The true purposes of the State Terrorism of Israel against the Gaza Strip people


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Jan 4, 2017
November 1,2023

Given that in the times we live in, it is extremely difficult, not to say impossible, in terms of information, to establish the absolute truth about who committed a terrorist act, especially when this act, due to its weight and impact on the media, who can be worldwide blamed for it. Perhaps the executors (sometimes) may have been identified but not the instigator and it can never be absolutely ruled out that behind the executors there is a instigator who could also be the Government that considers itself offended by the act.

The main goal of terrorism is to induce terror, and perhaps to influence public opinion for political change. Many states hide their terrorist activities under the “faces” they show the world, masks intended to hide real aims of acquiring or expanding power and wealth. These activities, presented as “self-defense,” “preventive action,” “counter-measures” or even as promoting “progress and development,” are forms of state terrorism that are much more widespread, powerful, and destructive than the actions originating from groups labeled terrorist since 9/11.

It could always be a false flag, a complicit passivity on the part of the government that allowed the act, or that the victims were hit by friendly fire during the intervention of the security force in disguise of protecting them…
And the doubt, or the suspicion of a criminal action by the government or the certainty of the concealment of crucial information in this regard can persist even after two decades as is the case with 9/11 still today. Spontaneous terrorism either State terrorism, this is the long-lasting dilemma. And this is precisely the case of the so-called Hamas attack of 10/7.

The Construction of State Terrorism
Especially when we talk about traumatic events that can have a great emotional impact on the public such as to generate consensus enough to justify controversial choices with dramatic political and military consequences (read wars) our judgment should be extremely cautious. I am referring exactly both to 9/11 and 10/7.

Given also that no person with common sense can believe that Gaza Strip can be freed from Hamas through a military operation like the one currently underway by the IDF which has so far resulted in the massacre of over 8,000 Palestinian civilians. Perhaps not even a complete genocide of its entire population could clear the Gaza Strip of Hamas given that, as is well known, Hamas is also dispersed abroad in various countries.

And without any doubt the indiscriminate violence against the civilian population currently carried out by the IDF is capable of triggering strong radicalization reactions, including terrorist ones, in pro-Palestinian groups that had been averse to any violent action until today.

Three-panel cartoon showing a young child losing his parents to an Israeli missile in the first panel. In the second panel we see him growing up with a catapult in his hand, fighting Israel. In the third panel, he has become a fighter for Hamas.

Just as it has triggered reactions of indignation and dissent throughout the world among a vast segment of the more educated and informed non-Arab and sometimes even Jewish Western population.

Although it appears not to have influenced the politics of their nations at all, but in Spain and France. For those who had not yet understood this is a sign that official European and NATO international policy is rigidly linked to that of the US, UK and Israel Governments.

Let me point out once again that this universal fact is not at all democratic in the popular sense representative of his citizenship. Finally what are the aims of Israeli terror against the population of Gaza? In my opinion there is no doubt the aim is to encourage a total and general exodus of the population of the Gaza Strip into Egypt, to force Palestinian inhabitants of Gaza Strip to this exodus.

The term exodus I used to define the present clearing out of Palestinians is not accidental. In the Bible it is told the exodus of Jews, now we see an Israeli terror-forced exodus of Palestinians…

Then since all these people will be generally without money I assume these new houses will be provided ”generously” by the Israeli government for free in an international image operation. At the same time maybe indebting these people to some institution named Arab but controlled by Israel, I guess. ”How good-hearted is the Israeli government to give the Palestinians (survivors) a new homeland in Egypt and free houses” At least so I suppose. And this is based on an Israeli document in Hebrew whose translation I attach below.

But first I want to clarify what are in my opinion the two strategic objectives that Netanyahu’s government intends to achieve through the current military operation:

The first is the objective of freeing the Gaza Strip from the entire Palestinian population, civilians and terrorists, also handing over this territory to the state of Israel and taking over the entire coastal strip.The Great Gazan Gas Robbery - Oil Change International
The second objective is to finally be able for Israel to claim full rights over the Palestinian territorial waters where the Gaza Marine natural gas fields are located. Which already have been belonging to a virtual, hypothetical and fictitious Palestinian ”State”. In facts non-existent as I have already argued in my other articles, being in reality a sort of large refugee camp or sort of Indian reserve from of 19th century West.

Such virtual and fictitious l Palestinian state which has not been able to exercise these rights so far on the exploitation of its natural resources due to surreptitious legal obstacles placed by Israel.

There is currently a unique and rare opportunity to evacuate the entire Gaza Strip in coordination with the Egyptian government.This is shown in the following document.

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In this document, a sustainable and economically feasible plan will be presented, which aligns well with the economic and geopolitical interests of the State of Israel, Egypt, the USA and Saudi Arabia.

An immediate, realistic and sustainable plan for humanitarian resettlement and rehabilitation of the entire Arab population in the Gaza Strip.

In 2017, it was reported that there are about 10 million vacant housing units in Egypt, of which about half are built and half are in the process of building. For example, in the two largest satellite cities of Cairo, the 6th of October and the 10th of Ramadan, there is a huge amount of built and empty apartments in government and private ownership and construction areas sufficient to house about 6 million inhabitants. Most of the local population is unable to buy the apartments despite their very low price (between 150 to about 300 dollars per square meter only (although the stock of empty apartments changes over time, but it seems to remain very large and available to be inhabited by the entire population of Gaza.The average cost of a 3-room apartment with an area of 95 square meters for an average Gazan family consisting of 5.14 people.

In one of the two cities indicated above, it stands at about $19,000 – taking into account the currently known scope of the entire population living in the Gaza Strip, which ranges from about 1.4 to about 2.2 million people, it can be estimated that the total amount that will be required to transfer to Egypt Inc. to finance the project will be on the order of 5 to 8 billion dollars. This amount reflects a value of only between one percent and one and a half percent of the GDP of the State of Israel and can easily be financed by the State of Israel, even without any international aid.

As will be explained in the next paragraph, injecting an immediate stimulus at such a height to the Egyptian economy will provide a tremendous and immediate benefit to al-Sisi’s regime. These sums of money, in relation to the Israeli economy, are minimal. If it helps move the
the pill for Egypt, they can also be doubled, tripled and even quartered in order to solve the issue of the Gaza Strip, which for years has been an obstacle to peace, security and stability not only in the Gaza Strip, but also around the world.

Investing a few billion dollars (even if it is 20 or 30 billion dollars) to solve the difficult issue this is an innovative, cheap and sustainable solution. In this context, it is advisable to remember that the State of Israel spent in less than a year about NIS 200 billion to treat the Corona epidemic. There is no reason to assume that we cannot afford an immediate payment of 20-30 billion shekels, which is basically a kind of payment for buying the Gaza Strip, and in which we can in any case flood a lot of value over time, so this is actually a very worthwhile investment for the State of Israel.

The ground conditions in Gaza are similar in the future, the Gush Dan area will provide high-quality housing for many Israeli citizens and in fact will expand the Gush Dan area to the border Egypt. It will also give a tremendous impetus to settlement in the Negev.

Economic background – Egypt:
On 12/16/2022 the International Monetary Fund approved a rescue loan of 3 billion dollars for Egypt against the worsening economic crisis that she experienced (in the month of 01/2023 inflation in Egypt climbed to 26.5%) – but the conditional on draconian conditions and reforms in the Egyptian economy.

While the IMF recommended moving to an exchange rate
flexible, it is expected that this approach will deepen inflation and even worsen the cost of living problems. Since the month of 03/2022 the Egyptian pound lost about half its value (the official dollar exchange rate increased by 95% from 15.7 to 30.7 pounds to the dollar, a lot
less than the exchange rate on the black market), and this depreciation in the value of the currency has already harmed the Egyptian economy by significantly inflating the costs of importing food into the country (about 70% of the Egyptian population who live on an income of a few dollars a day, sustains by buying bread and basic products subsidized by the government (the private sector in Egypt is having trouble recovering, and his output has been in constant decline for 26 consecutive months. The loan is also conditional when the privileges they receive are companies owned by the army, something that could endanger the al-Sisi regime.

In light of these data, the IMF’s recommendations are met with strong opposition and at the same time – their implementation seems highly improbable in light of the risk they pose to the stability of al-Sisi’s regime. It appears that the Egyptian government intends to sell its holdings 35 – State-owned companies for strategic investors until the end of 06/2024 when by the time of writing these lines, an amount of about 5 billion dollars has been raised, with an additional 5 billion dollars earmarked for raising.

“If the Egyptian government succeeds in advancing the IPO plan and securing additional financing from the Gulf countries or from other partners – the Egyptian central bank will adopt a more flexible exchange rate policy,” said the economist Hani Abdul-Fathuh to Ahram Online.

“The second review date of the IMF loan was scheduled to take place in the middle of September, but the first date, which was planned for the month of 03/2023, did not take place at all. on these two reviews to be carried out before the annual meeting of the IMF and the World Bank Group in Morocco on 10/08-“, Fatuh emphasized.

Egypt’s debt stands at 6% of GDP for the fiscal year 2022-2023. Its debt-to-GDP ratio was estimated in these are 95.6%, with a GDP of 9.8, approximately 318.23 billion dollars. The value of the net deficit in Egypt’s foreign assets reached 26.34 billion dollars in 07/2023- (the value of the net deficit in foreign assets reflects the net value of owned foreign assets the state’s banks minus their foreign liabilities. (A-Sisi’s regime faces heavy pressure to repay His debts, in the face of low investor confidence. In addition, on 05/10/2023 – Moody’s rating agency downgraded Egypt’s credit from 3B to 1Caa when it means that the debts of the Egyptian government are in debt “significant risk”. This is the lowest rating ever given to Egypt.

China is the fourth largest debtor of the Egyptian government, with a debt of 7.8 billion dollars as of 06/2023- Egypt plans to receive a loan worth about half a billion dollars in bonds consisting mainly of Chinese yuan help in meeting its obligations. Most of the funding of the “Capital New Egypt” project for the relocation of all government offices a new city in advanced construction processes in the desert east of Cairo and essential to Sisi comes from loans and C fees Niyot which are valued at 4 billion dollars, have a high yield and huge repayment payments that Egypt is already struggling to meet in them. Therefore, China also began to show caution in investing in Egypt in light of the financial challenges that the latter is facing with them.

However, even if China decides to start reducing its investments, it is still interested in seeing the project “Capital New Egypt” and other projects are perfect. China is currently focused on its relations with the Gulf countries that Egypt’s economic survival is an important issue for the latter. In a scenario where Egypt will be deeply in debt for China – significant and extensive geopolitical consequences will be created for the region. This is a source of great concern for the US, because Egypt’s non-compliance with its obligations to China, and as a result, China’s takeover of strategic assets in Egypt, will be a strategic disaster for the USA.

Other creditors of Egypt, such as Germany, France and Saudi Arabia, also do not want to witness the total failure of the Egyptian economy, so that they too will have an incentive to keep the Egyptian economy afloat even if through Israeli investment in the rehabilitation of the entire population of Gaza in existing apartments in Egypt. For European countries, and mainly Western European countries, the transfer of the entire Gaza population to Egypt and its rehabilitation while significantly reducing the risk of illegal immigration to their territory is a huge advantage.

Saudi Arabia is also expected to benefit significantly from the move because the evacuation of the Gaza Strip means the elimination of a significant ally of Iran and a huge contribution to stability the region, and hence allowing for the promotion of peace with Israel without the incessant interference of local public opinion because of endless, repeated rounds of fighting, which ignite the fire of hatred against Israel.
Also, there are countries, such as Saudi Arabia, which need skilled personnel in construction like the Gazans. Saudi Arabia building huge projects and the city of the future Naum, and this can be an intersection of interests on this level as well.

It is to be assumed that quite a few Gaza residents would jump at the opportunity to live in a rich and advanced country rather than continue living in poverty under Hamas rule.
This deal between Egypt and Israel can be reached within a few days after the start of the flow of immigrants from Gaza to Egypt through the Rafah crossing. Already today there are hundreds of thousands of Gazans who wish to leave the Strip.

The IDF must produce the proper conditions for the Gazan population to immigrate to Egypt, with Egyptian cooperation from the other side of the border (and for in addition, closing the Gaza issue will ensure a stable and increased supply of Israeli gas to Egypt and liquefaction and also stronger control of the Egyptian companies in the existing gas reserves off the coast of Gaza together with the transfer of Gaza emptied of its inhabitants to the State of Israel.

It should be remembered that the total population of Gaza, about 2 million inhabitants, is less than that from 2% of the total Egyptian population, which already today includes 9 million refugees. Drop in the ocean.
There is no doubt that in order for this plan to come to fruition, many conditions must exist at the same time. Currently, these terms are taking place and it is not clear when such an opportunity will arise again, if at all. This is the time to act. now.

appendix A’

Resettlement cost per person / family in Egypt, and total cost to Israel as a percentage of GNP for the fiscal year 2023 Minimum value Maximum value
Total population in the Gaza Strip 1,400,000 2,200,000 Number of persons in the family (average) 5.14 5.14
The number of households in the Gaza Strip is 272,374 428,016
Average resettlement cost per household


$19,000 $19,000
Total project cost $5,175,097,276 $8,132,295,720
The total cost of the project as a percentage of the country’s GDP

0.96% 1.51% Israel

Appendix B’

Average cost per apartment in the resettlement targets, broken down by apartment size
the number of persons
in the family

Apartment cost per person
2 persons 50 $10,000 $5,000
3 persons 70 $14,000 $4,667
4 people 82 $16,400 $4,100
5 persons 95 $19,000 $3,800
6 people 105 $21,000 $3,500

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