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If Only You Were A Statesman

Reader comment on item: Middle Eastern Upheavals and Immigration to Israel

Submitted by Jay1 (United States), Mar 17, 2012 at 11:43

Dr Pipes' well timed assessment of the region caught the ears of Israeli statesmen and listeners. No doubt the conclusions drawn are that in most surrounds of Israel, -Islamists, Arab immigration to Israel ,and the unknown, are where the winds are blowing. One who wishes Israel's demographics well, would hope their borders are well fenced and monitored immediately. No time to loose. One who also wishes Israel strategically well, might also key into one subject and timing. For in Syria,a monster of a monster is loose, aligned with Hezbollah and Iran, carefully killing all that they can. Their good at it. The Golan Heights, a strategic giant, has now been in Israels battle won possession, longer than it was in -line drawn Syria. The events of the day are in theory, ripe, -for the Golan Heights to be internationally recognized as Israels, not Syria's.Truly a perfect behavioral response (for now), to the torturous lingering Assad regime. Dr Pipes is an excellent analyst . If only you were a statesman.


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