When others speak in your name, they usually get it wrong. Sometimes, I write about what is happening with my family or what is on my mind and sometimes, I see a few news articles and realize there is an underlying thread that ties them together. Such it is today.
If you apply “logic” to this situation, you are correct, logically, Israel can’t eliminate Iran’s nuclear threat alone. Ah, but Former Admiral Fallon, what you fail to see is that our pilots never fly alone. As in 1948, so shall it be now. Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Dachau, Chelmno, Treblinka. Warsaw….what we couldn’t do then, we will do now. If you don’t understand that, you don’t understand anything and you can’t possibly know what Israel can do, will do, to make sure we are never again where once we were.
And finally, President Obama – my first response to your absurd and patronizing comment is that one could easily accuse the U.S. of not knowing what is in their best interests. After all, they re-elected you, didn’t they? But that is childish and though it tickles my fancy, the fact is that Israel DOES know what is in our best interest and deluding ourselves that we have a chance at peace any time soon is not helpful. We do not have a peace partner. The President of Egypt, one of our so-called peace partners, has repeatedly attacked not only Israel, but Jews in general (see In the Words of Our Enemies). You didn’t ask me, Obama, but I can tell you that Israel is indeed finally coming to the realization that we can’t dance to your tune; that we have to watch out for what is best for us and baby, you ain’t it.
About the Author: Paula R. Stern is CEO of WritePoint Ltd., a leading technical writing company in Israel. Her personal blog, A Soldier's Mother, has been running for more than 5 years. She lives in Maale Adumim with her husband and children, a dog, too many birds, and a desire to write. Visit Paula Stern's blog, A Soldier's Mother.The author's opinion does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Jewish Press.
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