Skip to comments.Knesset Member Hanon: Israel Must “Bring Down” Hamas for Lasting Peace
Posted on 12/17/2012 4:23:04 PM PST by Olog-hai
Danny Danon, Deputy Speaker of the Knesset, declared in an exclusive interview with Newsmax TV that Israel must ultimately bring down the Hamas regime to secure peace in the Middle East.
We know its temporary. We will have to take action, Danon, a rising Israeli political star, tells Newsmax in an exclusive interview. Its a matter of time until we do. But, unfortunately, when you have such forces, which are full of hatred and enticement, its only a matter of time until we will continue with the hatred again. And when you look at Gaza today, you dont have any Jewish settlement today in the Gaza Strip. You ask yourself why they are sending missiles, why they are attacking the civilian population in Israel, and you understand the hatred. Thats something we have to realize. So its not about making more concessions or staking out more settlements. We did it in Gaza and we received missiles in return.
The thing is you people in the U.S. cannot afford to ignore the voicesand thats why we do have to work together.
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Israel needs to wipe them out sooner, rather than later.
The trick is, don’t drag it out for months or years, don’t do this start-stop BS — bring up the bulldozers, get everyone running toward roundup areas, destroy the “fighters” (terrorists) who put up what passes for a fight among Muzzie Arabs, bulldoze every last structure the squatters have built, and deport everyone selectively, but interviewing them — those who have legitimate jobs in Israel get to stay, everyone else gets tossed into Egypt’s Sinai. Annex Judea and Samaria (again), the Golan Heights (again), and as a penalty for decades of murders, annex Gaza as well. Relocate the entire remaining Arab population to an inland area up against Saudi Arabia, making sure they’ve got the means to live and support themselves and zero ability to go anywhere except back and forth to work and the polls on election day (IOW, no more border access).