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Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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The New York Times / Shawn Baldwin

Aid for the Gaza Strip lies baking in the desert sun after Israel blocked many trucks from entering from Egypt.

A crossing point on the Egypt-Israel border has turned into a parking lot for supplies since Israel virtually halted the transport of aid and equipment for Gaza. Medical items are being allowed to pass, but well-drilling equipment, blankets and food are being blocked.

The New York Times:

France sent technical equipment to help Gazans draw water from the ground. The Swiss sent blankets and plastic tarps. Mercy Corps, a relief agency, sent 12 truckloads of food. And on Tuesday all of it, including dozens of other trucks carrying sugar, rice, flour, juice and baby formula, sat in the hot sun here going nowhere.

This normally quiet commercial crossing between Egypt and Israel has been turned into a parking lot of stalled, humanitarian aid, and in the city of El Arish there are even greater quantities of food, clothing and essential supplies, sitting, waiting and baking in the sun. Some supplies are loaded onto dozens of trucks parked on city streets, but much more is stored in the open areas of a local sports stadium, also waiting, also going nowhere. Only medical supplies seem to be getting through to Gaza.

Since the cease-fire, Israel has allowed some humanitarian supplies into Gaza, but the territory is still desperately short of the necessities. Israel closed all the crossings into Gaza on Tuesday after an Israeli soldier was killed in a bombing on the Israeli side of the border. But that changed nothing at this crossing, where the flow has been stalled for days.

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By cyrena, February 2, 2009 at 11:55 pm Link to this comment

He is now involved in THREE wars no to mention Ssomalia and others.  This from a candidate who ran on a peace platform.

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Folktruther you poor thing. Are you in your cups again, or refusing to take your meds?

It’s been two weeks, and you say, “he is now involved in three wars”

So, they just popped up eh? These three wars. Obama ran on a peace platform, and you’re saying he’s started 3 wars instead.

Your psychosis is very evident on these blogs folkT. I just thought I should tell you that. Just in case it mattered to you.

I think you match (or possibly even exceed) KDelphi and Troublesum one the ‘obsessed with Obama’ meter. Old Max Shields was the only other one who could really top you, and then another few bonafide psychos that I’ll leave unmentioned. Dihey has an obsessive hate-jealousy thing going with him too, but it’s not as bad as yours. David Duke doesn’t like him either of course.

But you pretty much take the prize here on TD. The rabid rantings of…fill in the blank. Crackpots are everywhere we look these days, and even in places we don’t look.

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By Folktruther, February 2, 2009 at 10:20 pm Link to this comment

It looks like the starvation blockade is going to continue and after the election, the US-Israelis may invade again.  this time the slaughter may be much worse, since the last time it strengthened Hamas instead of weakening them.  Obama is such a prisoner of his Israeli backers and advisors, he would probbbly go along.

He is now involved in THREE wars no to mention Ssomalia and others.  This from a candidate who ran on a peace platform.

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By cyrena, January 30, 2009 at 8:58 pm Link to this comment

“We are getting a lot of assistance, but they let very few trucks through,” said Hany Moustafa, who manages the stadium. “We have trucks we loaded up five days ago still sitting here, waiting.”

There has been an outpouring of support for Gazans, mostly from the Arab world, but also from Europe, Venezuela and nongovernmental organizations, officials here said. Medical supplies go straight into Gaza through Egypt’s crossing at Rafah.”

BUT..nothing else..They prevented Arab Egyptian physicians from entering Gaza for days on end, and the so-called medical supplies even now aren’t enough.

“At the United Nations, John Holmes, an emergency relief coordinator, said the scale of the destruction meant that far more than the current movement of aid was needed urgently. “Enough will always be allowed in for people to exist, but not enough for the conditions for people to live,” Mr. Holmes told reporters.”

Thanks for this brewerstroupe

Moshe Dayan, Israel’s defence minister at the time, said that 80 per cent of these confrontational episodes were planned and executed by Israel…..

“It went this way: We would send a tractor to plough some place where it wasn’t possible to do anything, in the demilitarised area, and knew in advance that the Syrians would start to shoot. If they didn’t shoot, we would tell the tractor to advance farther, until in the end [the] Syrians would get annoyed and shoot.

“And then we would use artillery and later the air force also, and that’s how it was.”

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This has been the primary MO for Israel since the beginning. This isn’t a single Middle Eastern country that Israel has provoked this very same way.

Nothing has changed in over 40 years. They’ve used the same treacherous and duplicitous tactics since day one, all the time whining to the world about “scared” they are. I guess they would be. Israel will be looking over its shoulder for the entirety of its existence.

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By diamond, January 30, 2009 at 2:17 am Link to this comment

Oh please Laura! How does being a European Jew or an American Jew make you an indigenous Arab? This is like saying that because my great grandmother is Irish I should be able to turn up in the middle of Dublin and turf unsuspecting Irish people out of their houses at gunpoint. And if they don’t get out I’m permitted to come back the next morning and blow the houses up with them in them, as Jewish settlers did to Palestinians in the 40’s. Get a grip. This may come as devastating news to you but Israelis are not the only people in the Middle East with rights. And they’re not the only people in the world who’ve ever been wronged. And being wronged even in the heinous way they were by the Nazis can’t excuse the execution of children to punish their parents for voting for Hamas. Wrong’s wrong and no amount of sleight of hand will change facts. You’re just trying to justify in advance the plan to steal the West Bank and Gaza and to throw the Palestinians on the rubbish heap of history. Netanyahu’s election pitch was that he would allow Jewish settlements to expand into the West Bank. He’s very generous with other people’s land, you’ve got to give him that.

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By Laura, January 29, 2009 at 4:52 pm Link to this comment
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The Jews never “stole” any land since they are the indigenous people of Israel. On the other hand the Arabs did steal the land of other people’s from throughout the Middle East and Africa to the Indian subcontinent, destroying indigenous cultures and religions and Arabizing and islamizing them. THE ARAB MUSLIM PEOPLE ARE THE REAL COLONIAL OCCUPIERS in the Middle East and beyond.

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By Laura, January 29, 2009 at 4:46 pm Link to this comment
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Laura Shneider, the problem isn’t with Israel’s creation, its with the Arab-muslim states and the muslim ideology of hatred and jihad against infidels. So why is it Israel that’s the mistake, rather than the Arab states, carved out of the Ottoman empire by Britain and France after WW1? It is those countries that should not exist, since it is they who are creating the problems.

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By geronimo, January 29, 2009 at 3:36 pm Link to this comment
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We Can Change Public Opinion On The Mideast Conflict

“How?”

“By pointing out that our government’s support of Israel puts us all at risk.”

“Based on?”

“Repeated statements by the perpetrators of 9/11.”

“Why will our pointing this out sway the public from going along with our government’s support of Israel to opposing it?”

“Has to do with self-interest.”

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By nefertiti, January 29, 2009 at 1:12 pm Link to this comment

nefesh

IF rafah border is open and the port of Gaza is free to be used by Palestinians , no one will ask Israel to open anything . the Other borders are not even Israelis but on the ILLEGAL occupied westbank .

Hamas won a lot through this war , even Israeli anaylists have said it .
-Israel was supposed to weaken Hamas (hamas is now more popular with the people than before)
-Abbas has lost any popularity he had before
- prisoner shalit was not freed
-israel did not stop the rockets into Illegal land in fact the rockets travelled further .

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By nefertiti, January 29, 2009 at 1:05 pm Link to this comment

Folktruther

The “independent” Media was Gagged and was not allowed into Gaza to show us the slaughter and bloodbath , and the destroyed infrascture , including the zoo of Gaza , its only Cement factory , and its chicken farms . the raw sewage treatment plant did not escape the destruction and soon there would be an ecological catastrophe in Gaza . I wish the Independent Media Insisted to be allowed in , to cover the bloodbath . i wish they critized Israel for doing so but they did not they simply follow the Israeli propaganda . they could not tell us anything they Have not seen , right ??

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By nefertiti, January 29, 2009 at 1:01 pm Link to this comment

Israel is Blocking AID and food and much needed Medicine and the Pharaon of Egypt (or like we call him the Laughing cow ) is doing the same . Shame on him. He even stopped Volunteering doctors from the west and the arab world for a week . they slept rough until they were allowed in . Egypt also blocked the passage of many Egyptian members of Parliament who wanted to go Gaza for support. I can not wait for the Pharon to be one day in the Hague for crimes against Humanity (along the zionist criminals )

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By Laura Schneider, January 29, 2009 at 10:37 am Link to this comment

Folktruther,

  “and the world was horrified by the wanton  
    brutality”

And why might that have been?  I suggest that all these biased, slanted articles that do not provide ALL the facts of this case might well shape world opinion.

We are dependent on a free, independent and ethnical press to provide us with accurate, complete information.  This article is an example of propaganda and little else.

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By Folktruther, January 29, 2009 at 9:26 am Link to this comment

The problem for US-Israel was that the invasion was a military-political defeat.  It did not destroy Hamas and the world was horrified by the wanton brutality.  So US-Israel is continuing the starvation blockade, using Gaza as a gigantic concentration camp.

Meanwhile Obama has given a talk to the Muslims stating that the US is now going to treat them with respect.  While the US is starving the Palestinians and bombing the homes of the Afghans, Pakistani and Iraqis.  This is will not of course change the mind of the Muslims, but is intended for domestic consumption to show he is making an effort, while continuing Bushite policies.  It gives talking points to fake progressives.

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By hippy pam, January 29, 2009 at 7:32 am Link to this comment

thnk u bsh…for giving the world the impression that it is O.K. to invade another land and kill innocents…That plausible denial[what mustard gas?] gives someone the right to maim[oh-right-there were Hamas hidden in that school]and murder someone who thinks differently[Ruby Ridge/Iraq] or is trying to protect their way of life[Leonard Peltier]...you are a SHINING EXAMPLE to the WORLD of WHAT NOT TO DO!!!!!

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By hippy pam, January 29, 2009 at 7:29 am Link to this comment

thnk u bsh…for giving the world the impression that it is O.K. to invade another land and kill innocents…That plausible denial[what mustard gas?] gives someone the right to maim[oh-right-there were Hamas hidden in that school]and murder someone who thinks differently[Ruby Ridge] or is trying to protect their way of life[Leonard Peltier]...you are a SHINING EXAMPLE to the WORLD of WHAT NOT TO DO!!!!!

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By Shift, January 28, 2009 at 8:21 pm Link to this comment

Yes the Israeli’s have become the barbarians they claim to despise Nefesh.

“But who are these barbarians? Tzvetan Todorov questions Claude Levi-Strauss’ definition of the barbarian as “the man who believes in barbarism” and suggests: “It is someone who believes that a population or an individual is not fully human and therefore merits treatment that he would resolutely refuse to apply to himself.” In his recent The Fear of Barbarians (10), Todorov develops an argument he presented in earlier works such as On Human Diversity (a thought-provoking book that deserves to be far more widely read). “The fear of barbarians,” he writes now, “is what is in danger of turning us into barbarians. And the evil that we do will far exceed what we initially fear.””

http://mondediplo.com/2009/01/07west

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By brewerstroupe, January 28, 2009 at 7:36 pm Link to this comment

A rather long and unnecessary post that confirms that Israel’s borders are not declared, as I stated.

This:
As you know, the Golan was seized and annexed by Israel after defeating the Syrian army in 1967. Syria considers the Golan its own, but they lost it in a war of aggression

....is spurious.

Moshe Dayan, Israel’s defence minister at the time, said that 80 per cent of these confrontational episodes were planned and executed by Israel…..
“It went this way: We would send a tractor to plough some place where it wasn’t possible to do anything, in the demilitarised area, and knew in advance that the Syrians would start to shoot. If they didn’t shoot, we would tell the tractor to advance farther, until in the end [the] Syrians would get annoyed and shoot.
“And then we would use artillery and later the air force also, and that’s how it was.”

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By Fadel Abdallah, January 28, 2009 at 7:14 pm Link to this comment

So in addition to all the derogatory epithets that Israel earned over its short 60-year history, we can add now “the blocker of aid supplies!”

Here are some of the old ones:

1. The entity created through terrorism!
2. The sickly illegitimate entity conceived in the womb of the two complexes of Masada and the Holocaust!
3. The entity that was artificially created to serve as a perpetual Western colonialist post in the heart of the Arab and Muslim world to bring continuous wars, destruction and division!
4. The entity that continues to live by sword and must perish by sword!
5. The entity with the third or fourth greatest arsenal of weapons of mass destruction!
6. The entity with an army of trigger-happy soldiers who thrive on the sight of children blood, civilian massacres and destruction of infrastructure!
7. The entity that through both blackmailing and dirty money controls the media, politics and policy of the supposedly greatest country of the world!
8. The entity with a sickening arrogance and unbound disregard for world opinion and human rights!
9. The only entity that still practices apartheid in plain twenty-first century!
10. The only entity in human history that made God a real state agent who allotted for them a specific piece of land!
11. The only entity that lays claim to being chosen by God, when in fact they act and behave as the worst scum of God’s earth!
12. The only entity that claims exclusivity to Semitism to the exclusion of other more pure and original Semites!
13. The entity that gave the world the two sickening blackmailing phrases of “anti-Semitic” and “self-haters Jews” for those who dare to speak up against its terrorism, inhumanity and atrocities.
14. The entity that turned a tragic event of the Holocaust in the history of the Jews into a profiteering industry.
15. .....
16. .....
................(feel free to add your own!)

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By nefesh, January 28, 2009 at 6:57 pm Link to this comment

brewerstroupe, January 28 at 3:36 pm wrote:

Question for you Nefesh.

Where are Israel’s borders? To the best of my knowledge, they have never been declared.


Is that really the best of your knowledge? If you don’t know the answer to your own question, what credibility does anything you write about here have?

Either you really are that naive, or you ask straw man questions in order to obfuscate and frame a smokescreen argument.

I’ll assume you really don’t know, and since I do love geography, I’ll just go ahead and tell you:

Israel and Egypt share their mutually recognized border along the Western Negev desert, running from the southeast corner of the Gaza strip to Eilat on the Gulf of Aqaba - a distance of approximately 250 km. Adjacent to Eilat is the Jordanian coastal town of Aqaba. Israel and Jordan share their mutually recognized national boundaries from the Eilat-Aqaba crossing north along the Rift Valley on the eastern edge of the Negev desert, to the mid-point of the Dead Sea, again a distance of approximately 250 km. Pending disposition by negotiated settlement of the so-called West Bank, the internationally recognized boundary between sovereign Israeli territory and Jordan runs north along the Jordan River to its headwaters north and east of the Huleh Valley in the Golan. As you know, the Golan was seized and annexed by Israel after defeating the Syrian army in 1967. Syria considers the Golan its own, but they lost it in a war of aggression, so, too bad for them. The border betweeen Lebanon and Israel running east to west from the Golan to the Mediterranean has not been the subject of serious dispute between either country, with the exception of the small part of the western Golan called Shebaa Farms - formerly Syrian controlled territory, and certified as such by the UN. The current claims by some elements in Lebanon are manufactured by Hezbollah, essentially as a raison d’etre for perpetual hostilities on their part.

The rest of your comment is not worth responding to - it’s that asinine.

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By brewerstroupe, January 28, 2009 at 4:36 pm Link to this comment

Israel is a sovereign nation and has no obligation to open her borders

Question for you Nefesh.

Where are Israel’s borders? To the best of my knowledge, they have never been declared.

Another question:

Was this when “Hamas promised war against the Jews”

“Our message to the Israelis is this: we do not fight you because you belong to a certain faith or culture. Jews have lived in the Muslim world for 13 centuries in peace and harmony; they are in our religion “the people of the book” who have a covenant from God and His Messenger Muhammad (peace be upon him) to be respected and protected. Our conflict with you is not religious but political. We have no problem with Jews who have not attacked us - our problem is with those who came to our land, imposed themselves on us by force, destroyed our society and banished our people.

We shall never recognise the right of any power to rob us of our land and deny us our national rights. We shall never recognise the legitimacy of a Zionist state created on our soil in order to atone for somebody else’s sins or solve somebody else’s problem. But if you are willing to accept the principle of a long-term truce, we are prepared to negotiate the terms. Hamas is extending a hand of peace to those who are truly interested in a peace based on justice.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2006/jan/31/comment.israelandthepalestinians

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By diamond, January 28, 2009 at 4:33 pm Link to this comment

The only question worth asking or answering here is, how much longer will the American government, which has the power to stop it, allow this madness to go on? And the other question is how much longer will American citizens be prepared to fund this madness with their taxes?

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By dihey, January 28, 2009 at 4:01 pm Link to this comment

Obama-baby here is Israel’s answer to your tepid request that it opens the Gaza border. It is obvious that you rambled about the wrong opening in your silly Al Arabia interview.

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By PatrickHenry, January 28, 2009 at 3:15 pm Link to this comment

This kind of blockade justifies every missile launched at Israel from its inception.

How upset I am with my government for supporting this.

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By nefesh, January 28, 2009 at 1:58 pm Link to this comment

Shift, January 28 at 12:38 pm wrote:

Israel has become the nightmare monsters that they claim to despise

 

Huh. So the 200,000 Israeli civilians living under a constant barrage of thousands of missiles for years are undeserving of protection? Yeah, say that at your next Town Hall meeting.
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American foreign policy would again be made by American’s and not Israeli’s

Right. The Zionist puppet-masters. Very original. Very ‘Alex Jonesy’. Oh, wait, you believe Alex Jones…..nevermind.
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...neo-zionist expansionism…

Neo? Please, explain the nuances between a regular Zionist and a Neo-Zionist, and then weave in the ‘expansionist’ bit. It would be a shame if your reasoned argument fell flat because you used trite, jingoistic, and meaningless slogans.

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By nefesh, January 28, 2009 at 1:43 pm Link to this comment

Laura Schneider, January 28 at 10:35 am wrote:

There are two sides (or more) to this story.  It is easy to reduce this to the “bad” Israelis for defending themselves against a terrorist organization and the “poor victim” Palestinians who continually elect and empower terrorists.

The absurdity of articles like this is the willful ignorance it took to ignore the axiomatic. Hamas promised war against the Jews, the Gazan Arabs elected them, and Hamas delivered that war. They are also on the losing end, but the war continues. Israel is a sovereign nation and has no obligation to open her borders to a ruthless foreign enemy whose raison d’etre is the destruction of its neighbor.

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By Shift, January 28, 2009 at 1:38 pm Link to this comment

Israel has become the nightmare monsters that they claim to despise.  I will not support any American politician that supports Israel, in fact, I will work against them.  If more people announced this intention publicly the clout of the Israeli lobby would be substantially lessened and American foreign policy would again be made by American’s and not Israeli’s. 

So when you attend Town Hall Meetings, make sure this subject is addressed and made known.  Support of neo-zionist expansionism is not in Americas best interest and will lead to war, not peace, in the Middle East.

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By Anna-Marina, January 28, 2009 at 12:47 pm Link to this comment
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“That means the Palestinians will have to put their children’s future before their ideology of hatred of the Jews and jihad”
Laura Schneider

Zionism does not recognize, in principle, Palestinian statehood. The natives are humiliated, starved, enclosed into a ghetto; their children cannot go to study abroad because of Israelis’ objections: (http://www.albionmonitor.com/0810a/copyright/gazastudents.html)

There are Jewish people (living in different countries of the world) who express an open hatred to the Palestinians, simply because the Palestinians do not want to surrender their lawful property to Israel and do not want to forget the death of their relatives and loved ones from the hands of the “chosen people.”
(http://www.democracynow.org/2009/1/14/white_phosphorous_and_dense_inert_metal)

Israel violates the Geneva Conventions, practices apartheid and genocide, whereas the ardent supporters of Israel demand (for themselves only) all the rights that were achieved by the Western Civilization.
Israel is destroying not just the Palestinian children’s future – Israel is exterminating these children.

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By P. T., January 28, 2009 at 12:13 pm Link to this comment

“Instead of worrying about what was and never will be again, let’s move forward with a reasonable solution to the problem that is a win-win for both sides.”


Moving forward is difficult when the Zionists are unwilling to acknowledge that their terrorism and ethnic cleansing of the indigenous Palestinian people plays any role in the problem.

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By Clonakilty32, January 28, 2009 at 11:57 am Link to this comment
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For the longest time I used to sympathize with Israel.  Over the past four to five years of reading more about the Palestinian conflict I have changed my opinion.  I feel strongly that Israel is guilty of ethnic cleansing and oppression of the Palestinian people and of illegal occupation of Gaza.  I no longer have any sympathy for the Israel.  I’m tired of the United States jumping through hoops at the snap of Israeli fingers.  It is Israel that should be heeding the words of the U.S. not the other way around.  It is American tax payers dollars that are funding these atrocities on the   Palestinian people.  I do not want may tax dollars going to Israel… We the United Stated need to immediately cut off all financial and military aid to Israel.  When the American tax payers dollars stop coming into Israel’s coffers they will heed the advice of mediators. As long as the money from American taxpayers keeps coming Israel will raise its dirty middle finger to the United States.  I have had enough and too many of my tax dollars are going to Israel.  I DO NOT WANT ANOTHER DOLLAR OF MY TAXES TO GO TO ISRAEL FOR ANY PURPOSE.  SEND MY DOLLARS TO PALESTINE.

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By Laura Schneider, January 28, 2009 at 11:35 am Link to this comment

If we want to play territory ownership tracking, we could go back for thousands of years.  Where do we stop?  When it’s convenient for you and your viewpoint or mine or someone else’s?

The Allies made a poor decision when creating Israel as they did with little or no consideration for the long-term consequences for the region.  But all is fair in love and war, and to the victors, the spoils.  It’s been that way for centuries now.

Instead of worrying about what was and never will be again, let’s move forward with a reasonable solution to the problem that is a win-win for both sides.

That means the Palestinians will have to put their children’s future before their ideology of hatred of the Jews and jihad.  If they don’t (and they haven’t so far), there is no solution but for Israel to invade and conquer.

No one is mentioning that the reason Israel is blocking some aid to the Palestinians is because of the weapons smuggling that is taking place with even U.N. shipments.  And then there are the tunnels to Egypt where weapons and ammunition are smuggled in daily.  As fast as Israel destroys the tunnels, they are rebuilt.

Europe is overrun with Muslims now, and their numbers are giving them political power to put pressure on Western institutions to block Western freedom of speech in deference to protecting Islam.  Journalists in Palestine are shown only what Hamas and Fatah want them to see, just as is true in the past and currently when traveling to other areas controlled by extremists (Red China, Russia, other Islamic countries, etc.).

And where is the concern for Israeli children who are being bombed?  The press is allowing itself to be controlled and, in the process, is controlling the information that we get.  We can’t make good decisions without complete and accurate information.

There are two sides (or more) to this story.  It is easy to reduce this to the “bad” Israelis for defending themselves against a terrorist organization and the “poor victim” Palestinians who continually elect and empower terrorists.

Get a grip.

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By P. T., January 28, 2009 at 11:07 am Link to this comment

Sderot (hit by rockets from Gaza) is stolen land. In 1948, where Sderot houses Israeli Jews today, there was a village called Najd—Arabic for a high plateau. It was home to about seven hundred people, most of them small farmers. Two days before the declaration of the State of Israel—that is, on May 13th—Haganah forces expelled the inhabitants.

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