copyright (c) 2007 by Mr. Joel Bainerman
"Why Israel doesn't win the war"
by Joel Bainerman
January 11, 2007
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When the expulsion from Gaza was taking place, I tried to tell anyone who would listen: "There is a reason these actions are taking place and it is not because all of a sudden Sharon became a lefty".
Today, I am trying to tell people that Ehud Olmert is not telling the Palestinians "You have won: We will give you everything" because he has "gone mad" or because he is being "naive".
Olmert and Sharon before him, and Rabin before him, are doing exactly what they are told: Creating the conditions for future conflict.
Here is how the game works:
Jews were forced to leave Gaza "for their own good". A low-intensity war was planned (the one taking place right now) between Israel and Hamas. The new plan was to introduce a whole new batch of instability into the area. Just as has been the "program" for the past 80 years in this region.
As a result, the Jews could not be allowed to remain in their homes.
Why not? Because if you want to have a manageable battlefield, you can not have Israeli citizens in the middle of it. Hamas needed space to set up their operations -- training grounds and firing zones. They could not do that in crowded Gaza streets. So Jewish settlements were torn down and Hamas training facilities and rocket launch sites were erected in their place.
Israel could destroy Hamas tomorrow, just as it could have destroyed Hezbullah in less than three days had the army been allowed to. Every Israeli knows this. So how come that did not and does not happen?
It is not because the Israeli national leadership is worried about "world public opinion". The citizens of the U.S. and the rest of the civilized world would not have a problem ending the continued existence of Hamas. Yet Israel does not do this.
Israel does not exterminate Hamas for the same reason America never caught Bin Laden.
The reason why the U.S. invaded Afghanistan in October, 2001, was "because the Taliban did not hand over Bin Laden". But five years later -- the Americans still cannot say for sure whether he is even alive or not. With all the might and power of the U.S. army and armies throughout the Western World, and intelligence agencies throughout the world, this one guy cannot be apprehended.
He is either superhuman, or the Western World is incompetent. Or: The West lets him get away.
Same thing with Israel: Can the I.D.F. not know exactly where the rocket launchers are in Gaza -- and knock them out from the air? Of course they can. So why are Israeli leaders not doing this? Because doing so would dramatically improve Israel's position and strength, and those from abroad who are pulling the strings do not want a strong and committed Jewish State. They thrive on Israel being divided and weak.
It would not be possible for Hamas to exist if the Israeli national leadership did not allow it to exist. It does exist because having Hamas and Hezbollah around allows the foreign elements to intervene freely in the affairs of the region -- through the national puppetships of Olmert, Abbas, and Seniora -- from all sides. That is how the foreign elements force their way into the domestic affairs of the countries -- and pressure national leaders to do the bidding of foreign masters.
Why do they do this? Take your pick: To control the events. To keep the region in a state of permanent conflict. To sell arms. To keep the price of oil high.
The "why" may be less important than the fact -- not appreciated by all -- that this is just the way it is. And always has been. Hamas and Hezbollah and Bin-Laden, by being allowed to survive, serve a common purposes of the elite masters of war: Intimidate, divide and rule. Not just the Middle East. The "democracies" of the West as well.
Shalom and Chodesh Tov from Zichron Ya'akov,
Mr. Joel Bainerman
About Joel Bainerman:
Joel Bainerman is a writer on Israeli and Middle East affairs, who has been researching Middle East political and economic subjects since 1983. His research reports and published archive may be viewed at [www.joelbainerman.com].
I wouldn’t doubt the Israeli “leaders” will collaborate with the Europeans to permit and ENABLE the Islamofascists to inflict further damage to Israel, beating Israel down psychologically and physically, so that the Israelis will feel it “necessary” for foreign intervention and welcome them as “saviors” when Bible believers know a brutal betray is in store once the fox is in the chicken coop. Watch for UN Resolution 181 to be offered as the “final solution.”