U.S. President George W. Bush met with Palestinian Authority (PA/PLO) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas today in Washington, D.C. Once again, Bush encouraged the terrorists and chastised Israel. While Bush told Abbas that the PA/PLO ""must ... earn the confidence of its neighbors by rejecting and fighting terrorism," he said nothing about the announcement made by the PA/PLO the previous evening that it has no intention of disarming Hamas or other armed terrorist groups, including its own Fatah terrorist organization, which murdered three Jews last Sunday. (Bush never mentioned the terrorist attack either.)
Bush did give a stern warning to Israel. According to the Jerusalem News Wire, Bush told Israel: You will be "held to account" for any actions that hinder Washington's "peace" efforts and burden the lives of the Palestinian Arabs [sic]. What about the lives of the Jews who live in Israel? The Bush administration is very concerned with the lives of the Arabs whose situation has been made as it is by their own leaders but when it comes to the daily lives of Jews, he shows no concern. It seems that not much has changed in the last 60 years.
Bush also said that he would not try to impose U.S. political agenda on another nation. Why then has he refused to have any discussions with Israel so long as member of Knesset and former minister Uzi Landau is involved with them? (Landau headed the legislative opposition to the Gaza relocation program.) The Bush administration also forced the resignation of former Defense Ministry director general Amos Yaron in connection with Israeli arms sales to China.
Take a look around the U.S.: Thousands of acres are on fire, the northeast is flooded, the earth is shaking, hurricanes are wreaking record amounts of destruction. Why? Global warming? Don't kid yourself. Check out William Koenig's Eye to Eye: Facing the Consequences of Dividing Israel (Updated for 2017). God is serious!
[ Lee Underwood | Published: May 24, 2008 ]
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