Inevitable War with PA in the South, Plus Hizbullah and Syria in the North!

Inevitable War with PA in the South, plus Hizbullah and Syria in the North!

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April 26, 2007

Every parameter seems to be headed toward a single conclusion – War is inevitable between Israel and her Islamic cousins. It was destined to be a final war between the two races that came out of Abraham’s two sons – Ishmael, his firstborn born after the flesh, and Isaac, his second son, born after the Spirit.

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The “mocking” of Genesis 21:9 is said to be “persecution” in Galatians 4:29, and indicated as still occurring by the words, “even as it is now.”

Genesis 21:8-10 – And the child grew, and was weaned: and Abraham made a great feast the same day that Isaac was weaned. [9] And Sarah saw the son of Hagar the Egyptian, which she had born unto Abraham, mocking. [10] Wherefore she said unto Abraham, Cast out this bondwoman and her son: for the son of this bondwoman shall not be heir with my son, even with Isaac.

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Galatians 4:28-30 – Now we, brethren, as Isaac was, are the children of promise. [29] But as then he that was born after the flesh persecuted him that was born after the Spirit, even so it is now. [30] Nevertheless what saith the scripture

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? Cast out the bondwoman and her son: for the son of the bondwoman shall not be heir with the son of the free woman.

The first article from Haaretz covers the inevitable confrontation from a military perspective. The second article crosses over many obvious premises to one on the opposite end of the inevitable spectrum, namely, the existence of a perpetual irritant – eternal support of a Palestinian welfare state. Palestine, under the governments of Arab conquerors was a barren waste, economically filled with a poor, hungry population ruled by a rich despotic few, with rare exception. The land flourishes when the Jews possess it, and dries up when the Arabs govern it. There must inevitably be a war because ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’ must clash one day, particularly when the countries around them are of the same race and, by comparison, are ‘haves.’ Even though many of the Arab states are ruled by tyrants, (who would love to get all the Palestinian refugees back into Israel out of their countries), their refugee occupants are, by and large, better off economically than the Palestinians governed by the Palestinian Authority in Israel.

The West has supplied the PA with a huge regular inflow of welfare currency to pay their governmental employees and provide the essential elements of social daily life. This has been going on since the PA came into existence, increasing in magnitude with each passing year. When Hamas became the ruling faction in the PA, most of the West cut out the huge welfare flow of cash. If it is reinstated, with the Hamas controll

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ing distribution of it, this will be one of the greatest mistakes the West has made.

Please realize that the second article is written from an anti-American perspective that blames everything on us and Israel.

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Begin Haaretz Article

ANALYSIS: Military confrontation with Hamas in Gaza is inevitable

April 25, 2007


By Amos Harel and Avi Issacharoff

From Israel’s perspective, the timing of Hamas’ attack on southern Israel on Monday was problematic. With the government and army virtually paralyzed by fear of the upcoming publication of the Winograd Committee’s report, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert cannot easily order a harsh reprisal in Gaza.

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And this time, good intelligence and the army’s preparedness foiled what was apparently another kidnapping attempt, which ostensibly enables Olmert to make do with a limited response.

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Yet the premier must ask himself whether this would not be a mistake. Just as Hamas did in its kidnapping of Gilad Shalit last June, the organization, or parts of it, is signaling that all its promises of a cease-fire are nonbinding. Since Hamas agreed to the cease-fire in Gaza, more than 200 Qassam rockets have been fired at Israel from Gaza and some 50 bombs have been planted along the border fence. Hamas’ military wing was involved in many of these attacks.

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On the tactical level, the lessons of Shalit’s kidnapping were learned: For instance, the army is now allowed to penetrate a few hundred meters into Gaza in order to thwart kidnappings.

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Yet it must be remembered that last July’s kidnapping of two soldiers along the northern border by Hezbollah was preceded by many attempted kidnappings that Israel successfully foiled; it was Israel’s muted response to these attempts that convinced Hezbollah

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that it would only pay a minimal price for a successful abduction.

Unlike its response to previous thwarted kidnappings, the army refrained from celebrating on Monday.

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This was partly due to the two successful abductions that occurred last year, but also to awareness that a major escalation in Gaza is likely relatively soon.

Olmert will remain unenthusiastic about a large-scale operation in Gaza even after the Winograd report is published. But for years, Israel’s response to Palestinian attacks has been based on one thing only: the attacks’ results. A successful kidnapping, or a Qassam rocket that causes multiple deaths, will hasten the decision to act.

Olmert is well acquainted with the situation assessment of GOC Southern Command Yoav Galant: that a military confrontation with Hamas is inevitable. The organization’s ideology, its ongoing attacks and its military buildup in Gaza all lead to this conclusion. And from Israel’s perspective, Galant believes, the sooner the better, before Hamas’ military might grows any further.

Meanwhile, the army is preparing, and on a scale that some liken to the preparations preceding the first Lebanon War in 1982. In Israel, such preparations tend to be self-fulfilling prophecies.

Hamas’ claim of responsibility for Monday’s rocket and mortar fire was unusual. Since November, it has refrained from such announcements. This time, Hamas was apparently motivated by a desire to regain its fighting image in the eyes of the Palestinian public. Its statement even exaggerated the number of rockets and missiles fired. The attack was apparently timed for Independence Day to maximize its effect.

Palestinian security officials on Monday claimed that Hamas deliberately aimed at open areas, in order to prevent a massive Israeli response, but fired enough rockets to create the impression that it is once again leading the fight and to divert attention from the failures of the new Palestinian unity government.

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This government has not managed to end the bloody gang wars in Gaza, nor has it ended the Hamas-Fatah rivalry: Both sides are busily arming and recruiting in preparation for renewed infighting. It seems the only thing that can save the Gazans from civil war is a large-scale Israeli military operation.

End Haaretz Article

Begin Gulf News Archive Article of March 5, 2006


05/10/2006 09:47 PM | By Duraid Al Baik, Foreign Editor

Today may be May 10, 2006, for those who follow the Gregorian calendar, but it is March 71 for the 160,000 employees in the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) who have yet to receive their March salaries! The US is punishing the Palestinians who have no option but to continue to work and suffer under strange American standards.

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There is no sign that the long month of March will come to an end for the Palestinian employees. Nor when it finally does is there any indication of how long April will turn out to be. We will have to wait and watch the dramatic changes in calendar dates being enforced by the US.

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And speaking about dates, some pessimistic Palestinians believe the US might also choose to set a zero date for eliminating the existence of Palestine as a nation on this earth.

The American administration is not too happy with the outcome of democracy in Palestine and they may choose to express their irritation in a manner that suits them.

Anything is possible in this unipolar world after the US decided to stop aid to Palestine in the aftermath of Hamas assuming power a decision that been abided by EU countries and the rest

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of the world including the 21 member countries of the Arab League.

However, this is not the first time the US has demonstrated its unlimited power in manipulating the fate of the Palestinians. For those who remember, the US failed to enforce the 2005 date set for establishing an independent Palestinian state as promised by President George W. Bush following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.


For many Palestinians and freedom lovers around the world, the ability and the willingness of Washington to fulfil its promises have failed to materialise.

The problem of the 160,000 government employees in Palestine, who constitute more than 20 per cent of the total work force, is not just a simple delay of their salaries.

This they can deal with through their credit cards, a bank overdraft facility, or for the less privileged perhaps the use of post-dated cheques to their neighbourhood groceries. The issue of salary delay affects the economy which depends to a great extent on money circulation for its growth.

The Palestinian economy is passing through difficult times and things could get worse because none of the various sectors can function properly if government employees are not paid. Even fruit and vegetable vendors in Gaza who used to roam the streets selling

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their produce are now sitting idle waiting for the US to allow donors to transfer the salaries of employees to the banks.

The little hope that rose during Mahmoud Abbas’s visit to France has faded away after the parties involved realised that Jacques Chirac’s proposal to pay the PNA employees through the presidential institution instead of paying them directly through a government led by Hamas is not workable, and is illegal according to the Palestinian Constitution.

The current financial embargo imposed by the US against the Palestinians and enforced by the rest of the world suggests that the American administration is either waiting for the employees to revolt against Hamas and wreck a democratically elected government or for Hamas to recognise Israel while the latter can continue to kill Palestinians wherever and whenever it wants.

However, the US administration should know that none of the above options will work with Hamas and the Palestinian people, and the deadlock it has created in the region should be resolved quickly lest it explodes out of control. The current situation in Palestine is a recipe for disaster that will break out as soon as the people realise there will be no end to March.

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