Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Letter to the President. Response to State of Union Address re: the Holy Land.

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January 29, 2008
 
Dear Mr. President,
 
>We're also standing against the forces of extremism in the Holy Land,
 
President Bush, why do you use the terminology Holy Land?  Allow me to suggest that The "Holy Land" is Holy when the Priestly Nation, the Nation of Israel, performs it's Priestly functions,  service to G-d, the Creator of the World, via the commandments in the Torah.  The Palestinians do not have the slightest inclination to accomplish this objective.
 
>Palestinians have elected a president who recognizes that confronting terror is essential to achieving a state where his people can live in dignity and at peace with Israel.
 
President Bush, didn't the Palestinians democratically elect a government that  is clearly for Terror?  Didn't they democratically vote for Hamas which is for the destruction of Israel?
 
>Israelis have leaders who recognize that a peaceful, democratic Palestinian state will be
a source of lasting security.
 
President Bush, Israelis have leaders who are blinded to the reality of Sderot which has been bombarded with Kassam rockets ever since the disengagement from Gaza. Is this what you call "lasting security?"  They have been releasing terrorists with blood on their hands and have turned a blind eye to the smuggling of weapons into the Gaza Strip.
 
>The time has come for a Holy Land where a democratic Israel and a democratic Palestine live side-by-side in peace. (Applause.)

President Bush, This imaginary dream of a democratic Israel living side by side with a democratic Palestine is an illusion, a figment of our imagination.  Look at the Palestinian textbooks.  They clearly call for the destruction of Israel.  The entire Israel.  True Peace is keeping the Holy Land where it is meant to be, in Jewish hands  who love peace and whose inner desire is to better mankind via technology, advances in medicine and the arts, sciences and agriculture. The Torah is the moral compass for the entire world.  A precious violin belongs with the violinist, protected and secure and not at the mercy of those that hate music and wish to destroy the precious violin and burn the music.   
 
President Bush, The Holy Land of Israel is also called the Promised Land.  It was promised to Abraham and then again to Isaac and then again to Jacob to the Nation of Israel exclusively as an Eternal Inheritance. 
 
 
Taken from Bush's State of the Union address. 
 
We're also standing against the forces of extremism in the Holy Land, where
we have new cause for hope. Palestinians have elected a president who
recognizes that confronting terror is essential to achieving a state where
his people can live in dignity and at peace with Israel. Israelis have
leaders who recognize that a peaceful, democratic Palestinian state will be
a source of lasting security. This month in Ramallah and Jerusalem, I
assured leaders from both sides that America will do, and I will do,
everything we can to help them achieve a peace agreement that defines a
Palestinian state by the end of this year. The time has come for a Holy Land
where a democratic Israel and a democratic Palestine live side-by-side in
peace. (Applause.)




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