September 26, 2006

Blame Israel First

You’ve just got to love the rationalization for why the victim of aggression is the bad actor.

After 33 days of blowing up all major roads, bridges and airports in southern Lebanon, Israeli soldier Gil Ovadia's commander told his troops to be prepared to come back soon and fight again.

The Israeli public still criticizes Olmert's government for not doing enough damage. Uri Avnery, a Jewish writer stated, "If one wants to become prime minister of Israel, one has to walk over dead bodies."

Last month, Rabbi Dov Lior of the Yesha Council of Rabbis announced, "There are no innocent parties in a time of war. Rather, one must battle a bellicose city until it is captured." It gives us a clear picture of who is the warmonger here.

Certainly this mind set of disregarding the lives and property of one's neighbors is Israel's real problem and not that of the people of Lebanon and Palestine.
"We did not think that there was a 1 percent chance that the capturing would lead to a war of this scale and magnitude," admitted Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah, leader of Hezbollah.

So what we have here is an argument that when Israel faces attack from terrorists across international borders, it may not respond to the violation of international law and is immoral if it does so. Lebanon’s failure to control its territory, its borders, and the terrorists that operate within it (and which are part of its government) is irrelevant to this apologist for terrorism. All that matters is that Israel responded to the provocations of Hezbollah – the Party of (false) God.

Which leads us, of course, to this astounding assertion.

What makes a nation successful is not its power to kill and bring misery to the world, but its ability to bring comfort to our fellow human beings. Israel should realize its aggression and arrogance only fuel more hate, isolation and resistance. People won't forget that they are living under military occupation or that they have been living in refugee camps for six decades.

After six decades of failing to engage in civil discourse with its neighbors, it's time for Israelis to think of a new strategy for survival.

If the Israelis want to live in that neighborhood in peace and security, they better humble themselves and make some courageous changes in the Zionist political culture.

For six decades, Israel has sought peace with its neighbors. It has been the victim of repeated acts of aggression by those neighbors during that time. Israel is willing to negotiate with those who seek peace, but will defend itself vigorously from those who seek its destruction and those who provide them save haven. It is not Israel that needs to change, but rather it is the Arab/Muslim mindset that demands more Jewish blood be spilled.

Oh, yes, and one other thing, commented upon by Golda Meir decades ago – for the enemies of Israel to decide they love their children more than they hate the Jews.

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Israel IS a terror state in occupation of the West Bank and Samaria for a generation after being ordered off it by UN resolutions. administrator Justin Raimondo, gave a small scale  analogy for those who excuse Israeli barbarism in Lebanon. The same people would believe if they had their wallet taken while standing at the front of a crowded bus, they would have a right to trample violently on everyone  in their path while chasing the thief  to the back of the bus, breaking bones or worse along the way.

Extrapolate to actual lives lost in Lebanon due to wanton Zionist overraction, and you get the comparison.

|| Posted by Ken Hoop, September 27, 2006 05:32 PM ||

The UN, having failed to enforce its initial resolutions regarding the Holy Land, has no moral authority to act in the region today.

And the Arabs, having rejected the authority of the UN to determine the future of the region, have no moral basis for claiming that Israel must obey the UN today.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, September 27, 2006 06:46 PM ||

Oh, and by the way, the only problem with the ccasualty count in Lebanon is that it was significantly less than 50% of what it needed to be to break the back of Hiz-jizzbag, the Party of the False God.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, September 27, 2006 06:47 PM ||

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|| Posted by ldvobe, October 20, 2008 11:37 AM ||
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