Israel, Time to Stand Up and Show some Steel - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Steve S
    • 21.04.10 | 18:24 (IDT)

    Israel is completely right to ignore the protestations and Muslim-drift of the Obviously Socialist/Marxist Obamah Presidency. With only a little more then two and a half years before a new American President will be elected, Israel needs to take more command of the situation. Peace on Muslim terms is Ridiculous and absurd. If the arabs want peace then they need to concede a LOT More to Israel. The Jewish State has already offered far more then the arabs deserve. Israel needs to control their arabs with all the force necessary to maintain peace in Israel. Also with Syria arming Hezbullah with Scuds missiles; SYRIA is now Inherently admitting: "We realize this correctly places the Center of Damascus; and all it's infastructure, right in the Crosshairs of a Retaliatory strike." "Should our Syrian supplied missiles to terrorist groups ever be used against the Jewish State."

    from the article: Israel has ample reason to worry in its 63rd year
    First published 01:31 21.04.10 | Last updated 06:46 21.04.10
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