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August 12, 2003

Deja Vu all over again

This looks vaguely familiar.

Let's see. Israel commits to the Peace Process, makes risky concessions, and tries to get along.

The Palestinians respond by blowing up Jews.

Why is this happening? Shouldn't we be seeing just a teensy bit of progress towards peaceful co-existence in that region? How are groups like Hamas still able to operate in Palestinian territory?

The answer, of course, is that the Peace Process is nothing more than a sham. A fraud. A figment of Kofi Annan's fertile imagination. It is the diplomatic offensive in the slow war of extermination being waged by the PLO and other extremists against Israel. Yasser Arafat is still in charge; he still runs the show, calls the shots, supervises the war. And the world's diplomats still refuse to see what is painfully obvious to everyone else: There will be no peace until Arafat and his cronies are dead and their terrorist infrastructure destroyed.

Of course, hope springs eternal. The Bush Administration will continue to pour time and effort down the rat hole, in hopes that something does the trick. But you can't turn bloodthirsty killers into democrats. The war will continue, until Israel or the PLO is dead.

I hate to say it, but right now things don't look good for the Jews.

Posted by Captain Holly at August 12, 2003 01:43 PM | TrackBack
Comments
Holly, go read Imshin or Gil or Tal and cheer yourself up. Doesn't matter that things don't look good; right now, the whole effing Arab world could pile on Israel and she'd beat them back yet again. Israel isn't going anywhere. Posted by: Meryl Yourish at August 13, 2003 08:58 PM
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