Sunday, January 20, 2008

Food for Thought by Steven Shamrak

Note: Steven Shamrak has been publishing an independent editorial letter since Augest 1981 in order to educate and inspire people worldwide about Jewish-Zionist prospective on Arab-Israel conflict. He requests people visit His website contains instructions for subscribing to his letters.

Jews have been told for almost 2 millennia that there is something wrong with us. We need time and new victories to change this belief, to shift from self-hate to self-respect and self-appreciation! Having a decent leadership and clear National goal would help.

Olmert's Non-committal War. "We don't seek to fight in the Gaza Strip," Olmert said, "but neither will we put up with these attacks. We will continue to target the terrorists with wisdom and boldness." Olmert stressed there is no magic formula for stopping every missile. (He just does not want to see or look for it! By fighting only the symptoms one cannot defeat disease!)

PA: No Agreements on 'Give and Take'. The Palestinian Authority cannot negotiate compromises with Israel and will cut off talks if the IDF does not halt its attacks on terrorists in Gaza and stop Jewish communities from being built, PA negotiator Saeb Erekat said Thursday. (No commitment to end terror attacks and recognise Israel! Since the signing the Oslo agreement Israel gives but the Arabs only take!)

Dead Terrorists – No Strategic Gain. MK Yuval Steinitz (Likud) reacted to the news that the IDF has killed 1,000 terrorists in Gaza in the past two years by saying that this was only a limited achievement. "There is no strategic achievement here. There is a limited tactical effect on the other side." (With no goal for ending Arab occupation and re-unification of all Jewish land the conflict will flourish endlessly!)

Misguided Objective. President George W. Bush gave Israel the nod for its long-delayed military operation against Hamas in the Gaza Strip. (Why would Israel need permission to defend herself?) The US president, Israeli Prime minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas agreed that the Israeli operation's prime objective must be to purge the Gaza Strip of Hamas strength in order to hand it over to the PA. (…from one terrorist entity to another! This is a conspiracy to prolong the Arab-Israel conflict! Ending an occupation of Jewish land by Arabs is the only way to cease this conflict. Removal of all enemy population from Gaza would be a good first step of the new peace process.)

Quote of the Week:

"They (Jews) will no longer be uprooted from this land that I have given" - Prophet Amos. - Jewish Olmert and born again Christian president Bush do not know their own bible!

Stupidity of Inaction. The Israeli government told the court that it is unable to decide how to protect Sderot from rocket attacks at this time. Terrorists are using rockets with longer ranges, and more cities are coming under attack, officials explained, so whatever the government does in Sderot will set a precedent. The government cannot afford to provide protective shielding for larger cities. (The best protection for Sderot and other cities from Qassam and Katusha rockets would be re-unification of Gaza, cleared of its terror-infested Arab population, with Israel! For that politicians must have love for their own country, integrity and guts!)

Israeli Arabs – Enemy Within. An Israeli Arab group called Ahrar al-Jalil (Free People of the Galilee ) claims it attempted to bomb Jewish cars in Haifa and near the Harish Junction. The group said it would continue to attack Israelis within Israel 's 1948 borders.

Another 'Friendly' Gesture from Bush. The U.S. announced its intention to sell Saudi Arabia 900 JDAM (Joint Direct Attack Munitions) laser-guided bombs. Israel has warned that if a fundamentalist rebellion takes place in Saudi Arabia, any technology it possesses could fall into the hands of terrorists.

Iranian-Made Rocket Hit. The origins of the rocket, which hit the Israeli town of Ashkelon on Jan. 3 was made in Iran. This is clear indication of ties between Gaza's militants and Iran's hard-line Islamic regime.

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