Friday, December 12, 2008

Israel's Choice

by Janet Levy and Paul E Vallely - December 12th, 2008 - American Thinker

Recent reports have indicated that Israel has received a green light from the U.S. and will strike before the end of the Bush administration rather than during an Obama presidency that purports to value dialogue without precondition with Ahmadinejad. Other reports indicate that Israel lacks the political will to attack Iran, especially with Ehud Olmert in office. With the recent successful medium-range ballistic missile test and claims of 5,000 uranium-enrichment centrifuges, Ahmadinejad may have brought the situation to a critical tipping point, as the prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran is an unacceptable scenario for the State of Israel.

It is difficult to believe but here in America public opinion is wrapped up in the profanity laced and totally predictable "crisis" of Governor Blagojevich selling Barack Obama's Senate seat. It is of course totally useless to think about this now. It is NOT useless to think about and worry about the coming nuclear holocaust whose opening signal will be the destruction of Tel Aviv.

Yet no one in America seems to be concerned. Even worse, Israel is currently led by some of the least qualified leaders in recent history. They are appeasers who dream of peace while the Islamo-fascists who line their borders chanting for their destruction are deemed to have good hearts. The only requirment is that Israel simply "make nice" to them. The unambiguous historical record that such illusions have never made sense does not dissuade current Prime Minister Olmert.

The drumbeats of war grow louder by the day and the American populace simply chants, "Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah, nah, nah" as it covers its ears and ignores them. We need to pay attention. What Israel chooses affects us greatly. They must not waver. Any nuclear war against Israel will quickly spead to America.


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