Bibi admits that the UAE/Israel deal is based on a lie. AMN

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"Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that he has not agreed to remove the issue of the extension of Israeli sovereignty over lands in the West Bank and will not relinquish it.

Netanyahu said during a speech on Thursday evening, “The American president asked me to wait on the extension of Israeli sovereignty over more lands.”"  AMN

"There is no change in our policies in Judea and Samaria (the West Bank),” he said."  AMN

"He stressed that “Israel will have comprehensive peace agreements with other Arab countries without returning to the 1967 borders.”

He explained that “the normalization agreement with the Emirates includes reciprocal tourism and direct flights from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi.”

"He stated that “Abu Dhabi will make huge investments in Israel.”"  AMN

"For his part, Crown Prince Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin Zayed announced that “it was agreed to stop Israel’s annexation of the Palestinian lands.”""  AMN

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Well then, you've been had, Your Preciousness.  You have been had.  If you have any decency, you will withdraw from this lying agreement.  pl 

https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/israel-is-not-giving-up-on-annexing-west-bank-netanyahu/

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46 Responses to Bibi admits that the UAE/Israel deal is based on a lie. AMN

  1. Avatar ex PFC Chuck says:

    So much for the “Art of the Deal.”

  2. Avatar Barbara Ann says:

    In Egypt, various jihadist groups, such as Egyptian Islamic Jihad and al-Jama’a al-Islamiyya, used the Camp David Accords to rally support for their cause.

    The above is from the wiki on Anwar Sadat’s assassination.
    Colonel Lang,
    Much has clearly changed in the last 40 years. Is the idea of the Ummah now largely a myth and are Arab rulers really free from the ghost of Sadat, or may we yet see vengeance for this act of betrayal, from one of the faithful? Or have the Gulfies done too good a job of ensuring that jihad is something that only practiced abroad?

  3. Avatar Babak makkinejad says:

    Col. Lang
    He is ingratiating himself to his Lord by indulging his Lord’s concubine.
    I am reminded of that famous T’ang concubine, Yang Go-Bi; the indulgence of the whims of her clan, the Yangs, led to the rebellion of An Lu-Shan and the destruction of the T’ang dynasty.

  4. Avatar Fred says:

    Nathanyahu has once again proven as trustworthy as the scorpion on the frog’s back. Is there no one he will not betray?

  5. Avatar turcopolier says:

    Babak
    I do not understand.

  6. Avatar turcopolier says:

    Barbara Ann
    “we will see.”

  7. Avatar Yeah, Right says:

    So the Crown Prince gives Bibi something (“reciprocal tourism and direct flights from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi”) in return for a promise from Bibi that he will refrain from doing something.
    Even though Bibi insists that he has given no such promise and annexation is still inevitable.
    Brilliant. Just… brilliant.
    I assume that there are con-men beyond counting now making their way to Abu Dhabi in order to clinch fabulous deals regarding the Brooklyn Bridge.
    I mean, why not? He’s clearly a rube.

  8. Avatar ked says:

    Classic US / ME political theater – crafted better than US / Korean political theater. I’m guessing the show’s run might last until a week after the US election.
    Even a decent take from Code Pink (of all the strange bedfellows).
    https://www.salon.com/2020/08/15/dont-be-hoodwinked-by-trumps-uae-israel-peace-deal-its-a-sham/
    A sham & a shame.

  9. Avatar FakeBot says:

    UAE recently commenced operations at one of four reactors at a nuclear plant in Abu Dhabi.
    https://eurasiantimes.com/after-iraq-syria-can-israel-bomb-arab-worlds-first-nuclear-plant-in-the-uae/

  10. Avatar Laura Wilson says:

    “Your Preciousness” doesn’t care…

  11. Avatar mcohen says:

    You are dead wrong.This is an important step in the right direction
    May we meet in Jerusalem
    On the mount of peace
    On a day both joyful and solemn
    When war will cease
    May we sing praise
    When we all gather
    In all our days
    Brother and sister together
    May the Lord be our guide
    With a righteous hand
    As we stand side by side
    In this Holy land

  12. Avatar turcopolier says:

    mccohen
    Pietistic, zionist rubbish. Yes, it is a great deal for zionists slike you.

  13. Avatar Babak makkinejad says:

    Yes, indeed, I am all for meeting in Jerusalem, praying behind the Al Mahdi, the Imam of Age.

  14. Avatar Serge says:

    I believed for the past 2 decades that an ISIS-type phenomena would arise in this area and topple these “taghut”, to use the terminology. A full circle return to the ’79 Grand Mosque Seizure. Barring the advent of an actual war with Iran, I increasingly believe that the pendulum could swing in the diametric opposite direction:the gulfies could willingly integrate into a sort of Greater Israel Co-Prosperity Sphere. brought on in great part by the audacity of the individual actions of people like MBZ/MBS.

  15. Avatar Cofer Mushlam says:

    Colonel,
    Two major points in the agreement:
    A. Israel will put a Freeze on the annexation.
    B. Israel agrees to a two state solution with the Palestinians.
    C’est Tout

  16. Avatar mcohen says:

    Turcopolier
    Pretty strong reaction.Remember it was the Zionists that encouraged the imperialists to leave.Unfortunately there is still much work to be done,as the mess they left behind has led to the infighting and failed states we see today.A deliberate strategy of divide and conquer while the plunder of resources continues unabated

  17. Avatar Voatboy says:


    He is ingratiating himself to his Lord by indulging his Lord’s concubine.
    I am reminded of that famous T’ang concubine, Yang Go-Bi; the indulgence of the whims of her clan, the Yangs, led to the rebellion of An Lu-Shan and the destruction of the T’ang dynasty.

    In this analogy, I suspect that the USA is the lord and Israel is the concubine.
    If that is the case, then perhaps the concubine is expected to be duplicitous. Thus the Emir might be a tremendous cynic, but not a rube.

  18. Avatar turcopolier says:

    mcohen
    “it was the Zionists that encouraged the imperialists to leave.” Absolute bullshit. The cumulative fatigue of two world wars and the election of a socialist government caused the British to abandon Palestine not the petty murderous attacks of the Zionists.

  19. Avatar FakeBot says:

    At a private fundraiser on August 10th, President Trump said he would have an Iran deal within four weeks AFTER his reelection. Putin’s emergency meeting did not draw the president’s audience and now sanctions are back to pre-2015 levels.
    Babak, not that it’s of any comfort, but you and others are right. The president’s deal of century may prove to be the war of the century.

  20. Avatar Babak makkinejad says:

    Mcohen
    The most powerful WASP state of her time, Great Britain, in an analogous manner to Pope Urban the Second in 1095, declared a new Protestant Crusade to wrestle control of Palestine from Muslims. That was called the Balfour Declaration, articulating the policy of the (Aglican) Vicar of Christ on Earth in 1919.
    This has been the policy of WASP Culture Continent since then, and with a remarkable consistency ove 100 years.
    With the liquidation of the British Empire, it was another WASP power, the United States that brought forth the realization of Hebraic Protestanism’s Dream to fruitation by pulling all the stops, so to speak, to create the state of Israel. Harry I-am-Cyrus (the Great) Truman was the folky man who presided over another affront to the Muslims by having USG heavily lobbying UN member states to achieve that, cementing USA as protector and benefactor of Israel.
    While USA gave money and weapons to Israelis, 3 other WASP states: Canada, New Zealand, and Australia provided blank passports for their assasins and spies.
    Arabs understood all of this and correctly so, another Crusade but they did not make the connection to the enamoration of so many Anglo Protestants with all things Old Testament: a Welshman changes his last name to Habbakkuk out of the fervor of religious ideas.
    The wars ensued the creation of the state of Israel and have continued since then, intermittently, just like the Catholic Crusades and will almost certainly continue into the future.
    It is to this Anglo-Zion Protestanism that Israelis owe the existence of Israel.
    Israel is so dear and close to the heart of this Anglo-Zion Protestanism that Nixon put US nuclear forces on alert in 1973 during another Arab-Israeli War, that US ignored the attack on USS Liberty, and finally declared enemies of Israel to be the enemies of US in 2002, just prior to US invasion and occupation of Iraq.
    Trump’s Iran policy can quite easily be understood as trying to destroy the last White Knight of Palestine standing.
    Looking at USA, and the damages that she has inflicted on herself in the Middle East, one can only see Religious Zeal as the motivation and the explanation certainly not oil or the noun “geopolitics”.
    Regrettably, I do not see any inkling of the comprehension among Protestants that there is no margin in a war against Islam. I suppose we need to endure another 100 years of intermittent warfare.
    Incidentally, you might be interested to know that Prophet Habbakkuk is buried in Iran, his burial site is on the National Register of Holy & Sacred Places.

  21. Avatar Babak makkinejad says:

    Voatboy
    No, not at all a rube, but a cunning cynic.

  22. Avatar Yeah, Right says:

    Cofer Mushlan, perhaps best in that case to actually quote the text of that agreement wherein your “points” are acctually, you know, agreed by all parties.
    Otherwise it is just a “he said, she said” set of competing narratives by a pair of scoundrels.

  23. Babak…
    I take some issue with your comment re New Zealand being a WASP state. We catch our Israeli spies here. See 2004 Israel-New Zealand passport scandal (wiki). They only did 2 months out of the six they were sentenced for but the point was made. Other Israeli ‘rescue’ teams were not allowed into NZ during the Christchurch earthquake aftermath; a lesson learned by our government?.
    Your comment on “Trump’s Iran policy as trying to destroy the last White Knight of Palestine standing ” I believe is correct, especially the ‘trying’ part. Iran has been consolidated for a long time and has the momentum of history behind it. It’s mainly about ‘pleasing’ Israel via the multitude of dual-passport holders in the USA in my opinion.
    Rob

  24. Babak…
    I take some issue with your comment re New Zealand being a WASP state. We catch our Israeli spies here. See 2004 Israel-New Zealand passport scandal (wiki). They only did 2 months out of the six they were sentenced for but the point was made. Other Israeli ‘rescue’ teams were not allowed into NZ during the Christchurch earthquake aftermath; a lesson learned by our government?.
    Your comment on “Trump’s Iran policy as trying to destroy the last White Knight of Palestine standing ” I believe is correct, especially the ‘trying’ part. Iran has been consolidated for a long time and has the momentum of history behind it. It’s mainly about ‘pleasing’ Israel via the multitude of dual-passport holders in the USA in my opinion.
    Rob

  25. Babak…
    I take some issue with your comment re New Zealand being a WASP state. We catch our Israeli spies here. See 2004 Israel-New Zealand passport scandal (wiki). They only did 2 months out of the six they were sentenced for but the point was made. Other Israeli ‘rescue’ teams were not allowed into NZ during the Christchurch earthquake aftermath; a lesson learned by our government?.
    Your comment on “Trump’s Iran policy as trying to destroy the last White Knight of Palestine standing ” I believe is correct, especially the ‘trying’ part. Iran has been consolidated for a long time and has the momentum of history behind it. It’s mainly about ‘pleasing’ Israel via the multitude of dual-passport holders in the USA in my opinion.
    Rob

  26. Babak…
    I take some issue with your comment re New Zealand being a WASP state. We catch our Israeli spies here. See 2004 Israel-New Zealand passport scandal (wiki). They only did 2 months out of the six they were sentenced for but the point was made. Other Israeli ‘rescue’ teams were not allowed into NZ during the Christchurch earthquake aftermath; a lesson learned by our government?.
    Your comment on “Trump’s Iran policy as trying to destroy the last White Knight of Palestine standing ” I believe is correct, especially the ‘trying’ part. Iran has been consolidated for a long time and has the momentum of history behind it. It’s mainly about ‘pleasing’ Israel via the multitude of dual-passport holders in the USA in my opinion.
    Rob

  27. Avatar mcohen says:

    babak.
    first exodus from Egypt.2nd exodus from pale of settlement.some to Diaspora for influence,some to Israel to secure land.All in the old testament in plain language. “Next year in Jerusalem” is the sole aim and everything else is just incidental

  28. Avatar turcopolier says:

    mcohen
    And your tribal mythology gives you the right, indeed the duty, to screw anyone on earth to favor yourselves?

  29. Avatar Babak makkinejad says:

    Mcohen
    You are not a Jew, else you would have used the word Torah.
    Nor would you have reduced Judaism to “Next year in Jerusalem”
    What are you? A Protestant masquarading as a Jew?
    Shame, shame, shame.

  30. Avatar Barbara Ann says:

    Not having a divinely ordained homeland myself, I have gone through life so far seeing other people as having no less right to live where they do than I. But now I see that one of our committee believes that the Old Testament says he need not be bound by such feelings toward his fellow man. Perhaps this uniquely blessed individual will be kind enough to explain to us lesser folk how more Old Testament plain language should be interpreted in the 21st century.

  31. Avatar mcohen says:

    Turcopolier
    9. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.
    10. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbor’s.”
    No different to any other lobby or religion.

  32. Avatar turcopolier says:

    mcohen
    Israel would be a better place if it lived by the 10 Commandments. You all have done a great job of coveting (and taking) the house of the Palestinians and show no remorse over that at all.

  33. Avatar BABAK MAKKINEJAD says:

    Barbara Ann
    The WASP Culture Continent has failed at Strategic level in her aims to make Israel secure and accepted by Muslim states as a legitimate state.
    Of the 3 Arab states that enjoy a sort of Cold Peace with Israel, 2 are rented by the United States and the third one is trying to ingratiate herself to the King via her concubine.
    In Turkey, the attitude towards Israel has hardened considerably since 2000 and will continue to do so, in my opinion – with or without Erdogan.
    The core states of Muslim Civilization, Iran and Iraq, remain opposed to Israel – they cannot be rented, intimidated, or regime-changed into endorsing Israel.
    In the realm of security, Israel now finds herself in a M.A.D. situation with Lebanon and the security situation for Israel in Syria is going to deteriorate even more in the coming years.
    This is not yet Grand Strategic failure; for that we need to wait for political and military transformations that bring forth another Salah Al Din or another Ferdinand & Isabela.
    On the Iberian peninsula, there were many temporary alliances between local Muslim Arab potentates and their Christian counterparts, but they all fell by the way side sooner rather than later.
    In my opinion, a process that is analogous to Reconquista in Spain is inevitable in Palestine.

  34. Avatar Barbara Ann says:

    Babak
    I agree that the state of Israel remains insecure. However, I fear her ultimate demise, if it does one day come to pass, will be a good deal more sudden and cataclysmic than the Reconquista. The Samson Option is appropriately named, after all.
    The growing Iran/Turkey/Qatar ‘Resistance’ axis is an interesting development and my guess would that Turkey’s regional resurgence (along with domestic US & Israeli politics) is the main explanation for the timing of the Israeli-Emirati deal.
    Today I read M K Bhadrakumar’s latest piece on the subject. He is of the opinion that the announcement does not necessarily signify a great geopolitical shift. He goes further and suggests that it may in fact be a sign of insecurity on the part of both nations as to the future of the US’ will and ability to continue to maintain the regional balance of power. I wholeheartedly agree.
    Israel’s in its current form will in fact never be secure. My best hope is that she can be tamed and forced to reconcile with her enemies, both within and without her borders. Apartheid was eventually conquered in South Africa and it will be too in the Zionist state. But I do not believe that this can happen while Israel holds the nose ring of the “WASP Culture Continent”.
    The status quo never lasts forever and though I dearly hope our host is wrong in his estimation of likely civil war in the US, this may be exactly the magnitude of rupture needed to remove malign Ziocon influence from the ME sandbox. Let us pray that another way exists and can be found.
    https://indianpunchline.com/israel-uae-deal-doesnt-herald-a-geopolitical-formation/

  35. Avatar mcohen says:

    Turcopolier
    It’s an old yeshiva boys joke.Thy shall not covet his ass.

  36. Avatar turcopolier says:

    mcohen
    Pathetic. You should be ashamed.

  37. Avatar Babak makkinejad says:

    Barbara Ann
    Turkey and Qatar might be an item.
    Iran is not with them.

  38. Avatar mcohen says:

    Would like a hurricane to put out the fires in California.just say the word.

  39. Avatar Artemesia says:

    @ mcohen 19 August 2020 at 02:08 AM
    If Yahweh gives you other people’s things, does that negate the proscription against coveting?
    “When the Lord your God brings you into the land he swore to your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, to give you—a land with large, flourishing cities you did not build, houses filled with all kinds of good things you did not provide, wells you did not dig, and vineyards and olive groves you did not plant—then when you eat and are satisfied, be careful that you do not forget the Lord”

  40. Avatar turcopolier says:

    mcohen
    Any time would be welcome.

  41. Avatar Babak makkinejad says:

    Rob
    I will wait for declassified files on the extent of New Zealand’s help and succor to Israeli spy operations.
    It is an old idea among Christians that earthly cities must reflect the one in Heaven. Thus we have a city, called Christ Church – Body of Believers – in New Zealand.
    Just like the appellation “Israel” – the Jewish People – is used for the regime in Palestine.
    I did not mean any disrespect or aspersions on New Zealand or Protestanism.
    In fact, the only European who could pronounce my first name at the first try and correctly was a New Zealander, the only one I ever met from that country.
    Futhermore, my high-school had been established by Presbyterians – a part of the American College at Tehran (later nationalized by Reza Shah).

  42. Avatar mcohen says:

    Artemesia
    I am no expert,having only a minimum education in all things Judaic.Have you seen these early coins.
    https://www.coinarchives.com/a/results.php?search=jewish&s=0&results=100

  43. Avatar J says:

    The hardest hit by the UAE-Israel deal — China, and they’re rattled because of it.
    The Arab leaders have made the choice between the U.S. or China. And China has lost, in a big way.
    A former Chinese Ambassador to Iran and the UAE, Hua Liming, has said that the U.S. brokered deal between Israel and the UAE was a part of D.C.’s larger strategy to marginalize Iran- Beijing’s biggest economic partner in the region.
    The former Chinese diplomat feels that the U.S. is forcing its Middle East allies to choose Washington and snub Beijing, which is pushing the Chinese Dragon away from the strategically crucial region. Beijing feels that the U.S. has strategically influenced its Middle East allies to gang up on Iran at a time when Beijing is trying to use Iranian influence for increasing its foothold in the resource-rich region.
    UAE and Israel signed the Accord, just days after the announcement of mega Chinese investments worth 400 billion dollars in Iran. From a Chinese perspective, their investment was to augment Beijing’s influence in the Middle East by gaining more control over Iran’s strategic assets, HUMINT, and proxy militias they’ve scattered all over the region i.e Hizbollah in Lebanon, the Houthis in Yemen.
    Hua Liming described the UAE-Israel Accord as a part of Washington’s wider Middle East Plan. Beijing is rattled at the prospect of a complete truce between Israel and the Arabs. Beijing has believed that since the U.S. is leaving a vacuum in the Middle East, it should get a major role to play in the region. But Washington isn’t letting China spread its tentacles. Hua said that the U.S. was “pressuring Middle East allies to stay away from China”.
    On his Israel visit in May of this year, Pompeo once again asked Tel Aviv to distance itself from Beijing and also voiced opposition to the construction of the world’s biggest desalination plant in Israel by China. Looking at it from Pompeo’s perspective, Tel Aviv chose a local company IDE Technologies over an affiliate of the Hong Kong-based CK Hutchison Holdings for their desalination plant.
    To Beijing, U.S. led decoupling of China in the Middle East is nothing less than a geo-strategic disaster. The Middle East is critical for Beijing as 60 per cent of an energy-dependent China’s oil needs are fueled through this part of the world. Hua describes the strategic passage from the Persian Gulf to the Strait of Malacca as “a matter of life and death” for the country.
    Not just oil imports, China cannot afford to lose hold of the Middle East because it has huge investments in its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in the Middle East including the Gulf countries. Xi Jinping is trying to link economies like Oman, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE, with its transportation interlinking initiative.
    China is rattled because it understands that the U.S. is capable of harshly booting China away from its allies. D.C. has woke up the United Kingdom, and there is no reason why Washington cannot do it in the Middle East.
    Ultimately, D.C. will form a brand-new Middle East alliance to meet the changing global needs and juxtapose it against the axis of the evil comprising rogue nations like Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, and China. Beijing can see its future in the Middle East going to the dogs as the Arabs choose the U.S. over China.

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