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To: Eleutheria5

Netanyahu’s speech was firm. He said “no!” to the president of the United States. Politicians don’t have the same luxury that columnists do. They must at times straddle the line, especially when speaking in a foreign country. Netanyahu crossed that line for the good of Israel.

Unfortunately this whole Middle East feud is not about land but about a deep hatred for the Jews that has spanned centuries. There will never be a lasting peace between these two factions until the Lord returns. Any nation, group, or individual that sticks their noses in there, no matter how sincere their motivation, will suffer the consequences.


4 posted on 05/25/2011 3:33:34 PM PDT by Bed_Zeppelin
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To: Bed_Zeppelin

“Netanyahu’s speech was firm. He said “no!” to the president of the United States. “

He already said “no” with regards to Jerusalem. With regards to Judah and Shomron, he has to work on being unequivocal and withdrawing some previous offers, not making new ones.

For a crude analogy, a girl who won’t go all the way but will go down on her knees for a hummer if you pay her enough is still a whore, even though she keeps her technical virginity regardless, and even though the john didn’t want to pay that much and walked away.


5 posted on 05/25/2011 4:09:54 PM PDT by Eleutheria5 (End the occupation. Annex today.)
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