March 23, 2010, - 1:42 pm

Did Hillary Clinton Endorse Removing Muslims From Israel?; AIPAC: Obama’s Partner in Amputating Israel

By Debbie Schlussel

Yesterday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke to the annual convention of AIPAC–the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. And, as you may have heard, she attacked Israel and told it that it must give up more land and further amputate itself into oblivion–that Israel’s refusal to do this (after it’s already done so several times with no positive results) is the “obstacle” to peace.



Since Hillary Supports Demographically Jewish Israel,

Time to Expel the Muslims Like They Expel the Jews

But, in her speech, she unwittingly gave Israel approval for something else that her logic must dictate:  removing Muslims from Israel’s land within the green zone.  After all, that is the only way, demographically, that Israel can survive as both a democracy and a Jewish State–both of which she admitted Israel should remain.  And that is the turnabout that’s fair play, since Clinton implicitly advocated no Jews in the so-called “territory” of the “Israeli occupation,” a term she used in her speech and the lingua franca of Al-Jazeera and the Muslim world.  More on that below.  But first a little bit about the forum in which Mrs. Clinton spoke, yesterday.

AIPAC is billed as “the pro-Israel lobby,” but here’s what it really is:  the American-Liberals-Shove-it-Down-Israel’s-Throat Committee.  Yes, AIPAC really stands for the Appeasement forced on Israel (by liberal American naifs) Public Affairs Committee.  Decades ago, when the organization was headed by the great Morris J. Amitay, it was actually a pro-Israel organization.  I was an activist in AIPAC in high school.  But I saw how it quickly became a wing of the Democrats and an organization obsessed with telling off Israeli Prime Ministers and pushing them to give up land . . . the same concept Hillary pimped yesterday.

AIPAC is single-handedly responsible for shoving the disastrous Oslo Accords down Israel’s throat, for getting the U.S. to remove the P.L.O./Fatah from any U.S. terrorist designations, and for pimping America on the false notion that Fatah is the “moderate” terrorist group and a “partner for peace.”  AIPAC even held joint lobbying sessions for the Palestinians all over Capitol Hill, loaning its lobbyists to anti-Israel, anti-Semitic Edward Abington, the PLO’s lobbyist.  AIPAC’s friend, Abington, is now working for HAMAS.  And AIPAC will probably help Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton force-feed the wholesale further amputation of Israel down the country’s throat.

When my former boss, then-Congressman Phil Crane, got his bill–defunding the State Department until they moved the Israeli embassy to Jerusalem–to the floor of the House for a vote, AIPAC worked the phones to get the bill defeated, just as fake “anti-Iran” AIPAC worked to defeat tough legislation offered in several states to prohibit sales to Iran.

As an attorney for pro-Israel students on the University of Michigan campus, we were forced to fight intimidation and open threats from the AIPAC group on campus, as we prepared an alternate programming session against the Divestment (from Israel) Conference and filed a lawsuit to attempt to prevent Islamic terrorist Sami Al-Arian from speaking on campus (he’d been banned as a safety threat from his own campus, on which he was the faculty).  The AIPAC students on campus authored a petition against our efforts and asked the Muslims to co-sign it with them.  But the Muslims refused because they wouldn’t sign a document along with Jews.  I’ve written more about the fraud known as AIPAC and how they’ve intimidated truly pro-Israel students on campus in a way even the Muslims don’t have the gall to do.  And I urge you to read it.

Now back to Hillary’s comments, yesterday.  Here’s what she said:

The conflict with the Palestinians . . . threatens Israel’s long-term future as a secure and democratic Jewish state.

The status quo is unsustainable for all sides. . . . The dynamics of demography, ideology, and technology make this impossible.

First, we cannot ignore the long-term population trends that result from the Israeli occupation. As Defense Minister Barak and others have observed, the inexorable mathematics of democracy – of demography are hastening the hour at which Israelis may have to choose between preserving their democracy and staying true to the dream of a Jewish homeland. Given this reality, a two-state solution is the only viable path for Israel to remain both a democracy and a Jewish state.

Well, that’s only the case if each so-called democracy in the two-state non-solution can get rid of the ethnicities that cause demographic problems. Is Hillary saying she’ll allow all Arabs and Muslims inside Israel’s green line to be expelled, the way that will certainly happen to the Jews in any Palestinian state in the so-called West Bank, the same way it happened in Gaza?

Surely, Hillary must believe that Israel must also be allowed to remove the Muslims from its entire remaining country.  After all, even if Israel gives up the entire so-called “West Bank” to Palestinians, there is still a ticking demographic time bomb among the Arabs remaining inside Israel.  And with their birthrate, they will take over democratically, even if Israel gives up the so-called territories.  So, going along with Hillary’s reasoning, the country must be allowed to do with their Muslims what all Muslim countries did with their Jews to zero international outrage:  expel them.

The late Israeli tourism minister Rechavam Ze’evi–who was nicknamed “Ghandi Transfer”–advocated that.  He was soon assassinated by the PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine), because the group knew he was right, and that, if done, the Palestinians would be forced to be repatriated into their real countries:  places like Jordan (where Palestinians are the majority by far), Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria.  Just as Israel was forced to absorb the Jews kicked out of all Arab and Muslim nations. As I’ve repeatedly noted on this site, the late Rabbi Meir Kahane also advocated this, saying the Jews couldn’t live with the Muslims in peace. He was dismissed as an extremist, but today, the entire Israeli left now admits it through their actions, like the wall, leaving Gaza, etc.

If only Israel had listened to Ze’evi then, we wouldn’t be hearing these silly speeches about demographics and two-state solutions now. The Palestinians would already be in their state, which for them is, like I said, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria. That’s where they belong.

And Hillary couldn’t care less about demographics or she’d call for the expulsion of all Arabs and Muslims from Israel. When pigs fly.

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Debbie – I agree with you that AIPAC is an anti Israel organization. I almost laugh when I hear supporters of Islamofacism (including Walt and Mearsheimer) complain that AIPAC’s lobbying is responsible for pro-Israel policies.

I disagree with you over whether or not they were ever a worthwhile organization. When you were an activist for them they may not have been anti Israel but they were hardly effective. They never one a single contested vote in Congress. Not one.

I_AM_ME on March 23, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    Typo – My last two sentences above should be

    “They never won a single contested vote in Congress. Not one.”

    I_AM_ME on March 23, 2010 at 2:04 pm

Martin Sherman at Ynet has proposed its time to contemplate a transfer solution. Actually, the late Meir Kahane first proposed it and he was branded as “racist” for bringing up. Basically, if you want a Jewish State – make it homogeneous and pay the Arabs to leave for a country of their choice. A 100% Jewish State would mean an end to security vigilance at home – a major drain on Israel’s economy. Israel could invest its human resources into innovation and growth. That along with resettling the Arabs outside Israel now on the UNRWA dole have so many advantages, that it would obviously work better than the so-called two-state solution, which will go nowhere.

The only reason it hasn’t been pursued is Israel is too timid to make it a vision and the rest of the world wants to see the Jewish State destroyed, Amputating Israel won’t bring peace closer and it won’t assure the country’s future.

NF: I’ve repeatedly said that about Rabbi Kahane on this site (you may have read it here) and was gonna repeat it in this post, but didn’t. I will now. DS

NormanF on March 23, 2010 at 2:11 pm

I saw Clinton’s reception (on CBC, of course). She received a standing ovation, even before she had opened her mouth.

I’m wondering if the Obama freaks are planning to divide the Jews– Israel vs Diaspora?

J.S. on March 23, 2010 at 2:26 pm

    I didn’t see any of this but I wished I did. I read one report that Bibi was applauded but Clinton received near silence. So that sounds opposite of what you saw? J.S. or anyone else care to help with this?

    Cat K on March 24, 2010 at 10:53 am

Both AIPAC and the Conference of Presidents are headed by friends and supporters of Obama. Most secular Jewish organizations – including the Federations and Public Affairs councils – are headed by liberals, as are the Reform and Conservative movements. Even JNF is providing plants and trees for the new Palestinian city going up on the West Bank.

The head of the ADL took a rare break from worrying about Christian anti-Semitism and the right wing to chastise the Administration for the blow-up over construction permits in Jerusalem; AIPAC followed with a somewhat milder rebuke. They’re all afraid of losing their “in” to the Administration. They saw how ZOA and the Orthodox Union weren’t invited to the White House pow wow last year, but J Street was.

Raymond in DC on March 23, 2010 at 2:45 pm

Thanks for yet another eye-opening post!

Keep up the great work!

david on March 23, 2010 at 3:29 pm

Yeah its really eye-opening to call for the genocide of Palestinians.

Anybody who thinks that all it takes to get the Palestinians to leave is a little money is craaaazy.

Z: Returning them to their country (Jordan) is not “genocide.” But if it is, what do you call all the Muslim and Arab countries expelling their Jews? DS

zigo on March 23, 2010 at 3:43 pm

The truth is demographics is a red herring. The Arab birthrate has declined since the 1960s and there is no chance the Jewish majority is going to be overtaken any time in the next century. What the real problem is the Arabs are never going to peacefully with or alongside the Jews and it makes sense for them to move to a country where they can realize their full rights. A two solution isn’t possible because it solve only half of the problem. Its not that Israel would disappear but would have to be on guard against an unassimilable minority. And there is historical and legal precedent to effect such a move: after World War II, the Czechs expelled their entire German minority to Germany. A population exchange would benefit both sides but as we all know, reason is the last thing people are ready to apply to the Jewish State and the Arab-Israeli conflict.

NormanF on March 23, 2010 at 3:52 pm

No one is calling for the extermination of the Palestinians. What is being is proposed is their repatriation to live among their ethnic Arab kith and kin with whom they share a common history, language and culture. There is nothing inhumane about it. And its logical, fair and would put an end to the notion Israel can be destroyed by flooding it with millions of Arabs. As Debbie noted, such a solution is only going to happen when pigs fly.

NormanF on March 23, 2010 at 3:55 pm

I’ve concluded and said the same (it’s obvious, of course) … but, wow! to hear another say it … and a Jew even. Where are other Jews with enough good, common sense to see the obvious like you demonstrated here? Why haven’t I heard this from anyone else. I heard a Palestinian propogandist recently who mentioned this fact – i.e. that Arabs are on track to outnumber Jews in Israel itself in the not too distant future. This simply cannot happen. Expulsion ain’t pretty but its gotta be done. Load 100 or so at a shot onto box cars and airlift by helicopter for drop off in all of the countries from whence the Jews were driven.

It’s only fair. After all (as you know) the Jews were forced by Moslem Arabs to flee from a host of Moslem lands. First and foremost, they were expelled from Saudi Arabia at the command of the Demon “god” Allah:
“The Messenger said during his final illness, ‘Two religions cannot coexist in the Arabian Peninsula.’ Umar investigated the matter, then sent to the Jews, saying: ‘Allah has given permission for you to be expelled; for I have received word that the Prophet said that two religions cannot coexist in Arabia.” (Tabari VIII:130)

It’s only equitable. Perhaps the Jewish Diaspora from Arabia will graciously allow the Israeli Arabs to be resettled on their Saudi land which was stolen from them — which, if otherwise, the Jews should have the “right of return[…ing]” to, Eh? And who knows but that the teeming thousands of Jewish Diaspora – from Egypt and from Libya and from a host of other Moslem countries – could all likewise be graciously prevailed upon to relinquish their property rights in all these lands as well … and there may be more than enough land exchanged to equitably compensate for the resettlement of the Arabs in Gaza and the West Bank Arabs as well – i.e. all the Arabs who are presently squatting less-than-hospitably on ISRAEL’S LAND!

Elisha777 on March 23, 2010 at 4:37 pm

AIPAC wants to do something useful??? Teach martial arts to Jewish kids on campus.

Not Ovenready on March 23, 2010 at 5:15 pm

Even as Clinton, in association with the Obama administration, stab Israel in the back, pee on her and tell her it’s raining, the Syrian-Iranian-Hamas-Hezbollah-Fatah groups will still not be appeased. Therefore this shameful display of disloyalty, appeasement and betrayal by the Democrats, is all in vain at to their own peril.

mark hammond on March 23, 2010 at 5:16 pm

Jews were happy to leave Arab countries for their own country, for the most part. What I am saying, crazy or not, Muslim or not, Palestinians aren’t going to leave Israel that easily. And they are definately not going to buy Debbie’s “Jordan is really Palestine” theory. So good luck getting them all out without massive violence.

And, in my previous post, I should have used the term “ethnic cleansing” rather than genocide.

zigo on March 23, 2010 at 5:27 pm

    zigo, Islam looks fondly on ethnic cleansing. It is even more fond of religious cleansing. That is why the Muslims must go. I do not think they should be paid anything, just as the Jews who were expelled from other Middle East countries were not paid anything. Indeed, I am not sure the Muslims should even be allowed to take anything that is not portable.

    The key thing is to get them out, and to do so in the most humiliating way possible. Muslims must not only be beaten but humiliated. For the ultimate purpose is not just to move them around but to cause them to convert to some other religion.

    Islam must end.

    skzion on March 23, 2010 at 6:19 pm

It would be a damn shame if the Mossad started doing a little house cleaning in our govt..

ddd on March 23, 2010 at 5:34 pm

I guess the days of AIPAC inviting Pastor Hagee, one of Israel’s best friends to its functions are over. AIPAC supports Israel’s enemies, and distances itself from Israel’s friends. Fortunately, Netanyahu is more astute than that.

Little Al on March 23, 2010 at 5:44 pm

And great picture of Shrillary. She’s looking meaner every day. Another AIPAC speaker, Alan Dershowitz also wrote a really dumb article in the Wall Street Journal today. All about Iran’s nuclear threat, which is correct. However, he started the article by saying that Iran is the only country capable of having nuclear bombs that is really a threat to use them. What about China threatening to hit Los Angeles? Who knows what Russia will do, not to mention the other Arab countries or Pakistan.

But then after huffing and puffing about Iran, no solution. What should we do about Iran? Not a word.

Little Al on March 23, 2010 at 6:23 pm

Zigo, above, avers that “Jews were happy to leave Arab countries for their own country, for the most part. This is revisionist, outrageous nonsense. While Jews were ill-treated, viewed with contempt, and often severely persecuted in Arab (read: Muslim)countries for centuries, their presence in all of these countries predated the advent of Islam. There were tens of thousands of Jews in Egypt going back to antiquity – a continuous presence. Some Jews, notably in Iraq, Algeria, Egypt, and Syria, prospered after the Ottoman Empire weakened and the European powers were able to provide protection through modernization and legal reforms. Once the colonial powers withdrew, Jews were no longer protected, and newly installed anti-Jewish Muslim regimes, such as that of Nasser in Egypt and Khadaffi in Libya, expelled their ancient Jewish communities. Jewish shops and businesses were destroyed and assets were seized, and many Jews arrived in Israel with only a suitcase and the clothes they were wearing. Many Jews were killed, or arrested; many of the latter were never heard from again, killed in Muslim prisons or police stations. Those who emigrated to Israel or elsewhere were never given a choice as to whether to stay or to leave their ancestral homes in North Africa and elsewhere in the Middle East. They were forced to leave.

commonsense on March 23, 2010 at 6:37 pm

Silly me, I’ve been worrying about the dhimmis of J Street. It’s a strange world that we live in where the strongest supporters of Israel are Evangelical Christians and the most obnoxious opponents are liberal and secular Jews. They call themselves progressives, but mentally they’re living in the E. European shtetel guarding against the cossacks while priding themselves on their refusal to accept “Islamophobia”.

Harry on March 23, 2010 at 6:59 pm

This is all soooo boring! Since the early 60’s, for me, I have always admired how the Israelis work on improving their lives, their communities and their defenses. Even as one looks to recent years of video shot when the Palestinians and Israelis were fighting, bombing, and terrorizing, you can see how much effort the Jewish people have attempted.

Who has the ambulances, the doctors, the hospitals, etc. to care for the injured? Who wants to build 1800 housing units? Who wants peace?

Now for the other side: See how they throw the injured on the hood of the car screaming for a driver to go away from the scene of death and injury. See their hospitals…looks like and American unit circa 1950…with more screaming and hysterics. Where are these people building? Below ground, tunnels perhaps? Do they want peace or a final solution for their hatred?

I know which side I belong, especially as an American. This will only be resolved when real war commences and a winner is declared by real defeat of the other party. The question is: What will it take to get a real war started?

I think one is coming. Bad guys usually over reach. So sad and so wasteful…but what do you expect when all one side can do is hate and feed their children the same hatreds?

RJ on March 23, 2010 at 7:04 pm

Another excellent post, Debbie.

JeffE on March 23, 2010 at 9:50 pm

This “kike” (her words) hating bitch is just doing what her parents bred her to: castigate, control, and contain Jews. And she has the perfect President for her target. She will spend more time trying to destroy Israel then her entire remaining portfolio. True colors.

pat on March 24, 2010 at 3:16 am

Isn’t the cradle of the muslim civilization Iraq? No Satandam thanks to the US so sunni, shia, whatever welcome. Iraq is the new Middle East Frontier!

FeFe on March 24, 2010 at 5:38 am

Yes, my local Jewish Federation has lost my support because- for example-their newsletter published biased,hateful langauge in a short article about people at Tea Party demonstrations (generalizing that they are dangerous, etc.). This piece originated at the ADL – but was printed locally without editorial comment nor any alternate point of view.
The local Federation folks are very, very liberal- especially the Baby Boomer aged group. They are willfully ignorant. They act like they are still in college circa 1960’s it is time for a Kumbaya hug, a joint and the hot tub. One local synagogue offers “Yoga as Shabbat” That’s “as” not “on.” Need I say more? I call them “Stockholm Syndrome Jews.”
But it is sad, because they are my people and it does get lonely.
Thanks again Debbie

Cat K on March 24, 2010 at 11:03 am

I just read an article that said that Netanyahu and BHO talked for a while and that nothing was resolved. Who would have expected that (heh)? I hope he flipped BHO the finger and said FU!!

Jarhead on March 24, 2010 at 11:18 am


ISAAC DANIEL SHOFF on March 24, 2010 at 11:57 am

Some of the studies claiming that the arab’s are having many more children then Jews have been exaggerated. Only Marxist Feminist like Rabbi Kahane and his ilk have no faith in Jewish women getting married and having children and would rather they work for him and his party.

If the arabs are a 5th column that is a reason to remove them. But this nonsense that the arabs will one day outnumber the Jewish people because arabs women have children and Jewish women don’t have children says a lot about our attitudes.

It is a curse that our people have lower birth rates then we should have. A minority should never have much higher birth rates then the majority culture unless the majority culture is corrupt.

If we should rid the arabs out of parts of Israel it is because they are a 5th column or maybe the fact that their countries have persecuted Jewish people and don’t let Jewish people live in their land. This issue that they will outnumber us studies have not been conclusive on it and arabs have exaggerated their numbers.

adam on March 24, 2010 at 8:24 pm


You’re wrong about the history of AIPAC. It was not founded by Morrie Amitay. It was founded by Si Kenan, and was not much more than a one person shop in D.C.’s old Colorado Building for many years. I had a friend who, for a while, was Kenan’s right hand man at that location. Another friend was hired as AIPAC’s first non-Jewish lobbyist under Amitay later on. At that time, it was a larger operation. I can’t remember the exact address, I think it was 444 North Capitol Street.

I remember when Amitay’s house was bombed back around ’77. I actually helped law enforcement with the investigation.

I have no comment on the organization now. I’m no longer involved with Jewish affairs; just an observer.

BD: You are correct that Kenen was the main founder, but Morry Amitay was among the founders and I believe he was the first Executive Director. I will correct the piece. And thanks for pointing this out. DS

BethesdaDog on March 25, 2010 at 11:14 am

    I do agree, however, that the idea of “Palestinians” is bogus. There never was any such group. Besides that, they already have a country: Jordan. Why doesn’t everybody complain about Jordan usurping the “Palestinian’s” country.

    They should all move there.

    This whole business about building in Jerusalem is a vicious and unwarranted attack on the Jewish people by Obama and his fellow-travelers. What is it with this guy Emanuel, anyway? Why is he so hostile? I’ve got to think something happened when he went to Israel in ’91 to set him off. Maybe he thought he would be doing something glamorous and they had him greasing axles.

    Other than that, even if AIPAC is far from perfect, the focus should be on those who are really dangerous: JStreet, the various liberal-left wing journalists, bloggers and commentators (many of them Jewish) who are flooding every form of media with all kinds of vitriol and hatred for Israel. Include with this the Soros operations, like Center for American Progress and their ilk.

    BethesdaDog on March 25, 2010 at 11:24 am

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