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Reader comment on item: Rethinking the Egypt-Israel "Peace" Treaty

Submitted by Jeff Burke (Canada), Nov 21, 2006 at 14:31

Dr. Pipes

How right you are, but try to convince that to my Pavlovian liberal Jewish family.

The time has come for Israel to do the following:

1) re-invade the SInai ie, "shock and awe"

2) Take control of at least half the territory

3) Force the Egyptian soldiers to march barefoot in the sands

4) Lay down a garland of lethal minefields

I believe that the above is one of the ways to prolong the existence of Israel and this will fully encircle the bloodlust gazonians as well as ending the cross-border transpo of arms to hamas, fatah, etc.. As well as showing the world that Israel is not a beaten wife waiting for her husband to return home.


1) The reaction of the so-called sabras and the suicidal Israeli left

2) Casualties, deaths, cost

3) Public reactions by White House

4) Public Reactions by CNN, NYT, ABCCNNCBCBBCFOX ( as if we care )

5) Public reactions by so-called Jewish Democrats ( "Ben Franklin" Levin, Schumer, Boxer, Feinstein, Feingold)

But given the military investment by Egypt, do you believe it is possible to retake any of the Sinai?


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