Israel’s Secret Weapon Against The Arabs
Another week and more to read on the: Middle East: as always.: : Some of the more interesting articles I thought worth sharing:
- With the election 2.5 months away, an interesting piece on Obama vs. Romney: 4 Interesting Differences on: Israel:: http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/
DC-Decoder/2012/0826/Obama-vs. -Romney-101-4-differences-on- Israel/Israel-s-threats-to- bomb-Iran
- A new book, “Legacy: A Genetic History of the Jewish People” discusses the age-old question of: “Jews: A religious group, people or race?” Book review:http://www.jpost.com/Sci-Tech/
- “Syria: and the Invisible Hand of Foreign Intervention” quotes: Ze’ev Jabotinsky:http://nationalinterest.org/
commentary/syria-the- invisible-hand-foreign- intervention-7318
- In 1997, Prime Minister Netanyahu in response to a question about: Irving Moskowitz: said:: There would be no limits on Jewish construction in “unifiedJerusalem”, he told his cabinet. “We cannot accept the fact that Jews wouldn’t be entitled to live and buy anywhere in: Jerusalem,” Netanyahu said. “I can only imagine what would happen if someone suggested Jews could not live in certain neighborhoods in: New York,: London,: Paris: or: Rome. There would certainly be a major international outcry.” It’s certainly just as true today as it was then.
“We have always said that in our war with the Arabs we had a secret weapon – no alternative.” Golda Meir
“Three things are best beloved by a man: homeland, children, and life.” Menashe Ben-Israel
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