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Response to Gary Frankford

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

Submitted by Dvora (United States), Aug 14, 2005 at 14:12

Your comment is "the" best I have read, so far, on this Board.

You have thought of more than I myself, and you in some way, have made me feel somewhat better, about the current landgrab in Gaza. Since this disengagement was announced, I have been deluged with responses from Gaza Residents, personally, who are totally against the disengagement plan, to quite the other extreme, where they had spoken of ... Prime Minister Sharon.

I was and am and will always be, against Jews killing Jews. I found that revelation frightening, because there is some hope in me, based on the History of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, that he did not suddenly jump ship, and decide to sell out the Jewish Nation, OUR Jewish Nation, and Prime Minister Sharon is a man few can discern his next move. No matter what I see, or hear, I know his History, and though I realize that I may not know his next step, and though I do not agree with pulling out of Gaza, I equally do not wish to see turmoil or grief from the Residents in Gaza, who have a strong Jewish presence there. My empathy for their loss is in full gear, and like you, I ponder the next situation, and or reaction within Israel, and in Palestinian Terror-tories, as one that will only get worse.

This time, more expeditiously than in the past. I believe the politico-terror machine within these Terror-tories are on some type of time regiment, which none of us know. I say this because of their current behavior patterns, and because I believe the majority to be affected personalities within Palestinian Terror-tories, I believe Gaza will become the newest hotbed of sociopathy and true to the nature of this personality affectation, they will attack, then swarm, Israel. Once that is complete, Americans in the Middle East, as well as at home, will experience the same fate. The battle field will be Jerusalem. It will be both the beginning and possibly the end.

There is no Peace without Victory and no Victory without War. War is inevitable.

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