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Why there is no peace between Palestine and Israel

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It’s simple really, and I look to history.

The reason? There has never been an instrument of surrender which has been signed between the two. You can draw the thread out from that.

The proxy war fought via Iran will end only when the ability to wage that war has been removed. The ability to collect and use weapons, the supportive will of the people and the government must be removed by any means possible.

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Written by Ben

January 4, 2009 at 8:46 am

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  1. That’s what Israel is finally doing, removing HAMAS’ ability to collect and use weaponry – by the only means left available.

    jonolan

    January 4, 2009 at 8:58 am

  2. Agreed but it must not stop there.

    HAMAS will never live in peace within Gaza as long as Israel exists as a state and its people draw breath from the air of that region. Not now. Not even a thousand years from now.

    HAMAS advances the agenda of Iran, which has stated on many occasions it desires to see Israel wiped off the map and its people dispersed back into Europe. As long as HAMAS and the Iranian agenda exist there will never be a lasting and meaningful peace for either side.

    A decisive and unarguable defeat must be given to HAMAS, its ideology and its sponsors with the goal of obtaining a signed instrument of surrender. Only then can a sovereign Palestine exist.

    Just as in World War II Germany and Japan, it is not the country which ultimately must be destroyed, it is its ideology and the leadership which advances it.

    Ben

    January 4, 2009 at 9:23 am

  3. LOL I was euphemistically referring to a total destruction of HAMAS in my comment. Eradicating them is the only way of “removing HAMAS’ ability to collect and use weaponry.”

    jonolan

    January 4, 2009 at 3:35 pm


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