ISRAEL Breaking News: Netanyahu Resigns over Gaza Pullout

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  1. LadyEagle

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    Just heard on Fox News Channel from Israel Radio....

    Some will say it is a political move. It may very well be, but I do believe this is a man who is standing firm on his principles about the wrongness of the Gaza pullout and Road Map.

    We are about to see civil war in Israel -

    1. Jews against Jews over the Gaza pullout.
    2. PA terrorist groups against Hamas and others, vying for power in the Gaza Strip.
    3. Palestinian terrorists continuing attacks on Jews.
    4. Radical Jews terrorizing Arabs too.

    At least SIX groups involved in a civil war!

    All because of this Bush, EU, UN, and Russian Raod Map from Hell....giving in to terrorists by giving up land. [​IMG]
     
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    Netanyahu seems to be a man of principal. Why on earth Israel deals her God given land away, to people that have never kept a treaty with her, simply amazes me.
     
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    And why we and the the rest of the free world encourage/insist on it also amazes me.
     
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    http://www.haaretzdaily.com/hasen/spages/609554.html
     
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    Let us hope and pray that cooler heads prevail on all sides among the Israelis and the Palestinians. [​IMG]
     
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    Amen, Ken!

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    Then why did he vote for the disengagement plan last fall?

    I like Bibi as a person but I think this looks like a John Kerry "I voted for it before I voted against it" moment.

    Also, doing this so late in the process will not stop the disengagement plan. If he had wanted to stop it he could have perhaps done so if he had made this move months ago. Now it looks like a political move so that if things don't go well that he can take advantage of it politically.
     
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    My prayer is that God's Will be Done!
     
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    On that much, we can agree! [​IMG]

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    Binjamin Netanyahu of the Likud Party was elected Prime Minister May 29, 1996. US disaproved of his election and said it would disrupt the Arab-Israeli peace process and increase friction between them and Palestinians and Arab states.

    Unlike his predecessors Rabin-Peres of the Labor Party who forged peace with the Palestinians without regard to security, Netanyahu took an aggressive military program of suppressing terrorism and refusing to withdraw from the strategic Golan Heights or Palestinian held land.

    Unlike Rabin-Peres and Clinton who made the peace process and end in itself, Netanyahu saw peace negotiations as a means to an end - building a stable peace based on hardheaded security arrangements by force.

    Sharon is following the same aggressive policy but with greater force than Netanyahu did. Sharon is now being pressured by the Globalists to with draw from Palestinian held land thus compromising Israel's security. This same pressure forced Netanyahu to seek peaceful negotiations with their enemies when he was Prime Minister.

    The Labor Party is controlled by the Globalists who are attempting to establish peace in the Mid East by compromise. Netanyahu and Sharon oppose the Labor Party's strategy of peace for land and are being forced to comply with Globalist ideology, this is why I believe Netanyahu resigned.

    As stated in http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Politics/labor.html
    the Labor Party's policy is to "promote political stability and the advancement of Israel's fundamental interests." This is a lie, their policy is to promote the Globalists agenda of establishing a NWO under the Antichrist.
     
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    Amen to that. God is sovereign and He always has it His way. [​IMG]
     
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    Amen to that. God is sovereign and He always has it His way. [​IMG] </font>[/QUOTE]Well I hate to bring this up, but God's will is that everyone would be saved.
     
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    Amen to that, hillclimber. [​IMG]
     
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    Here's the reply to your post:

    Portions of Benjamin Netanyahu's Resignation Letter

    There were over one-quarter million demonstrators in Tel Aviv last night.
     
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    Thanks for the info, LadyEagle. [​IMG]
     
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    Sharansky and I have been saying this for a long time...particularly the first part of this. I am curious, LE, if you agree with us on this point, or are you part of the extremist right who says that there should not, under any circumstances, be a pullout?

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    LE,

    Would you provide a link to that letter so that we can also read the snipped parts in context with the rest of the letter?

    Thanks,

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    AMEN, and AMEN!!!!

    I shudder to think of the consequences to this nation should we abandon Israel like some desire.

    People, I don't claim to know WHAT is going to result from this pullout, BUT the terrorists are going to smell blood like a fox after a wounded rabbit!

    ONLY, again ONLY, by a direct intervention of God will this fiasco resemble anything near "PEACE"!

    My preferred solution would be for Pres Bush to tell Israel that we (USA) are behind them 100%, so start protecting yourselves just as we (USA) are doing! And may God have mercy on any nation that tries to interfere with Israel's defense!

    Totally un-PC I know but such is life!!

    Freedom ain't free, and if we don't help those who honor freedom now, we'll be fighting for it by ourselves later. (Assuming the liberals & PC crowd aren't in power by then!)
     

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