Monday, July 26, 2010

Prerequisites for a two-state solution

Jer. 6:14 They have healed also the hurt of my people slightly, saying, Peace, peace; when there is no peace. American Standard Version.


I have long scoffed at the "Peace Accords" and its offspring, since it ushered in not peace, but more mayhem, yet still politicians and the news media cried "peace, peace when there was no peace". Mort Zuckerman is neither a hawk nor a conservative, but here is his essay outlining the whole thing.

By Mort Zuckerman

Will the world applaud Israel's just-announced decision to restrict its military forces by imposing even more stringent rules to avoid accidental civilian casualties? Don't bet on it. The world remained silent as Israel endured hundreds of Palestinian suicide bombers, stabbings, drive-by shootings, and kidnappings. No censure or demands for a cease-fire impeded Hezbollah in the north and Hamas from the south as they rained thousands of missiles on almost 40 percent of the Israeli population.

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