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Fleeing the Storm

Notable Quotes

Netanyahu Stands Strong

{image_1}“Those who think that the continued enmity toward Israel is a product of our presence in Judea,Samaria andGaza, is confusing cause and consequence.  The attacks against us began in the 1920s, escalated in 1948, continued with the fedayeen [Arab “freedom fighters”] attacks in the 1950s, and climaxed in 1967, on the eve of the Six Day War, in an attempt to tighten a noose around the neck of the State of Israel.  All this occurred during the 50 years before a single Israeli soldier ever set foot in Judea and Samaria…

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Israelis Answer: We’re Not Running Away

{image_1}”We do not want war, but if war is forced on us, I suggest to our friends and enemies, as one, to be on the right side, on our side, on the side that has always won and will always win…For 61 years now, we have been burying our children, and there is no end in sight. This year still, our existence is under threat. From near and far, they rise to destroy us—and to their astonishment, we are not frightened. We are not running away from the fight.”

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Iran and Nuclear Weapons—Not Acceptable

{image_1}ldquo;You don’t want a messianic apocalyptic cult controlling atomic bombs. When the wide-eyed believer gets hold of the reins of power and the weapons of mass death, then the whole world should start worrying, and that is what is happening in Iran.”

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“Hitler” Speaks Persian

{image_1}“73 years after the Berlin Olympics, yesterday [April 20] the world witnessed the return of Adolf Hitler. This time he has a beard and speaks Persian.”

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Turkish Jews Fearful

{image_1} A Jewish woman living in Istanbul writes of difficulties faced by Jews following rising anti-Semitism in Turkey in wake of Gaza op.

“Me and my friends in the Jewish community in Istanbul are scared to give out our names these days, fearing it might hurt us. We don’t want to be identified as Jews.

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After the Gaza War

{image_1} “For the Palestinian people, death became an industry, at which women excel and so do all people on this land; the elderly excel, the Jihad fighters excel, and the children excel. Accordingly [Palestinians] created a human shield of women, children, the elderly, and Jihad fighters against the Zionist bombing machine, as if they were saying to the Zionist enemy, ‘We desire death as you desire life.’”

—Fathi Hamad, Hamas representative, as broadcast on Hamas’s Al-Aqsa TV prior to the conflict

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Surprising Admission

{image_1} “What will happen in the future, we shall not repeat the wrongs we did in leaving Gaza. It should have been done otherwise. I was for leaving Gaza. I feel myself as one of the persons mistaken…My problem is less whom to entrust with the role of prime minister but rather the candidate’s policies. The world is undergoing new situations and the new government must adjust its policies accordingly. I do not disqualify any Israeli who was duly elected.”

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As Far As We Believe…

{image_1} “As far as we believe, Durban II is going to be the anti-Semitic event of 2009. It looks worse than we expected…Operation Cast Lead is going to take center stage…It was in everyone’s homes, on everyone’s television sets, and it’s going to be everywhere in Geneva as well.”

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Arab Response to the Conflict

Gaza Will Never Cave to Israeli Pressure

{image_1} “We will not leave our land, we will not raise white flags and we kneel only before Allah.”

“There is blood everywhere, there are wounded and martyrs in every house and in every street. Gaza today was decorated by blood…There can be more martyrs and there can be more wounded but Gaza will never be broken and will never surrender.”

—Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, December 27, 2008

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War in Gaza

{image_1} In late December, a six-month truce between Hamas and Israel came to an end. Throughout the “truce,” Hamas continually launched missiles into southern Israeli communities. When Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal stated that Hamas would not renew the truce and would continue the armed struggle, Israel decided it must deal militarily with the continued strikes against Israeli civilian targets.

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