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From: MoishB@aol.com
Date: Mon 18 Nov 2002
Subject: VIPAC: Support Israel - The Arabs Are Unwilling to Make Peace With Israel

Please send this letter to The President and your Senators and Congressmen

Dear Sir:

There can be no peace between Israel and its neighbors in the current
situation.

In Egypt the government sanction television runs a special anti-Semitic
mini-series on the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion."

In Lebanon the government refuses to take control of the border from the
Hezbola and continues to allow the diversion of water from Israel and the
possible pollution of waters allowed into Israel.

Iraq continues to pay the families of suicide murderers.

And within Israel the so called Palestinian Authority not only refuses to
accept responsibility for the murder of civilians by bands of gangsters but
in many instances rationalizes and condones such murders.

In an article in the New York Times November 17 2002 Israel Weighs
Response After 12 Killed in Hebron Ambush by JAMES BENNET Bennet reports:
"Israeli officials held the Palestinian leadership of Yasir Arafat
responsible. "The pattern is very clear now" said Gideon Meir a spokesman
for the Foreign Ministry. "Every time either an American emissary comes to
achieve a cease-fire or Israel eases up on the conditions to make life easier
for the Palestinian population there is a terrorist attack. The Palestinian
leadership is holding its own citizens as hostages in order to implement its
political aspirations."

There is no Palestinian leadership that is willing to make peace. It is time
to allow the Palestinians to suffer for their own policies. Until they are
willing to live in a civilized fashion with the Israelis in peace and mutual
respect there should be no peace envoys or sympathy for the Palestinians. If
they are not capable of maintaining a government that is able to keep law and
order there is no rational for the World to pursue the "Peace Process."

The State of Israel is a reality that the Arab World has refused to accept
for over fifty years. Until the Arabs accept the reality of Israel there is
no hope for peace and if the Palestinian Arabs cannot accept Israel there is
no place for them between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River.

I urge you to continue your support of Israel. I urge you to postpone and
cancel all attempts at mediation until the Arabs signal with meaningful signs
that they are ready for a true peace.

Respectfully yours


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Please send this letter to The President and your Senators and Congressmen



Dear Sir:



There can be no peace between Israel and its neighbors in the current situation.



In Egypt the government sanction television runs a special anti-Semitic mini-series on the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion."



In Lebanon the government refuses to take control of the border from the Hezbola and continues to allow the diversion of water from Israel and the possible pollution of waters allowed into Israel.



Iraq continues to pay the families of suicide murderers.



And within Israel the so called Palestinian Authority not only refuses to accept responsibility for the murder of civilians by bands of gangsters but in many instances rationalizes and condones such murders.



In an article in the New York Times November 17 2002 Israel Weighs Response After 12 Killed in Hebron Ambush by JAMES BENNET  Bennet reports: "Israeli officials held the Palestinian leadership of Yasir Arafat responsible. "The pattern is very clear now" said Gideon Meir a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry. "Every time either an American emissary comes to achieve a cease-fire or Israel eases up on the conditions to make life easier for the Palestinian population there is a terrorist attack. The Palestinian leadership is holding its own citizens as hostages in order to implement its political aspirations."



There is no Palestinian leadership that is willing to make peace. It is time to allow the Palestinians to suffer for their own policies. Until they are willing to live in a civilized fashion with the Israelis in peace and mutual respect there should be no peace envoys or sympathy for the Palestinians. If they are not capable of maintaining a government that is able to keep law and order there is no rational for the World to pursue the "Peace Process."



The State of Israel is a reality that the Arab World has refused to accept for over fifty years. Until the Arabs accept the reality of Israel there is no hope for peace and if the Palestinian Arabs cannot accept Israel there is no place for them between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River.



I urge you to continue your support of Israel. I urge you to postpone and cancel all attempts at mediation until the Arabs signal with meaningful signs that they are ready for a true peace.



Respectfully yours




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