Well friends, unfortunately it looks like I was right on another major issue which involves the threat of Islam. Just like I was right when I opposed the Center of Security Policy’s Frank Gaffney back in 2015 when he implied that Mohamed Zuhdi Jasser (yes, that is his real first name) was going to lead a reformation of Islam. How did that work out?
This time the so called experts are Pamela Geller of the Geller Report, and Daniel Pipes, the so called historian of the Middle East Forum (MEF). Both of whom proudly promoted the Abraham Accords, AKA the fantasy land peace deals between Israel and and a handful of Muslim majority countries.
Fast forward to some headlines about Israel from the last few days.
Did the Abraham Accords make Israel any safer? Obviously not. So who benefitted from them? Muslims did. Because the one sided “deals” empower Muslims.
Israel and Sudan will also “begin economic and trade relations, with an initial focus on agriculture,” and will “meet in the coming weeks to negotiate agreements of cooperation in those areas as well as in agriculture technology, aviation, migration issues and other areas for the benefit of the two peoples.”
Since Palestinian Muslims are running wild, what was the point of empowering other Muslim majority nations? Nothing.
What the Accords are to Israel is just false hope. Which is what much of the public wants to hear. Sold to the public by two purveyors of false hope. Pamela Geller and Daniel Pipes. I hope the money is good guys….