Tuesday, October 26, 2010

More Examples of Why Peace is Impossible

Hat tips: IMRA, Palestinian Media Watch and Arlene Kushner

The Palestinian Leadership Fears a Hamas Takeover in the Judea and Samaria Region

“The most extreme situation that we can envision in the Command is that the Palestinian Authority will decide to turn its weapons against us. This is a possible scenario, but we do not believe it will happen in actuality,” GOC Central Command, Maj. Gen. Avi Mizrachi said. The Commander of the Judea and Samaria Division, Brig. Gen. Nitzan Alon, emphasized to participants that they must be prepared for a situation whereby the Palestinian Authority would turn itself into an enemy and would no longer operate to overcome terrorism as it currently does. (click title for complete article)

"Text in teacher's book: "a, b, c, d, e, f ... p, q r, s, t..."
Text in child's mind: "Map of Palestine covering Israel a, b, c..."
Note that Arabic is read from right to left.
Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Oct. 19, 2010

The cartoon shows a teacher teaching a Palestinian child the letters of the alphabet. However, the text in the child's mind shows that he visualizes the map of "Palestine" replacing all of Israel before he starts learning the alphabet. The cartoon also carries a message of violence, as the child's pencil is shaped as a slingshot with a stone next to it... (complete article)"

Listen to Wafa Sultan, who left her native Syria to live in the United States and speak out about Islam:

Each of these sources is a complete example, proof that Israel' desperate quest for "peace" only endangers us.  Together the truth is so overwhelming, but still most Israelis, most Jews, refuse to face reality. 

Peace won't come from "making a deal," negotiating with with the Arabs.  Peace, true peace, and there is no other, will only come from our strength and confidence.  We will only have peace when we stop looking for it in others, when we refuse negotiations, when we stand straight, tall and proud, filled with faith in G-d, when we tell all those putting pressure on us that we are no longer listening.  And words aren't enough.  We must stop listening to others, and we must learn to listen to and obey G-d.


Anonymous said...

Isn't the teacher in the Arab cartoon none other than our own Yossi Sarid?


Anonymous said...

you must remember that this is the absolute worst-case scenario that, as the article points out, is extreme and highly unlikely.
all the same, i am not ready to bet my life on it just yet...
i think that bibi, who thinks like an american, is trying to foster peace and prosperity in the territories in order to give them a taste of the good life, and that they have something to lose.
remember, peace -- if you can have it -- is better than whatever it is we have now.

Anonymous said...

No, Anonymous.

Since peace with a terrorist nation is a pipe dream, what's better than we have now is to defeat them and throw them out.

But keep banging your head against the wall. You seem to enjoy the pain.

Batya said...

It's worse than banging one's head. It's giving the whip to the torturer.