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Reader comment on item: Hold Damascus Responsible [for Hezbollah Violence in Southern Lebanon]

Submitted by Dr RJP (United States), Aug 1, 2006 at 11:10

Daniel:

You are correct in citing Syria as the key player in the current Israel-Lebanon conflict -- even though Hezbollah terrorists comprise Iran's proxy army, it is Syria who can put a stranglehold on Hezbollah. Syria must first stop the flow of all munitions and personnel between Syria and Hezbollah. Next, Syria should demand that Hezbollah disarm voluntarily, and when they do not, then they should cut them off from the rest of Lebanon by laying a seige on their back door.

Yet, I just do not see that happening. Not with the rest of the world placating and appeasing Middle Eastern terror groups. The world needs to be hel accountable, too, for applying a double-standard to Israel, on the one hand, and letting terrorists do whatever they want without fear of condemnation on the other.

The world sheds no tears for the deaths of women and children in Israel caused by the Islamofascist Hezbollah regime (for that matter, neither do they mourn for Ethiopian women and children who have been hacked to death by Somalian Islamofascists). BUT, when these same Hezbollah Islamofascists, dressed as civilians, hold hundreds of Lebanese women and children hostage to use them as human shields, and Israeli forces unknowingly kill some of them in attempting to stop Hezbollah rocket attacks on Israeli civilians, Israel gets all of the blame!

Seeing the fire that is burning, Israeli politicians try to put it our by pouring nitroglycerin on it. I am talking, of course, of the building in Qana that collapsed eight hours after Israeli jets struck an area NEAR but NOT DIRECTLY on the building. upon 60 Lebanese women and children secretly held in the basement. Almost immediately, the stupid, media-conscious, self-hating politicians in Israel publically accept the blame laid upon them by their deceitful enemies before all of the "facts" are known or verified (these "facts" were reported to the media by Hezbollah supporters and/or Hezbollah fighters dressed as civilians).

Why, on God's green earth, did Israel feel compelled to apologize for deaths that were obviously not their fault when Arab and Muslim countries sing, dance, and pass out candy every time Israeli women and children are murdered?

The world is to blame because they allow this Muslim debauchery and genocidal bloodlust to go on unabated in Israel, while simultaenously tying the hands of Israel's army and preventing them from exercizing their right to self-defense. The worst offenders can be found among our so-called allies like France. French Prime Minister Dominique de Villipuke announced yesterday that "Iran is a stablizing force in the Middle East." The greatest state sponsor of worldwide terrorism is a "Stabilizing force?" I cannot imagine what great things he thought of Hitler.

It sickens me no end that people in the supposedly enlightened Western world cannot see the writing on the wall (and on their own faces). Should terrorists and their state supporters succeed in destroying Israel, God forbid, then all of the Islamofascists will turn their attention to conquering the rest of the world, bneginning with France. Nobody in Europe took seriously the threat posed by a tiny country like Germany after WWI, but the German fascists proved them dead wrong (very dead) and almost succeeded in fulfilling their dream if ruling the world.

History has a bad habit of repeating itself, and those who do not learn from history are the Europeans and the Arabs, as we watch them repeating the history that began 1,400 years ago and continues today. Once again, the rest of the world fails to identify the real threats to peace and placate those who continue with their plan to destroy them. A few years ago, a poll taken in Europe found that a whopping majority of Europeans believe that Israel is the greatest threat to world peace. I'm sure that another majority believe that Israel is bent on world domination. Well, for a country that has not changed its "borders" in nearly 40 years and has, in fact, reduced them, Israel makes for a really lousy imperialistic, colonial power, don't you think?

If you really want to know what is going on in the world, all you have to do is to take all of the statements that the world makes about Israel and substitute the words, "Islamic fascists" in place of it. In other words, whenever you hear an Islamic fascist (or one of its supporters) say, "Heads!," think "Tails!"

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