|Sharon (Yimach Shmo...): A traitor....or is
there more than meets the eye?
In the photo seen above, Palestinian youths burn a model of a Jewish settlement during a
demonstration organized by a youth organization affiliated to the
ruling Fatah movement in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah. A gesture of goodwill indeed to the Israeli Pullout from Gaza!
when President Lyndon B. Johnson ordered the Joint Chiefs of Staff
under Gen. Earle Wheeler to do a study in June 1967 on what was
needed by Israel to survive as a nation, without American needing to
come to her rescue, the following was what the report recommended:
That Israel needed its furthest borders at key positions to be
able to withstand the frequent assaults by the Arab nations. This
study was to be a top secret document because not only did it advise
Israel how to survive but, it was also self-serving for the U.S. who
did not want to be called in to fight the Arab armies in order to
save the Jewish State. This highly secret study was researched by
each of America's Armed Forces including Air Force, Army, Navy and
several of its key Intelligence Agencies.
Israel was advised not to abandon her furthest borders and whatever
high ground she held. This secret June 29, 1967 report was released
by the WALL ST. JOURNAL March 9, 1983. We happen to have an original
copy and a re-done line drawing of the secret map available on
request by FAX.
According to the report that accompanied the map, the Joint Chiefs
said: "Returning Israel to pre-1967 boundaries would drastically
increase its vulnerability. Israel would be threatened by West Bank
artillery and tactical SAMs - a sword constantly over its head and
the need to maintain readiness with prohibitive mobilization costs.
For stable future Arab-Israeli agreements, Israel must feel it can
wait out a crisis rather than strike pre-emptively. Israel should
retain....the Gaza Strip, mountains and plateaus of the West Bank,
the tip of the Sinai, Sharm el Sheikh, the Golan Heights east of
Quneitra and ALL of Jerusalem."
What has led to a volte face of
this policy. Have the Arabs suddenly turned benevolent? Or is there
more than meets the eye?
Attack on Iran and Israeli-Palestinian
peace. Is there an eerie connection between War and Peace
We see only one glimmer of hope in the US supported Gaza Pullout.
Before the USA invaded Afghanistan, they brokered a peace between
India and Pakistan, so that tension between the two south-Asian
nuclear powers did not break into open war and complicate the strike
on Afghanistan in October 2001. Remember Tony Blair's many visits to
Islamabad and New Delhi, followed by those of Richard Armitage?
The before the Iraq attack was launched, there was a peace contrived
between Israel and Palestinians, when Abbas and Sharon were forced to
shake hands for the first time. This ensured that a flare up in
Israel did not complicate the attack on Iraq.
Now the US is forcing a second peace between Israel and the
Palestinians. Can this be a precursor to an attack on Iran?
Let's wait and watch. Maybe the implication of our retreat from Gaza
will be seen in the advance against Iran.
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