Tuesday, April 26, 2011

There Went Another 'Bright' Idea

Every once in a while, some clever person suggests the idea that Israel, if it withdraws from Judea & Samaria, surrenders its natural defense lines and submits to the establishment of an independent second Arab state in the territory of the former Mandate of Palestine could do so without danger if international military forces would be in place to protect Israel if... (and even Iran suspects that)

Well, after reading this poor showing, I don't think that's a good idea:

Libya: Misrata port shelled despite Nato effort

Misrata has come under attack by Libyan government forces attempting to retake the besieged city. Three people were reportedly killed as missiles slammed into the city's port, a lifeline for those seeking to escape to the rebel stronghold Benghazi.

Nato is enforcing a UN resolution to protect civilians in Libya amid a two-month revolt inspired by other uprisings in the Arab world. A Nato air strike earlier damaged Col Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.

That attack followed big explosions at the Libyan leader's sprawling Bab al-Azizia compound early on Monday, which government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim called "an attempt to assassinate the leader and other political leaders of this country".

If NATO can't beat Gaddafi, they are not going to secure Israel's existence.

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1 comment:

NormanF said...

Don't forget the Israeli idiots eager to surrender the Golan Heights to the Assad crime family.

On second thought, Israel should ship them to Deraa to get a first-hand view of what Syrian "peace" would look like!

If this is what they do to their fellow Arabs, it takes no imagination to figure out what the fate of Israel's Jews would be in similar circumstances.

Arab barbarism may not be a concern for Israel's Left but its a life and death matter for every Jew in Israel.