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A Year of Crisis

Notable Quotes

Ahmadinejad’s October Visit to Lebanon

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“I would like to thank everyone, and especially the Lebanese people who came out to welcome their brothers. They showcased Lebanon's power and we thank them for that. I feel as though I'm at home, in my homeland among my brothers.

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Divisive Words from Catholic Bishops

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“The Holy Scriptures cannot be used to justify the return of the Jews to Israel and the displacement of the Palestinians, to justify the occupation by Israel of Palestinian land…We Christians cannot speak of the ‘promised land’ as an exclusive right for a privileged Jewish people. This promise was nullified by Christ. There is no longer a chosen people—all men and women of all countries have become the chosen people.”

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Threats of War over Jerusalem

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“Jerusalem is not just a city. Al-Aqsa [on the Temple Mount] is not just a mosque. Jerusalem is the key to peace, and Jerusalem can ignite a thousand and one wars. Unless the issue of Jerusalem is solved, so that it returns to its owners; unless Jerusalem will be Palestinian, as it was throughout history, the capital of the Palestinian state and the capital of the Palestinian people, the place which is the object of heartfelt longing and which all Muslims aspire to reach; unless Jerusalem is like that way, there is no peace.

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Settlement Freeze for Jewish State Recognition

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made political waves in October by offering to seek an extension of the settlement construction freeze in exchange for the Palestinian leadership acknowledging Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people. Speaking in the first meeting of the Israeli Knesset [parliament] winter session in comments posted on the Prime Minister’s Office Web site, Netanyahu said:

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Difficult Days

IDF Helicopter Accident in Romania:

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“This is a difficult day for all of Israel. We are choked up… hearing about how the heroes [six Israelis and one Romanian]fell from on high, and how the vessels of war fell to the earth.”

— Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

“This year, Israeli and Romanian pilots [are] training together and make the supreme sacrifice together. This has resulted in a closer relationship between us, proving that we support each other in joy but especially in sorrow.”

— Romanian Air Force Deputy Commander Alexander Glushka

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Iran Sanctions and Threats

The Iranians will carry out “the most horrendous suicide bombing in human history…[attacking] Israel, European capitals, and [the] Gulf region at the same time.”

—Former member of Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guard who defected to the US

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Middle East Peace

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“I think it's possible to achieve it, yes. Will we achieve it with the entire Middle East? That, I cannot say. Can we achieve it with the Palestinians? I say absolutely.”

— Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

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Soldier: Activists Came for War

{image_1}One of the soldiers who took part in the raid and broke his hand in the clash recounted the moments of horror when he and his comrades were assaulted by about 30 activists on board. “After every person came down [from the helicopter], three or four guys grabbed a hold of him and simply beat him senseless. They lynched us. They were equipped with metal bats, knives, slingshots, and glass bottles. At some point, we faced live fire by two guys.

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Gaza Flotilla Chanted Islamic Battle Cry

{image_1}On the day before the Gaza flotilla confronted the Israeli navy, Al-Jazeera TV documented the pre-battle atmosphere created by men on board the flotilla, who chanted a well-known Islamic battle cry invoking the killing and defeat of Jews in battle: [Remember] Khaibar, Khaibar, oh Jews! The army of Muhammad will return!”

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“No Love Boat”

{image_1}“…Hamas is smuggling thousands of Iranian rockets, missiles, and other weaponry—smuggling it into Gaza in order to fire on Israel’s cities…Under international law, and under common sense and common decency, Israel has every right to interdict this weaponry and to inspect the ships that might be transporting them.

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