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The Passion Of The Jews
« on: September 09, 2006, 07:23:42 AM »
REceived today from Alain's Newsletter, a great commentary on the state of the world against Israel:

The Passion of the Jews
Christian Hartsock

September 8, 2006 -- We know the world’s in trouble when the man who once heroically directed a cinematic celebration of history’s greatest Jew at the risk of being thrown in the lion’s den by Hollywood becomes a virtual spokesman for Hezbollah. We also know the world’s in trouble when the perennially bullied and terrorized sliver of a country that lies in the heart of a region inundated with demonic, raging anti-Semitic Muslims caves in to pressure and settles with a ceasefire with the fire-breathing Islamic cannibals of Hezbollah against the will of 70 percent of the Israeli population – and counts on the United Nations of all things to help keep the peace.

Unfortunately, the United Nations, which has passed more resolutions against Israel than on any other state, clearly cares as much about the nation it once created as does the American Democratic Party. Picture for a moment a corruption-ridden international organization whose Relief and Works Program employs, funds and provides ambulances for transportation for terrorists from Hamas and other Muslim lowlife organizations (which the Israel Defense Force had to deal with on its own) securing peace for Israel. That makes about as much sense as the New York Times defending Donald Rumsfeld from Hillary Clinton’s attacks.   

It was all going so well. Israel was standing up for itself but according to liberals and world leaders like Kofi Annan and Jimmy Carter, that’s a no-no. Kofi Annan has recently stated that Israel’s “excessive use of force is to be condemned,” and in a recent interview taken during the war, Jimmy Carter said, “I think they should declare an immediate cease-fire on both sides, Hezbollah said they would comply, I hope Israel will comply, and then do the long, slow, tedious negotiation that is necessary to stabilize the northern border of Israel completely.” And while we’re at it, let’s try to diplomatically work out a long, slow, tedious negotiation between a full bathtub and a plugged-in toaster.

This military action was apparently also upsetting too many liberals back in America who believe that the only good Jew besides Al Franken, Barbara Streisand and Arthur Sulzberger is the kind that have been used to wash your body with in the shower. Yes, American liberals are just fed up with Israel not staying put when bestial player-hating Muslims push its buttons, and they are absolutely outraged when Israel dares strike back when they are messed with (don’t those Jews know their whole “eye for an eye” thing was rendered obsolete by Gandhi?), not to mention the American Jews back home from those scheming neo-cons (code word for “Jews”) like Paul Wolfowitz to obstinate Democratic deserters like Joe Lieberman (the only man liberals would call a traitor), who simply believe in the concept of self-defense for both the U.S. and its close Jewish ally. Liberals would sooner defend the “right” of an Arab Muslim to defend himself from the impending threat of a bus filled with women and children by blowing himself up in it than they would Israel protecting itself.

Liberals also like to shroud their anti-Semitism with the claim that it is not Jews they are against, but the Israelis because of their alleged “belligerence” – a term that was used against Israel in a statement made by the organizers of the Locarno International Film Festival, who dropped the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a festival sponsor this year. Belligerence? Are they talking about when Ariel Sharon went against the will of his Likud Party and withdrew from Gaza, which only preceded daily firings of rockets into Jewish communities? Or the belligerence demonstrated by Ehud Olmert’s plan to evacuate the Jews from 95 percent of Judea and Samaria – all land they won fair and square after the war of 1967 – which the Arabs felt so grateful for that they kidnapped two Israelis and provoked what was the doormat of the world and then wasn’t for a few weeks?

Why can’t we just let the Jews finish the fight? A lot more bloodshed lies in the way of securing peace – which is an absolute imperative. Let’s get it over with. If Israel can take out Saddam Hussein’s Osirak nuclear facility as they did in 1981, they could also do the same with Iran – a rogue nation led by the new Hitler of the Middle East which they are already indirectly dealing with by attempting to wipe out from Lebanon the Iran-sponsored Hezbollah terrorist group.

The Jews hear loud and clear when the Holocaust-denying Mahmoud Ahmadinejad talks about how Israel “must be wiped off the map” and they don’t like it when their prime minister backs out of a war against a group Ahmadinejad could be utilizing for the realization of that objective. (Despite the fact that Ahmadinejad made those comments after being arrested for drunk-driving in Malibu – he now wants to meet with Jewish leaders to discuss “the appropriate path for healing.”)

It’s this sort of situation that only facilitates more attacks. Historically, every time Israel has made a concession, they have been screwed over. When Israel returned the entire Sinai Peninsula to Egypt and made peace with Anwar Sadat, Sadat was assassinated by Islamic extremists and Arab terrorists continued their attacks on Israel – leading Israel to invade southern Lebanon in 1982. And yet again, Arab terrorists’ reaction to Israel’s humble withdrawal from Gaza has demonstrated the implacable fact that none of this is about land. It is about deep-seated anti-Semitism and a dogmatic refusal to integrate with Jews under any circumstances. As the leaders of the Palestine Liberation Organization said after its creation in 1964 – the express purpose is to “push the Jews into the sea.”

So what now? They were onto something here. It’s time for Olmert to listen up to what his people have to say and for us to keep supporting our Middle Eastern ally in liberty when it needs our support the most – with or without the support of Jimmy Carter or Kofi Annan; and it’s about time for the U.S. and Israel to set an example for Ahmadinejad and let him know we mean business – even if he does claim he owns Malibu.

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