Islamic Illusion of a True Peace just coming on Stage!

Islamic Illusion of a True Peace now coming on Stage

Muslim Magicians Talk to keep Our Eyes off Their Hands

Which are preparing audience for what lies under the Veil

When Islamic illusionists finally whisk away what is Covered

We Will See it as a False Peace Veil hiding Sudden Destruction

I Guesstimate Will Begin at Some Point between 2010 and 2015

July 30, 2008

The Golan Heights is the most valuable piece of real estate in the Israeli

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alert system to provide information of pre-attack possibilities on the part of Islamic forces against Israel. I have taken many to the top of Mount Herman on the ski lift to show them the great strategic military value of the Golan Height in the prevention of a sneak attack on Israel. Being a graduate of the MAC Military Academy, I can assure you it would be a great military blunder to give it back to Syria.

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I Thessalonians 5:3,4 – For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.

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[4] But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief.

Please Consider the following excerpt from the Ariel Center for Policy Research


Yoram Ettinger

Policy Paper No.

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108, 2000

Executive Summary

Wishful-thinking, oversimplification and ignorance of the Middle East arena – its threats and resulting security requirements – have colluded in the promotion of the Golan Heights Giveaway policy.

The following policy paper is based on a series of twenty full page advertisements, published by the Ariel Center For Policy Research (ACPR) in the Israeli daily Ha’aretz. The aim of the policy paper is to educate the public, policymakers and public opinion molders, in Israel and the US, on the critical role played by the Golan Heights in the shaping of the history of the Jewish state and in the securing of its survival.

In fact, the key elements, which highlight the centrality of the Golan Heights in the national security policy of Israel, also apply to the mountain ridges of Judea & Samaria, which are located at a much more strategically sensitive location than are the Golan Heights.

The military importance of the Golan Heights has increased during recent years precisely because of the advent of ballistic technologies. The 1991 Gulf War, and the proliferation of US military bases and installations throughout the globe, attest to the critical role played by topographic edge, geographic depth and strategic location in the bolstering of one’s national security.

While most advanced high-tech military and early-warning systems enhance the capabilities of one’s military forces, they cannot replace the unique contribution of a vital territory. The high-tech of today is bound to become the low-tech of tomorrow, but the high ground of today remains the high ground of tomorrow! Israel’s neighbors may be able to acquire superior technological systems, but they cannot produce a replica of the mountain ridges of the Golan Heights and Judea & Samaria. No sophisticated military system is immune to jamming, but no one can jam a topographical edge!

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The importance of the Golan Heights to Israel’s national security hinges on the eastern mountain ridge, stretching between Mount Hermon in the north and the steep canyon of the Rokad River in the south, which constitutes a most effective natural tank barrier. The control of this mountain ridge enabled 177 Israeli tanks to fend off the surprise offensive of 1,400 Syrian tanks during the 1973 Yom Kippur War. A withdrawal from that natural tank barrier would deny Israel the key strategic benefit of the Golan Heights, exposing the Jewish state to lethal threats!

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A withdrawal from that mountain ridge, which is located 35 miles from Damascus, would deprive Israel of a most effective posture of deterrence, which would induce further hostilities in the region.

Some Israelis have been impressed by the promise of US security guarantees, or a defense pact, offered in exchange for the Golan Heights. However, an examination of the track record of security guarantees issued by the US, and by previous global powers, demonstrates that they do not possess automaticity or specificity as far as implementation. The vast majority of security guarantees have not been implemented!

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The US issued a presidential (Executive) guarantee in 1957 in order to coax Israel into a full withdrawal from the Sinai Peninsula.

However, American failure to implement the guarantees, when Egypt, Syria and Jordan declared a war on Israel in 1967, was a trigger for the Six Day War.

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Security guarantees have not constituted a credible insurance policy. Rather, they have produced a dangerous delusion, sacrificing long-term national security on the altar of a short-lived false sense of security.

The eastern mountain ridge of the Golan Heights constitutes the watershed of the Lake of Galilee, which provides Israel with 30% of its water. A Syrian control of the watershed would contaminate the lake, and could enable Damascus to divert the sources of the lake.

Syrian promises to supply Israel with adequate quantity and quality of water, and to refrain from any offensive initiatives, should be examined against the backdrop of Damascus’ track record as a serial violator of commitments to Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Israel. Syrian commitments are not carved in stone, they are carved in ice!

Moreover, the assessment that Syria has launched a strategy of peace should be assessed against the background of the absence of comprehensive peace between Syria and each of its Muslim neighbors.

Would it then be logical to assume that Syria would share with the Jewish state that which it has denied its Muslim neighbors?! Would it be logical to assume that Syria – a leader of international narco-terrorism, a chief abuser of human rights, a brutal occupier of Lebanon, a proliferator of military systems of mass destruction, an anti-Jewish and anti-Israel inciter, a host of Nazi war criminals and a holocaust denier – seeks peace with its Jewish neighbor?!

Why is the US cutting its nose to spite its face?! US interests have been best served by a more constrained Syria. However, a Golan Giveaway would transform Syria into a less-constrained country, dedicating more military resources toward its regional ambitions, which have historically upset regional stability, undermining the stability of pro-US regimes, such as Turkey, Jordan and the Gulf States.

Finally, the Golan Heights has always been an integral part of the Jewish Commonwealth. For instance, Moses controlled the Golan Heights (biblical Bashan), assigning it to the tribe of Menashe. The Great Uprising against the Roman Empire featured the battle of Gamla on the Golan Heights, which was at least as heroic as the battle of Masada!

Jewish attempts to resettle the Golan Heights took place during the 19th century and have been accelerated since 1967.

No People should determine the future of the Golan Heights without the grasp of critical facts. Rather than wishful thinking, oversimplification and ignorance, this policy paper promotes realism and acquaintance with the facts, which are the prerequisites for a sound policy-making and for a thoughtful vote cast by the electorate.

Begin Excerpt 1 from Jerusalem Post

‘Israeli-Syrian talks end positively’

July 30, 2008 staff and ap , THE JERUSALEM POST

“The fourth round [of Turkish-mediated Israeli-Syrian talks] has ended. It was positive. The fifth round will be in mid August, and again indirect,” the Reuters news agency quoted a senior source close to

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the talks held in Istanbul, Wednesday.

A Turkish official said also that delegations from Syria and Israel have agreed to hold more indirect peace talks in the future, with Turkey’s help.

The official said the delegations ended their fourth round of Turkish-mediated talks in Istanbul on Wednesday and agreed to hold more in the coming months. The Turkish mediators travel between negotiators from both sides who stay in separate hotels.

The official said the latest round of talks was “constructive and positive,” but there has been no agreement on moving toward direct negotiations. The official, who is in contact with Turkish mediators, spoke on condition of anonymity because the talks are private.

The latest round of indirect Israeli-Syrian talks began in May.

Previous negotiations between them broke down in 2000.

Israeli officials have been pressing for direct talks from the start of the negotiations in Turkey.

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On Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert urged Syria to make a strategic choice between peace and isolation.

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Olmert said the process in Turkey would eventually reach a point where Syria has to choose “between the Iranian grip, partnership in the axis of evil and international isolation, or peace, economic prosperity and a place among the family of nations.”

Begin Excerpt 2 from Arutz Sheva

Olmert Ready to Give Away Golan in Exchange for Direct Talks

27 Tammuz 5768, 30 July 08 07:01

by Ze’ev Ben-Yechiel

( Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has told Damascus that he is prepared to cede the Golan to Syria in exchange for Syria’ s agreement to enter into direct talk

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s with Israel, according to sources in the Knesset.

The sources from the opposition parties told Army Radio Wednesday morning that Olmert is wiling to make “painful concessions” in order to promote negotiations between the two countries.

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The sources did not specify what, if anything, Olmert asked the Syrians to sacrifice on their part.

According to the report, Olmert promised Damascus that Israel would withdraw from the Golan Heights on the sole condition that the Syrians would agree to direct talks between the two governments, including a discussion on cutting ties with Iran, Hizbullah and Hamas.

The Prime Minister’s Office denied the claims. Officials for the PM said that Olmert has not made any promises to Damascus.

Meanwhile, according to MK Yisrael Katz (Likud), the Syrians have agreed to direct talks with Israel on the condition that Israel gives them the Golan Heights in advance.

Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni criticized Olmert Tuesday, saying that he would easily give up too much Israeli land without appropriate concessions from the other side. Livni pointed out that there are “issues regarding negotiations with Syria that still require internal planning.”

The FM’s remarks came the same day that Olmert declared a willingness to present Syria with a “true alternative” to partnership with Iran and Hizbullah.

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Olmert also expressed his desire that the ongoing indirect talks become direct talks “at a certain stage.”

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