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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

The Nightmare, Danger of a Cease Fire

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrives in Tel Aviv,
 Israel, Nov. 20, 2012, in this handout picture provided
 by U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv. / U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv
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I had trouble falling asleep last night.  The idea that there may be a ceasefire at this point in the war is frightening, terrifying. 

Recently re-elected American President Barack Hussein Obama has sent his Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to try to force us into signing away our chance of cleaning up and preventing a future slaughter of Israeli civilians.

Clinton arrived in Jerusalem late Tuesday night amid reports that a deal on a truce between Israel and Hamas was imminent.
Israel Radio quoted an Israeli official saying a truce was held up due to "a last-minute delay in the understandings between Hamas and Israel". complete article

Hamas has been working hard, testing their launching power to check exactly how far their deadly missiles can go.  They are also figuring out how to beat the Iron Dome.  Yesterday the Jerusalem area was targeted again, as was central Israel.
IDF soldier, civilian killed as over 140 rockets hit Israel
Gazan fire killed an IDF soldier and an Israeli civilian on Tuesday, as over 140 rockets rained down on Israel throughout the day.  complete article
Never underestimate one's enemy.

Read the latest Ruthie Blum article in Israel Hayom.  Ruthie is right. It may not be pc to say so, but the truth is that the Arabs don't value life the way we do. Our (Israelis) biggest error is trying to pretend that Arabs will like us "if only...."
Gaza proves Golda right

“Peace will come to the Middle East when the Arabs love their children more than they hate us,” then Foreign Minister Golda Meir said in 1957, during an address to the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
Meir, one of the signatories of Israel’s Declaration of Independence in 1948, made her pronouncement long before the Six-Day War, when Israel was nearly annihilated by a host of Arab armies, emerging victorious by the skin of its teeth and the grace of God. This was the war that resulted in the unification of Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty, and the repossession of Judea and Samaria (the West Bank), and the Gaza Strip.
If the Arabs want peace, they can have peace with Israel, because we haven't started any of the wars or aggressions.

The cartoonist is Mike Smith
There is no way a peace can be "brokered."  Israel, the people, do not want to give Hamas terrorists a chance to rearm and attack again.  We must destroy them and their terror equipment, launchers, rockets, missiles, kassams, EVERYTHING!

There must be a way to sue all of the NPO's, governments, international organizations etc who have been supporting the Arab terrorists in Gaza and other parts of the Land of Israel, even those who claim to be donating food and medical supplies, because they are enabling and encouraging those Arabs to attack us!


Edward F. Villa said...

I wonder what The Torah Laws of Warfare would say about the current situation in Gaza .

I can see a mighty man of HaShem with a Shofar in hand ...
Atop The Tower of David ?

Hummm ....
I don't know .

I smell a MIGHTY victory in the making !
What you folks say ?

Batya said...

Edward, it's pretty easy if you know the Bible. King Saul was deposed by G-d for not destroying every single solitary Amalekite.

The mitzvah is to live, not to give life to our enemies.