As long as Israel acknowledges that the Palestinian Arabs’ national claims to statehood in Judea-Samaria are authentic and legitimate, Israel can never be secure externally, or internally.
For complying with those claims will make the country indefensible over time against threats that emanate beyond the Green Line, and ensure that the embers of incipient domestic revolt within it will continue to glow menacingly, capable of bursting into flames at any moment in response to legitimate actions taken to deal with those threats.
On Monday, we awoke to news that four worshipping Jews, one of them a British national, were murdered by Palestinian terrorists as they prayed in their Jerusalem synagogue. Hamas praised this atrocity, as it praises every terror attack in which the victim is an Israeli Jew. There should be absolutely no doubt: Hamas’s recent statements celebrating terror attacks are entirely consistent with its charter, which calls for the murder of Jews.
Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it.
Murder and theft.
Khaled Mashaal has accrued wealth estimated above $2.5 billion in this business.
Ismail Haniyeh similarly now enjoys a reputation as a billionaire.
Gaza’s residents and those settled around Ramallah should understand this criminality pursued in their name diminishes their name.
Given political intimidation under the rules promoted by political mafia, have any choice?
Perhaps “any” have choice every morning, every minute, every day, and every day becomes more clear, more informed, more truthful.
Do books get in to the Arab enclaves within Israel?
I don’t know.
However, unless our communicating systems are closed or deeply filtered, they are open and free – and free of manipulation. Curiosity may face a wilderness in information, but all the parts and particles of authentic stories — not the manipulations calculated with libels, obfuscations, omissions associated with lies that either pander or threaten — about themselves are there for looking. Fear should not direct the eyes or conscience.
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