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Disengagement plan is beginning of Destruction of State of Israel

Reader comment on item: "Today Gaza, Tomorrow Jerusalem"

Submitted by Eli (United Kingdom), Aug 11, 2005 at 07:27

The Palestinians have admitted, that this disengagement plan is only the beginning of Israel's withdrawal of Palestinian territories, Jerusalem is their goal, not because they believe Jerusalem to be their head quarters (which is not) but because they want the destruction of the capital of the Jewish state. Arafat lied to his people, and of course to the world, but the current Palestinian leadership has not lied about their true intentions; to get back the land of "Palestine" and to demolish the Zionist-crusader state.

Ariel Sharon went to the White House and was promised to have his name in History for being one of Bush's closest allies, who pushed forward to bringing peace to the middle east!? Or was it that he was threatened by black-mail, for not continuing to do as he was told, maybe then the Israelis will stop receiving their financial-military help.. that would be a tragedy in Sharon's eyes, but now he's completely lost his eyes.. He can't see what's going on, if the Palestinian President urged all Palestinians to "behave" during the Disengagement, then why couldn't he do the same during the Intifada? Ah right, because of Arafat, so why can't he now fight terrorism among his people and beg them to keep the peace, why? Because that wouldn't be good for the Palestinian cause!
This Middle East is heading for disaster, Al-Quida and the Hizballa are spread world-wide, but their radical ideology is caused by the situation in Israel, Terrorism will never stop, but it has to be reduced, otherwise…

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