Newsletter #238     Friday, June 17, 2005

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  • Open letter to U.S. Christians
    By Michael Freund - - June 8, 2005   There is no getting around it – the Land of Israel belongs to the people of Israel because the God of Israel said so. Period. So drop whatever you are doing, put aside your concerns about other burning public issues of the day, and pour out your heart to God that He should prevent the withdrawal from occurring. For anyone who takes the Bible seriously, the time to stand up and speak out is now.

  • Do over in the Mideast
    By Joseph Farah - - June 15, 2005  Forget three major wars. Forget 60 years of Arab terrorism against Israel. President Bush has declared a do-over. It's back to the beginning. For Israel, he has declared, it's back to 1949 and borders that were indefensible then and even more indefensible today. Israel gets to make all of the sacrifices it made to survive all over again. It gets to hope and pray that God delivers the Jewish state to miraculous victories once again. It gets to do all this without a single friend it can count on in the whole world – not even the United States this time around.

  • The gathering storm
    Jerusalem Post - June 14, 2005   Perhaps it is time to consider the possibility that Abbas's rule has suffered not from too little help but from too much. The claim that Hamas would be worse cannot be allowed to absolve Abbas's PA of its minimal requirements and obligations. In fact, as in the time of Yasser Arafat, the worst situation is not Hamas control, but a PA that serves as a fig leaf for what is increasingly an anarchic terror state.

  • Hitlers in headscarves
    By Joseph Farah - - June 14, 2005  Imagine it's 1939. Hitler is on the move. As always, the world wants desperately to avoid war. Here are the terms Hitler puts on the table: We will stop our drive for new territory only when all the Jews are out of Poland, Austria and Czechoslovakia. Would the civilized world accept such a demand? I doubt it. Yet that is exactly what we are agreeing to do on a smaller scale in Gaza and part of the West Bank this summer.

  • Israel's Perilous Patience
    P. David Hornik - - June 16, 2005  Israel is now in its familiar waiting-for-someone-to-be-killed mode. Although security chiefs disagree about the implications of the upcoming disengagement and about overall strategy, no one disputes that during the present "lull" Hamas is reconstituting itself as an army of thousands, great quantities of weapons keep being smuggled into both Gaza and the West Bank, and Palestinian incitement and genocide-education continue unchecked.

  • America's irreplaceable ally
    by Caroline Glick - Jerusalem Post - June 17, 2005  The positive consequences for America of its alliance with a strong and secure Israel are enormous and unique. The negative consequences of an abandonment of Israel will be equally vast. Why would Singapore or India or any other US ally trust an America that would abandon Israel? And how will the US be more secure if it increases its dependence on Arab regimes that are inherently hostile to it and everything it stands for?

  • Crisis with US deeper than most realize
    Jerusalem Newswire - June 15, 2005

    A Washington-based Israeli diplomatic source revealed Wednesday that the current crisis in relations between Israel and the US over the sale of arms to China was deeper than either government was letting on, according to Army Radio.

    Middle East Newsline reported that Washington planned to continue to suspend military ties and block certain arms shipments to the Jewish state after the two nations failed to hammer out an understanding that would put an end to the sale of advanced Israeli-made weapons to China.

    US officials said the deal floundered after the Israeli delegation rejected American demands for greater control over Israeli negotiations with foreign militaries, including those of US allies India and Singapore.

    Over the past year, Washington reacted to Israel-China military ties by boycotting several senior Israeli defense officials, holding up the shipment of night-vision and other crucial battlefield systems, and excluding Israel from participation in joint military projects.

    “We have made our concerns about the sale and transfer of defense equipment and technology to China known to Israel,” Pentagon spokesman Bryan Whitman told reporters Monday.

    Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee head Yuval Steinitz responded by saying, “There is no doubt that relationship with the United States is critical to Israel.”

    “But, with all the enormous importance of US diplomatic, economic and military help, Israel must keep its independence and also some reciprocity in this relationship,” the senior Likud MK told Army Radio Tuesday.

    Steinitz was alluding to the ongoing sale of advanced US weaponry to Arab nations still officially at war with Israel, and which pose an existential threat to the Jewish state.

    Israel has asked Washington on numerous occasions to curb the sale of advanced missile technology and combat aircraft to hostile neighbors, such as Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

    While America's Arab clients have attempted to militarily exterminate the Jewish state no fewer than three times, China has never fought a war against the United States.

    An analysis of the situation by Arutz 7 Wednesday noted the worrying double standard whereby Washington imposes sanctions on Israel for arms sales to China, but grudgingly looks the other way when France and Germany sell arms and nuclear components to China and Iran.

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