The Peace of Saladin - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • mtlonewolf
    • 20.06.10 | 16:47 (IDT)

    You are so very right. The 2 charters are as clear and forthright as they could possibly be...to eradicate Israel in it's entirety. Since there has been no revocation of their charters, their purpose still remains and is widely supported in the other 22 Arabic nations, especially by the more radical and hostile elements...let's call them terrorists for simplicity's sake. I can't help but wonder why no one has dealt with the concept of the "Peace of Saladin" that Yasser Arafat loved to invoke so readily in front of his audiences. Does no one realize what the Peace of Saladin was...or is meant to be? Plain and simple...it is a peace that is based on subterfuge and duplicity and guile. It is, in fact, no peace at all, but rather meant to lull the nation into a false sense of security, and then strike when the moment is right. That moment would be the completion of the goal of the PLO and Hamas charters...no more Israel and a 23rd Arabic Islamic dictatorship. People are so naive and gullible, but the Arab audience understands the goals and ends full well.

    from the article: Israel would lift blockade if Gaza turned to peace, Peres says
    First published 11:31 20.06.10 | Last updated 11:31 20.06.10
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