The dark forces are uniting - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Brod
    • 04.06.07 | 04:57 (IDT)

    Those who think there is a divide among the dark forces are naive or do not know anything about Islamist Jihadism. It is time they spend time reading books on the dark forces by such brilliant experts as Mark A. Gabriel, PhD, Dore Gold, PhD, Daniel Pipes, PhD, Gregory M. Davis, PhD, Brigitte Gabriel, Oriana Fallaci, Steven Emerson, Robert Spencer, Gerald Posner, Kenneth R. Timmerman, Colonel David Hunt, Walid Shoebat, Robert Baer and Hal Lindsey. The fact is there is NO divide among the dark forces. They all share the same religion in Jihadism. They are all hellbent on the domination of non-Islamist countries. Egypt's move shows that the Peace Treaty with Israel that Sadat died for was just a ploy to get Israel to give them land. They still support Hamas and Iran who are hellbent on the destruction of Israel. All the dark forces' countries in the Middle East have been indoctrinted with the same goal. It is time for Israel to never be fooled into any peace crap to Hell.

    from the article: Iran and Egypt to hold talks on restoring full diplomatic ties
    First published 00:00 04.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 04.06.07
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