Sunday, January 29, 2006

Here is a idea regarding HAMAS - and Israel's future in dealing with them.

The FIRST time you hear a country propose (no matter which country it is) that Israel must diplomatically deal with HAMAS...I want you to ask them this question.

"Would your (insert for instance, France) country have a STATE DINNER (with full diplomatic honors) for Osama Bin Laden? And, if you won't -- DO NOT expect Israel to negotiate with Hamas. Or, if Osama is out of the question, please have a state dinner for the President and Supreme Leader of Iran....would you please?"

If the country does NOT do that BEFORE they ask Israel to accept HAMAS and negotiate with terrorists -- then they are phonies.

Wanna take bets it will be a European country, - 2 to 1 says France....

3 Comments:

Blogger Zalman said...

It will probably be Israel.

Among Israeli politicians who have committed themselves to the “peace process” (which is not necessarily the same as “peace”), the addiction to issuing statements and taking action is overwhelming. Thus, while the whole world is saying "whoa, what does this mean to my understanding of the situation in the region?" ... the addict says, well OK, maybe Hamas won’t sign a peace agreement with us but that doesn’t mean we have to sit around and do nothing. We must do something. And we must do it now!

4:41 PM  
Blogger Andy said...

Zalman,

Great points, and I agree.

I often ask, and will continue...If Israel withdraws from territory -- like Southern Lebanon, portions of the West Bank and Gaza - of course hypothetically -- what can the average Israeli expect from the Palestinians and the greater Arab's nations at large.?

Answer: Nothing.

bottom line -- this is about time, and who can use their time most efficiently to DEFEAT the Jewish state.

Too bad, the "addict" doesnt see it - and the addict is half of Israel.

The only Addicts on the other side wantto KILL and eradicate the entire region of INFIDELS.

5:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

its funny how we always like to give credit to the french. I think our friend Bill O'Reilly is right when he discusses he feelings on the French.

12:09 PM  

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