Saturday, February 17, 2007

Islamofascism & Arab racism, pro genocide, still dominates most "Palestinians" - February Poll: 75% of Palestinians don't "give" Israel right to exist

Islamofascism & Arab racism, pro genocide, still dominates most "Palestinians" - February Poll: 75% of Palestinians don't "give" Israel right to exist

NEC 12-15 February Poll: 75% of Palestinians do not think that Israel has the right to exist

NEC's monthly bulletin on Palestinian perceptions
towards politics and economics
Bulletin # II-2 - Main Findings
February 2007

In the period 12-15 February, 2007, Near East Consulting (NEC) conducted a
phone survey of over 1200 randomly selected Palestinians in the West Bank,
the Gaza Strip, and Jerusalem of which 806 were successfully completed. It
is worth noting that the margin of error is +/- 3.4% with a 95% confidence

.. 51% of Palestinians feel less secure since the January 2006 elections,
as compared to 48% last month, and 44% in December 2006.

.. The majority of Palestinians (85%) of the Palestinians continue to be
either extremely concerned (55%) or somewhat concerned (30%) about the
current situation in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. This constitutes a
decrease of 6% since NEC's January 2007 survey.

.. 19% are concerned because of the economic hardship that their household
is facing (+1% since January), 31% are concerned because of the general
absence of security for their families (+5% since January), while 29% remain
concerned because of the internal power struggle (-13% since January).

.. Despite the recent Mecca agreement, 75% continue to feel insecure with
respect to themselves, their family, and their property (+1% since NEC's
January 2007 survey).

.. 82% of the Palestinians believe that the Executive Force should be
integrated within the other security forces (+3% since January).

.. While in NEC's January 2007 survey, 43% of Palestinians believed that a
civil war was likely, since the Mecca agreement 77% think that this
likelihood has decreased, 8% believe that the likelihood of a civil war
since the Mecca agreement has increased, and 15% feel that it remained the

B. The Mecca agreement and the future developments:

.. The overwhelming majority of Palestinians (94%) support the Mecca

.. 79% believe that the Mecca agreement will hold.

.. Equally, 79% believe that the envisaged Unity government in the Mecca
agreement will succeed.

.. 63% believe that the embargo against the PA will be lifted as a result of
the Mecca agreement.

.. 20% believe that Fateh most benefited from the Mecca agreement, 19% feel
that Hamas most benefited from the Mecca agreement, while 38% believe that
both benefited equally. Although originally not an option to answer in the
survey, 23% of the respondents insisted that the Palestinian people most
benefited from the Mecca agreement.

.. Despite the optimism surrounding the potential of the Mecca agreement, an
exact equal percentage of Palestinians as last month (76%) believe that the
crisis between Fateh and Hamas will end. In other words, the Mecca agreement
did not further influence Palestinian perceptions on this issue.

C. Factions and leaders:

.. Between trust in Abu Mazen and trust in Ismael Hanieh, 51% most trust the
former, while 49% most trust the latter. However, when - more generally -
Palestinians are queried about their trust in Palestinian personalities, 22%
most trust Ismael Hannieh, while 19% most trust Abu Mazen. Some of the other
personalities who receive trust from a proportion of the Palestinian people
include: Marwan Barghouti (16%), Khaled Masha'al (9%), Mustafa Barghouti
(8%), and Mohammad Dahlan (6%). Although his name was not included in the
list of Palestinian personalities, 9% of the respondents still insisted that
they most trust the late President Yasser Arafat.

.. Very similar to NEC's January 2007 results, 43% believe that the people
in their neighbourhood mainly trust Fateh, 33% believe that they mainly
trust Hamas, while 21% believe that the people in their neighbourhood do not
trust any faction.

.. Personally, 34% of the respondents place their trust in Fateh (a drop of
6% in comparison with NEC's January results), 28% most trust Hamas (compared
to 26% in January), while 33% do not trust any faction (an increase of 6%
since last month). In other words, last month's high level of trust in Fateh
has receded as an increasing percentage of respondents again opt not to
trust any of the existing factions.

D. The Palestinian-Israeli context:

.. 70% support a peace settlement with Israel, compared to 72% in January
2007 and 77% in December 2006.

.. 51% believe that Hamas should change its position towards the elimination
of Israel (a drop of 5% since January 2007, and a 10% drop since December

.. 63% of Palestinians believe that Hamas should use all its efforts to
reach a peace agreement with Israel.

.. 85% of Palestinians believe that there is a Palestinian peace partner.
This indicates an increase of 8% since December 2006, and is the most
positive answer since NEC began asking this question in its May 2006 survey.

.. Meanwhile, 26% believe that Palestinians have a peace partner in Israel.
This indicates a downward trend as in December 2006 still 30% believed that
there was a peace partner in Israel, while this was this the case for 36% of
Palestinians in November 2006. The current results consist of the least
pronounced belief that there is a peace partner for Palestinians in Israel
since August 2006 (at the height of Israel's war against Hezbollah).

.. 62% of Palestinians support the planned meeting on 19 February between
Abu Mazen, Ehud Olmert, and Condaleeza Rice.
.. While principally 75% of Palestinians do not think that Israel has the
right to exist, 70% support a one-state solution in historic Palestine where
Muslims, Christians and Jews live together with equal rights and

E. Poverty conditions

.. The percentage odd Palestinians who live under the poverty line is lower
than previous months and it stands now at 64% (32% are hardship cases and
32% are below the poverty line).

.. Supporters of Fateh seem to be less privileged than other respondents.
While the national rate for those below the poverty line is 64%, the
percentage is 67% for Fateh supporters and 62% for Hamas supporters. This
tendency has been rather consistent every month since March 2006.

.. Poverty level is higher in the Gaza Strip (72%) than in the West Bank


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Israel should have [a long time ago] press the UN for:
1) Condemming Arab Muslim 'Palestinian' parents, teachers, leaders, Mullahs, for using Arab kids as human shields and as human bombs, clarifying the real culprits in Arabs' deaths.
2) Violations by ILLEGAL PA Arabs "settlers" on Israel's "agreed" borders by the UN.
3) "Palestinian" Violation of virtually ALL agreemants pacts with Israel (Oslo, Camp David, etc.).
4) The PA official media & education = hate (crimes) campaign on "the joos", (not just on Israel...).
5) Exposing the constant intimdation on nations by the GOLIATH ARAB MUSLIM (oil) block, to tarnish innocent Israel in the UN.



1) Are you denying that the Arab racist attacks on Jews in Israel/"palestine" has started since 1838 (Safed) [so were the attacks in 1883, 1920, 1921, 1929 - Hebron, etc.]?

2) Had Israel be a (mostly) Arab-Muslim State, would the intolerant Arab-Muslim Goliath world not accept them?

3) Why is there a complete silence on the historical fact of Arab immigration late 1800s early 1900s into Israel/"palestine"?

4) What anti-Israel bigotry is stronger, the "Arab racism"; factor? or the 'Islamic-Jihad' factor?

5) 'Moral equivalence' Do you have Arab activists on behalf of Israeli victims, just like you have Jewish, Israeli, Zionists activists for the (so called) 'Palestinian cause' (whatever that is...)?

6) If humane Israel would really go after "unarmed poor palestinians" as the 'Pallwood' propagandists tell us, How many Arabs would have survived Israel's might?

7) Who's more at fault, the Arab Muslim "Palestinians" parents pushing for Shahid-isim, or the indoctrinating Mullahs, Imams in the holy Mosques for using "Palestinian" kids and women as human bombs and as human shields (so they can blame the Zionists when Arab kids die)?

8) What would have happened if Arab Muslim "Palestinians" would have invested as much energy in rebuilding their lives as they do in destroying both nations' lives in fascistic Jihad, total hatred and campaign for GENOCIDE [to "drink the blood of the Jews" or to "push them all to the sea", or to "wipe them off of map"]?

9) Why does "bad" IDF Israeli army announce an area residents' civilians to evacuate before an operation against terrorists?

10) Why did Humane Israel's IDF invented specially low range missiles designed to hit ONLY the [terror] target and minimize collateral damage?

11) When was the last time the "Palestinian" well oil-ed propaganda machine has retracted [or even apologized] for it's usual PALLYWOOD fake images industry?

12) What's the difference between a Christian in Indonesia, Buddhist in Thailand, Christian in Nigeria, in Philippines, Australians in Bali (2002), non Muslims in London (0707/2005), in Madrid (bombing), "not the-right-kind-of-Muslims" in Shiite-Sunni hateful massacres in Iraq, oppression & massacres in the "Islamic Republic of Iran", and Israeli victims of the same "evil ideology"?

13) What's a harder oppression, your "average" Arab Muslim regime's on it's own people, Hamas-tan Islamic Apartheid [which most "Palestinians" supported!] on non Muslims, or the pro-Jihad parents' on their kids?

14) What would have happened if at least ONE Arab Muslim nation [regular or oil-ed one] would really care about the Arab [brothers, that since the 1960's started to call themselves as] "Palestinians" and let them get off the terror slum into normality and even prosperity?

15) What part of 'BLIND FASCISM' do Arab-Muslims deny, the usual obsessed anti Israel demonization [no matter what Israel does] or the reluctance to see Israel's super kind gestures for those that are trying to kill them [releases from prison, giving away own land vital to it's security, humanitarian aid, etc.] not as goodness but as "weakness"?

16) Why is it that when Islamists terrorists [Hamas or Hezbullah, Islamic Jihad, etc.] succeed in making sure Arab kids die [with their known tactics of cowardly firing among or behind children, etc.] the Arabs, Muslims rejoice and the Israelis, Jews are saddened ?

16) How can land be an issue [or the blatant lies the Arab lobby's financed: Jimmy Carter has said, though he admitted that Israel is a great equal democracy for all, Arabs and Jews alike!'] if "moderate" Palestinian official government still has venomous hatred and pro 'death cult' in it's regular curriculum and on it's official TV, or that such "moderate" Arab media outlets [like Al Jazeera] still glorify mass murder as "martyrdom"?

17) Who's more powerful, the Arab Muslim Goliath Oil mafia "lobby" on the world or a Chinese, Italian, Israeli, Irish, pharmaceutical, cigarettes lobbyists in Washington?

18) Had the International Arab Muslim lobby of nations in the UN [or the EU] not threatened other nations to bash Israel 24/7 [motivated by intolerance only!], What would be then the outcome?


Let's make it clear, even if there will be a "Palestine" state, it will never change the factual history, that a group of foreign Arab immigrants came into the (historic) land of the Jews (and started to call themselves as "Palestinians" in the 1960's) and hijacked the world comunity via terrorism and Arab oil power to give them yet a second 'Palestine' state (after Jordan).



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