeless bodies were spread on the ground after the Nazis slaughtered them. Palestinian media slightly altered that photo and captioned it to say that Palestinians were the victims of Jewish perpetrators.

It’s beyond cynical to repurpose a photo of murdered Jews to say they were actually the very perpetrators of the victims in the photo. Yet, the global community, courtesy of immoral NGOs trying to pass as human rights groups, and the news outlets and professors who cite them without question, doesn’t condemn nor call out the dishonesty of those seeking to erode the security of the most stable ME nation and the most reliable Western ally.

Despite the Palestinian leaderships’ regularity of lying, incitement, and practice of financially and morally rewarding those who commit terror attacks against Israelis, many leaders in the West, and Israeli leaders, have tried to establish a lasting peace. Whereas Israelis have been willing to give up much, Palestinian Arabs, who’ve only been asked to give up terror and incitement, have refused to even make that concession to get land to form a state they never had before. Spencer addresses several attempts at peace. And he does not leave out the courage, even if at times duplicitous talk and behavior, of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, who assured peace with Egypt if Israel were to return land they captured after being attacked.

Alas, Spencer diagnoses the root of the problem: the reason that the Palestinians are not truly committed peace partners is the same reason Islamic terrorists killed Sadat for making peace with Israel. It’s also the reason for incessant strife throughout the Middle East and Africa and periodic carnage in Europe and North America. Though it’s taboo to say nowadays in the West, but is commonly captured on video translations through outlets such as MEMRI, the most fundamental adherents to Islam are committed to a violent jihad against the Jewish state in which nothing but a full annihilation would be acceptable.

There is more. Read the rest here.

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