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Friday, February 23, 2007

Truths We Cannot Deny


Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says it didn't happen, and the world sits in apathy. He has stated over and over that he wants to nuke us, wipe us off the map, and the world is silent. Some boast that the bushes will cry out, "There is a Jew hiding behind me. Come and kill him." and the world shrugs.

Hitler said he only wanted the Rhineland, and the world sat back. He said it was for unification and peace and the world let him take Austria. The world was willing to believe anything for peace and gave him Czechoslovakia. The Palestinian Authority says, "Give us your land and we will think about discussing peace." The world agrees. Does the world learn nothing from history.

WAKE UP WORLD! Today they come for us. Tomorrow they will come for you. NEVER FORGET!

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says there are no pictures.

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Friday, February 9, 2007

Hillary Clinton Blasts 'Hate-Filled' Palestinian Textbooks

From the Staff
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Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., on Thursday called for a rejection of new Palestinian textbooks that portray a world without Israel, refer to Jews as "Zionist gangs" and rewrite the Holocaust to ignore atrocities committed against Jews.

"We must stop the propaganda to which Palestinian children are exposed," Clinton said in a news conference in Washington, D.C. "These children deserve an education that instills respect for life and peace instead of glorifying death and violence."

Clinton, a candidate for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, called the conference to release a report by Palestinian Media Watch, a Jerusalem-based group that monitors Palestinian media for anti-Israel bias. She said the books "do not give Palestinian children an education, they give them an indoctrination." To read the complete article go to:

Hillary has been a big supporter of a two state system. Unfortunately that whole concept isn't going to go away no matter how much we might like it to. I have not been a big supporter of Hillery in the past but my opinion of her just went up a few notches. However, textbooks have always been an issue and, while Israel keeps its part of the bargain, Palestinian schools just continue to pump out more and more hate. Having hope that things will change is great but the reality of the situation says different. When will our leaders wake up and say enough is enough - and mean it?