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Date: Fri 31 Jan 2003
Subject: Support Israel: There Can Be No Peace Until the Arabs Are Willing to Stop the War

Dear Sir:

I urge you to provide unconditional support for Israel in its war against
the Arabs.

In a letter to The Editor of The New York Times on January 18 2003
Martin Schwartz wrote that Israel's government " has repeatedly said
Israel is prepared to make "painful compromises" code words for Israeli
withdrawal from most of the West Bank and Gaza if Israel's security can
be ensured.

The time to do that is when Palestinians stop their campaign of terror and
abandon the dream of pushing Israel into the sea. It is illogical to
expect a country under attack to give up its strategic and negotiating
positions first before a peace agreement when the other side continues
to reject every deal."

The Arabs despite months of war and significant hardship facing their
families have refused stop their attacks. They refuse to give up their
hope of killing all the Jews in Israel. Their continuing attacks against
civilians are a measure of their lack of sincerity with regard to the
peace process.

Until the Arabs demonstrate a tolerance for other peoples there will be no
hope for a lasting peace.

A measure of the evil of the Palestinians is the support they receive from
Sadam Hussein. The family of every dead Arab terrorist genocide murderer
is rewarded by Hussein. How evil are Hussein and other Arabs who promote
the wanton murder of innocent civilians.

I urge you to support Israel in its quest for a real and lasting peace.

Respectfully yours




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