Palestine by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei – new book
Amir Taheri wrote a book report on Palestine that appeared in the New York Post on August 1, 2015 | 3:00pm
He was sent a copy of the book from a friend in Iran.
Reading Taheri’s abstract of the book, it struck me that what Ayatolla Ali Khamenei wants for the region is almost the same that Israel wants, right down to the strategies used to get there, only in the reverse – except for one thing. “All Palestinians and their descendants, wherever they are [in the world], would be able to vote, while Jews “who have come from other places” would be excluded.”
Maybe Benjamin Netanyahu has already thought of this, and that’s why he isn’t worried that his one state solution – meaning Israel reigns – won’t result in a Palestinian majority by the year 2020. A Jewish state was formed originally so that all Jews worldwide would have a place they call home. So if all Jews worldwide can vote in Israeli elections, that would seal the deal for essentially keeping Palestinians out of the major political runs, excepting local elections. Palestinians would be a protected minority; whereas with Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s plan, the Israelis would be the protected minority.
It’s strange how devious minds think alike, right down to the details.
Although the book is only sold in Iran now, I’ll bet a lot of people would love to read it, including me. Take a look at Tamir’s ‘book report’ – very interesting and well done.