October 10, 2006, - 10:42 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Nothing. Does this sound like a fair trade to you?:
2 Israeli soldiers are kidnapped and many more are killed by Hezbollah terrorists. Meanwhile, rockets continue to be shelled over Israel by Hezbollah, as they have been for over a decade.
Israel invades. Israel leaves.
Now, Israel gives Lebanon maps of minefields it has laid in Lebanon for over the last two decades. That took place, yesterday.
In return, Israel gets continued shelling and NO return of the two Israeli soldiers–we don’t even know whether they are alive or dead. And Israel is considering soon turning over a host of Palestinian and Hezbollah terrorists, setting them free. And it will likely give the Shebaa Farms portion of Northern Israel (in the Golan Heights) to the Syrians.
Can you imagine us giving to Al-Qaeda everything? All of their prisoners at Gitmo. All of their terrorists in American jails, like the blind cleric (Sheikh Omar Abdul Rahman, who helped foment the ’93 WTC attack) and Sami Al-Arian, Islamic Jihad’s frontman who helped murder hundreds, including American college student Alisa Flatow.
Can you imagine us giving Al-Qaeda everything, and yet terrorist attacks continue, and soldiers and other Americans now being held hostage in Iraq are not returned?
Can you imagine us giving Al-Qaeda some northern states, like Minnesota and Washington and New York (after we’ve already given them western and eastern ones, like California, New Jersey, and Georgia)?
That’s what Israel is doing. At our and the U.N.’s behest.
And you wonder why the terrorists are winning. Because Westerners and Western allied forces, like the Israel Defense Forces, are throwing in the towel. And handing them victory.
Tags: Abdul Rahman, al-Qaeda, Alisa Flatow, blind cleric, California, Debbie Schlussel Nothing, Georgia, Golan Heights, Hizballah, Iraq, Islamic Jihad, Islamic Republic of Iran, Israel, Israel Defense Forces, Israel Gets, Khomeini Can, Lebanon, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Omar Abdul, Sami Al-Arian, United Nations, Washington