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Basis for Negotiation-revisited

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Submitted by Jonathan Williams (United States), Apr 19, 2009 at 19:34

One of the tragic truths of our times ,an unwillingness to seek out Proofs,
is an insidious folly ultimately to be remanded to the forgotten dusty wastecan of history.

The basis in Fact is not considered, when wild propaganda is heralded about as
though it is a new revelation, such as "terrorists want peace". Such folly.

Here are the Facts.

1. Pro-Muslim countries, one and all despise the Jewish Nation. They are hated because
of a refusal to bow to the Quran, nothing more. In fact Jews state succincly, Muhammed
is wrong.History is replete with innocent bloodshed upon Jewish villages by Muhammed.

2. The Palestinian people are not native to the West bank, or Gaza, they are refugees from other countries.

3. Israel has offered several times large land blocks to them, and Hamas and Fatah did not accept them.

4. Hamas, Fatah, Iran, Syria, all want only one thing. They want all the present land from the Mediteranian Sea, to Jordan. They want no Jewish man , woman, or child there, forever.

Now, these are the facts, based upon the virulent written, and oral statements by leaders addressed above, of which to this day they stand by.

Empirical Evidence, is plain, and clear.

My question therefore is this,"Why should Israel seek negotiation with any palestinian faction, however presumptious, who is evidently not sincere ?"

Would the USA give parts of Texas to the Mexican Cartel ? Would Saudi Arabia give
Israel a section of oil producing land ? Don't insult my intelligence with arguments which
cannot be held under the gaze of illuminated truth.

If Islam would seek proofs, from the Quran on down, they would discover many
discrepancies, such as Murder as justified, a violation of every man's conscience.
If men would seek proofs, they would not, or could not become the bloodthirsty
agents of Islam. As the great prophet, Isaiah so succinctly put it,

"Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool."

The need for honesty is lacking in the Obama administration, as they are seeking a notch on their belt,the peace process, not the benefit of all involved. It is a sad day here in America that we have elected a palpably dishonest president.

Israel will be left alone, internationally, both by europe and the USA; but yet remain standing when the prophets
are fulfilled. It is shameful for America to forsake such an ally, but will indeed occur.

Submitting....

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