Saturday, August 05, 2006

Two wrongs do make a right!

The Israeli-Lebanon/Hezbollah conflict is an example of that. Since the U.N. apportioned British controlled Palestinian land in 1947. An apportionment which divided the land of Israel and Palestine, Arabs have been threatening war or attacking Israel either directly or through surrogates in direct defiance of U.N. resolution 181.

On November 29, 1947, the UN General Assembly, in its 128th plenary session, by a two-thirds vote passed Resolution 181 partitioning Palestine into two states, one Jewish and one Arab.

This present Israeli-Lebanon/Hezbollah conflict is a mere extension of years of Arab aggression and rejection of that U.N. decision.

So why is it when Israel defends itself against Hezbollah and 59 years of constant and continual Arab initiated attacks and acts of war, Arabs and their supports feel that they are some how justified in the war that they themselves started?

Go ahead condemn Israel for excessive force and treat them like they are equally at fault in this war. They are not! Just know that when you do you are advocating the two wrongs make a right theory.

Yes war is evil and deaths of innocents are tragic but the reality of it is, if the Arabs at any time would stop their aggression there would be no aggression!

That bears repeating, if Arabs would stop their aggression there would be no aggression. No deaths, no conflicts and no wars.

So if you are clambering for a cease fire without addressing the overall acts of Arab aggression against Israel and Arab defiance of the U.N. resolution 181 you many get a cease fire from Israel but you will never get the end of Arab bigotry and hatred which is the genesis of this Middle East conflict.

Maybe wiping Israel off the map is the answer as Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has advocated.

Arabs are wrong for their continual defiance of international law and their continual aggression against Israel.

Israeli responses to unprovoked attacks from Hezbollah, who is funded by Syria and Iran Kofi Annan says, Israel uses excessive force and Israel is wrong.

So let's get this clear, Hezbollah attacks Israel, they've been doing it for years, and Israel responds in self defense and Annan says that Israel has the right to defend itself but excessive force is wrong? So according to Mr. Annan and the Arabs who are now condemning Israel, all believe that Israel is equally at fault for Arab aggression?

You see two wrongs make a right, in Arab thought, two wrongs make Arabs right all the time!

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