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Dividing the land of
Israel (posted 01/20/08)
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I keep asking
myself ... Can they REALLY be serious? I honestly do not
understand how people that I believe possess a certain level of
intelligence can be so foolish. The "Roadmap for Peace" being
proposed by President George W. Bush, the UN, and others, is in
reality a "Roadmap for Disaster".
It certainly would
be helpful IF there had EVER been ANY history where giving up parts
of the Jewish homeland has resulted in a more peaceful situation.
Actually just the opposite is true. The
EXPANSION of the Jewish homeland HAS resulted in more peaceful
Israel PROTECTS the
holy sites of ALL faiths. This has not been the case whenever
control of those sites are relinquished to the P.A. Israel
develops the highways and industry. To this point in time the
Palestinian people have been far better off under Israeli rule than
under their own rule. It would be nice to see ANY evidence of
success by the P.A. before giving them more territory to destroy.
The clear examples
of Bethlehem, Jericho and Hebron and most recently the evacuation of
Gaza leave little question as to how to secure peace and protection
in the region.
the Israel Initiative is a plan
to annex the West Bank and Gaza into the land of Israel. It
provides for the resettlement of those who would not desire to
remain under Jewish rule, and creates the opportunity for those who
would pledge allegiance to the state of Israel to become full
citizens. Fairness and Opportunity seem to be a much better
"roadmap" for peace than political correctness and expedience.
Bush was in Israel he was given a scroll that was prepared by the
New Jewish Congress, The Sanhedrin and the Temple Institute.
Rabbi Chaim Richman (spokesman for these organizations) reads the
contents of the scroll.
President, let's focus on eliminating terrorist strongholds rather
than creating new ones. If you are really looking for peace in the
region, give Israel MORE land and resources. Allow Israel to fulfill
her destiny as a light to the nations. Peace CAN come to the
Middle East, but let us not ignore history and logic when we search
for it. It is closer than you can imagine. May it happen in
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