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November 29, 2015 / 17 Kislev, 5776
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For Gaza: Peace or Devastation

Israel should continue to try and avoid civilian casualties as much as possible - but basically bomb Gaza into the stone age.

Palestinians may not like it and hate us more then ever. But they will have no choice but to work with us if they want to rebuild from their ashes. They will know that Israel will never relinquish their right to the land of Israel and that it has the power to destroy nations in order to keep it. And we will do it again at the slightest provocation. It’s their choice: Live in peace and prosperity with the Jewish people as your neighbors or get reduced to rubble.

As I wrote this post, I heard a news bulletin that a cease fire had been accepted by both sides. Thank God there will be no troop invasion. I hope that this agreement is long term. If no more rockets are fired into Israel from Gaza, it will have all been worth it. But if not, then the next time, I think Israel ought to bring them to their knees along the lines I suggest.
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About the Author: Harry Maryles runs the blog "Emes Ve-Emunah" which focuses on current events and issues that effect the Jewish world in general and Orthodoxy in particular. It discuses Hashkafa and news events of the day - from a Centrist perspctive and a philosphy of Torah U'Mada. He can be reached at hmaryles@yahoo.com.

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3 Responses to “For Gaza: Peace or Devastation”

  1. Melinda Kay Rhodes Godwin says:

    Israel should have kept bombing them

  2. Arthur B. Levy says:

    may they all be rejoined with allah in “paradise” speedily and rapidly…

  3. Arthur B. Levy says:

    may they all be rejoined with allah in “paradise” speedily and rapidly…

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