Newsletter #329 Friday, May 18, 2007
This is a small sampling of the many excellent articles published this week. For more, please visit our Home Page.
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- Punish Hamas
Jerusalem Post - May 16, 2007
Hamas is to blame for both of the wars it insists on fighting, against Fatah and against Israel. If Hamas had decided, after its election victory and the complete Israeli withdrawal from Gaza, to focus on ending corruption and improving the Palestinian standard of life, the situation in Gaza would by now have been relatively peaceful and much improved. Instead, Hamas has chosen the path of endless war. Hamas must be punished for this, but without doing it any favors.
- The Sderot lesson
By Hal Lindsey - worldnetdaily.com - May 18, 2007
"If anyone ever needed a lesson as to the folly of giving Palestinians "land for peace," let them talk with the people of Sderot, Israel. Since turning over Gaza to the Palestinians in exchange for a promise of peace in 2005, they have rained almost 1,400 rockets on this formerly peaceful town. It has become so intolerable in the last week that thousands were forced to leave their homes in an exodus to safer ground. More than 50 rockets have hit Sderot in the last three days.
- Tolerating hypocrisy in Jerusalem
Caroline Glick - Jerusalem Post - May 15, 2007
So this week, as the government conducts its hollow celebrations of the reunification of eternal capital of the Jewish people which it does so little to defend, and the Left, the EU and the US emptily speak of their "peace policies," the Jewish people must stop tolerating this dirty game.
- Which occupation?
by Saul Singer- Jerusalem Post - May 17, 2007
Once occupation has been deemed the original sin, it is assumed that the occupier will not budge until driven out. It follows, therefore, that all people of good will must pressure the guilty party, the occupier, on behalf of the victim, the occupied. Yet what if the occupied is the side perpetuating the occupation, and the occupier the one desperate to end it?
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