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No land should be given to Palestinians!!!

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Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Nov 3, 2007 at 15:45

Hello Kattey,

I certainly did not mean to give up more territory to the Palestinians when I said "show of good faith" (!) - I'm hoping Annapolis will produce nothing, that is, neither side will end up agreed on anything.

What I meant by "show of good faith" regarding up-coming "peace talks" in Annapolis is that the current U.S. administration might be putting on a show; the Palestinian track record gives us a good idea of what happens after "peace talks" when Palestinians don't get their way. More aggression and violence from them. That would pave the way for, and hopefully initiate a campaign from Israel, with the U.S. backing them, to take a hard line against Hamas and the Palestinian cause, at last, once and for all; and the U.S. and Israel can state that they tried to come to a solution of Israel-Palestinian conflict through diplomatic means (at Anapolis); and it didn't work.

Even as we speak (or write), kassam rockets are being fired from Palestinians into Israel, wounding and killing innocent Israelies. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/122529

THIS MUST STOP.

It's my opinion Palestinians have demonstrated though their own actions that there should never be a Palestinian state.

President Bush used to say he believed in the possibility of "a peaceful Palestinian State existing alongside Israel". I've noticed he's stopped saying that.

King Hussein of Jordan had to kick the PLO's ass in his own country (known as "Black September", 1970), tens of thousands died during that conflict. Today 70% of Jordan is Palestinian. But the PLO, or any other Palestinian-based terrorist group, will now think twice about rising up against the Jordinian government (by the way, the U.S. helped King Hussien on that one).

Though many would dissagree, I think Israel's decimation of southern Lebanon (a breeding ground for Hezbollah) last summer helped Israel very much. Lebanon's government has since realized a new "incentive" to control Hezbolla themselves.

Again, I hope the "failure" of the Annapolis meeting will facilitate, at last, a STRONG military campaign on the part of Israel against the Palestinians. If Syria, Iran, Hezbolla, Hamas, increase their aggression towards Israel, so be it. The U.S. would come to Israel's side under President Bush.

Don't forget what President Bush said, more than once, during last summer's Israel - Lebanon (Hezbolla) war. "ISRAEL HAS THE RIGHT TO DEFEND HERSELF".

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