Newsletter #237     Friday, June 10, 2005

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  • In our eternal, undivided capital
    by Caroline Glick - Jerusalem Post - June 7, 2005  Jerusalem is the indivisible and eternal capital of the Jewish people. But from the passivity of the government in the wake of PA encroachment on the city, it seems that, rhetoric aside, our leaders are abandoning their duty to defend it.

  • A Pro-Hamas Foreign Policy?
    By Micah Halpern - - June 9, 2005  If the United States does not insist on disarming Hamas, Hamas will achieve even greater goals. If the United States does not insist on disarming Hamas, Hamas will become mainstreamed and they will keep their weapons. If the United States does not insist on disarming Hamas, the United States will have facilitated a terrorist organization, not destroyed it. If the United States does not insist on disarming Hamas, the United States will never again be able to take the high road on the issue of terror.

  • Don't talk to Hamas
    Jerusalem Post - June 7   From the US perspective, continuing to shun Hamas makes even more sense. First, any contact with the US is necessarily of a political nature. Second, the Bush administration rightly decided that, in Yasser Arafat's case, being "elected" was not enough to warrant contact. Why should Hamas, which has all along rejected peace and embraced terror even more explicitly than Arafat did, be treated better than he was? Thirdly, Hamas is, as the administration points out, on the State Department's terrorist list for a reason.

  • When ethnic cleansing is OK
    By Joseph Farah - - June 8, 2005  Think about what I am saying: It is the official policy of the Palestinian Authority that all Jews must get off the land! Why is the United States supporting the creation of a new, racist, anti-Semitic hate state? Why is the civilized world viewing this as a prescription for peace in the region? Why is this considered an acceptable idea? Is there any other place in the world where that kind of official policy of racism and ethnic cleansing is tolerated – even condoned?

  • The Temple Mount – still in our hands?
    By Gerald M. Steinberg - Jerusalem Post - June 5, 2005   Is the Temple Mount really "in our hands," as general Motta Gur reported after his paratroops had secured the area? And is Jerusalem "the eternal undivided capital of Israel," as our political leaders declare? Or is the Jewish presence on the Temple Mount and other areas in the eastern part of the city tenuous and restricted?

  • Abbas invites terrorists on board for pullout
    Jerusalem Newswire - June 9, 2005

    Now that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's “disengagement” plan is no longer a unilateral Israeli affair, PLO chief Mahmoud Abbas has invited Gaza-based terrorist organizations to take part in coordinating the expulsion of local Jews.

    Abbas traveled to Gaza Thursday in order to calm escalating tensions following a massive terrorist artillery barrage on Israeli communities in and around Gaza earlier this week.

    Three people were killed and eight others wounded in mortar and rocket attacks on Sderot and southern Gaza's Ganei Tal Tuesday.

    Abbas reportedly convinced Hamas and Islamic Jihad terror bosses to recommit to a temporary “ceasefire” that has resulted in anything but a cessation of attacks on Israeli Jews.

    The PLO chief has explained to “Palestinians” the importance of proper timing in their aggression against the Jewish state, and maintains that now is a time for reaping diplomatic rewards for past violence through negotiations.

    In order to bring Hamas and Islamic Jihad back under the purported truce, Abbas offered to let the terrorists help with preparations for Israel's planned withdrawal from Gaza and northern Samaria.

    A newly-established “high national commission” will allow for the terrorists to “coordinate and consult” with the “Palestinian” leadership over the Israeli withdrawal, Samir Mashharawi, a senior member of Abbas's ruling Fatah faction, told reporters.

    “Palestinian” terror groups have repeatedly stated their belief that violence has driven the Jews from Gaza and Samaria, and will eventually accomplish the same throughout the rest of the land. Observers feel Abbas's latest move will only strengthen that sentiment.

    "The painful and qualitative blows which the Palestinian resistance dealt to the Jews and their soldiers over the past four-and-a-half years led to the decision to withdraw from the Gaza Strip," Ahmed al-Bahar, a top Hamas leader, said in March.

    Sharon originally billed his plan as a unilateral measure implemented from a position of strength and as a result of the lack of a true “Palestinian” peace partner.

    Over the past several months that position has eroded to the point Defense Minister Sha'ul Mofaz is now set to hand over the blueprints of Gaza Jewish communities to the PA prior to the evacuation.

    Thursday's reported deal between Abbas and the terror heads was quickly violated.

    Just hours after the meeting, “Palestinian” forces fired a missile at Jews in southern Gaza and two Kassam rockets at Sderot. There were no injuries in the attacks.

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