Op-Ed: Netanyahu's Next Speech at the United Nations
The time has come for Israeli Prime Minister Netanyau to apply the same words that he has invoked against the integrity of the leader of the Iranian regime to an attack on the integrity of the leader of the PLO, who shows no peaceful intentions whatsoever.
The text of Netanyahu's Oct. 1 speech against the Iranian leader can be found at:
From his speech, we can extrapolate the precise words and principles that the Israeli Prime Minister used against Iran and apply them to the PL0. It is a perfect match. See below.
SUGGESTED OPENING TEXT FOR NETANYAHU'S NEXT UN APPEARANCE:
Today, our hope for the future is challenged by the PLO, which seeks our destruction.
In 1964, three years before the Six Day War and the so-called "occupation", the PLO was established by the Arab League as a radical organization determined to stamp out any possibility of friendship between Arabs and Jews.
Arafat was a wolf in wolf's clothing and Abbas is a wolf in sheep's clothing – a wolf who thinks he can pull the wool over the eyes of the international community.
Abbas condemns terrorism. Yet Abbas uses the media outlets and education system at his disposal to promote demonization and war against the state and people of Israel
Abbas's record flatly contradicts Abbas's soothing rhetoric.
Abbas has adopted a charm offensive, based on the following process: First, smile a lot. Smiling never hurts. Second, pay lip service to peace, democracy and tolerance.
Abbas's fanaticism is not bluster. It's real.
(Following these opening remarks, the Israeli PM can then document, without any problem, Abbas's continuing policy of promoting terror and incitement against the state and people of Israel, as well as his glorifying terrorists who murdered Jews.)
A peace partner he is not.