Tuesday, December 05, 2006
If someone threatens someone you care about with murder, how would you respond? (a) Do whatever you can to stop that person, even if it means killing him. Or: (b) Mortally wound your loved one and leave him for dead.
Well, by the looks of this column by Caroline Glick, it would appear that President Bush and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert have both chosen (b), to mortally wound Israel and leave her for dead.
Bush and Olmert's acceptance -- treasonous, if true, to the cause of the lives and freedom of those they have sworn to protect -- of Saudi Arabia as a "peace broker" in the Middle East will do nothing but subject Israel to a long, drawn-out, and even more merciless death than it would suffer at the hands of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
And not only will it save Ahmadinejad the trouble of nuking Israel, it will have made that "option" look humane for quickness by the time it is finished.
While Saturday found the Palestinian Authority's Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh meeting in Teheran with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and applauding his plan to annihilate Israel, Olmert decided Sunday that, in the interest of peace with the Palestinians he would forbid the IDF from attacking terrorists positions in Gaza even if doing so would prevent imminent rocket attacks against the Negev.If this isn't disgusting enough, read the whole thing to discern just how foolish the Saudi "Peace" Plan is, and just what considerations lie behind this incipient treachery -- and ahead of your freedom and your life.
And now, according to Britain's Sunday Times, Saudi Arabia is becoming the "principal peace broker" between Israel and the Palestinians.
Reportedly since meeting in Amman in September with the former Saudi ambassador to the US, Saudi Prince Bandar, Olmert has been seriously considering embracing the so-called Saudi peace plan from 2002. Senior Israeli officials told the Times that the plan, which would establish a Palestinian state, "could lead to a formal peace deal between Israel and seven Arab countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, the Emirates, Morocco and Tunisia."
The 2002 Saudi "peace plan" requires Israel to agree to be overrun by millions of hostile foreign Arabs in the framework of the so-called "Right of Return." Moreover, the text of the initiative, "Assures the rejection of all forms of Palestinian partition which conflict with the special circumstances of the Arab host countries." That is, the Saudi plan prohibits Arab states from granting citizenship to these millions of Arabs and so leaves them no choice other than to destroy Israel.
Saudi Arabia's "peace plan" also demands that Israel surrender east Jerusalem - including the Temple Mount, all of Judea and Samaria, the Jordan Valley and the entire Golan Heights to the Palestinians and the Syrians. This Israeli surrender would enable the formal establishment of a Palestinian terror state. It would also strengthen Iran's principal ally - the Syrian Ba'athist regime.
The Times' report claims that Olmert's speech at [Israeli Founding Father] David Ben Gurion's grave last week where he offered to surrender to Hamas, "was not Olmert's own initiative but a dictate given to him last month when he met George W. Bush and Condoleezza Rice in Washington." The Americans reportedly were acting at the behest of the Saudis who wanted proof that Olmert is truly committed to capitulation.
I am appalled.
Today: Corrected a typo and added a phrase for clarification.