The United Nations, the universal fig leaf for anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism, whose schools were used to store rockets and whose ambulances were used to deploy machine-gun toting terrorists, would bring peace to Gaza.
The idea is so ludicrous that even Lieberman’s foreign ministry panned it, noting in an official report that if Gaza is placed under an international mandate, logic would follow that the same could be done for Judea and Samaria.
That would give the Arab world everything it wants except that the new Palestinian Authority country would ostensibly be headed by the United Nations, which would eagerly hand over the whole ball of wax, or make that the whole time bomb, to the Palestinian Authority government that shows total unity when it comes to eliminating Israel
Hamas wants to do by killing Jews, and Abbas prefers the slow death method of saying “have a nice day” while flooding the country with millions of Arabs, declaring Jewish sites as belonging to Islam, denying any connection between Jews and the Temple Amount, and declaring that all of Israel really is Palestine.
Taking over Gaza won’t be so simple. Giving Gaza to the United Nations would be a nightmare, so Lieberman came up Wednesday with Plan Three, assassinating Hamas leaders.
Many if not most Israelis might agree, but Lieberman forgets that when one Hamas terrorist is killed, 100 others come to the funeral. Kill all 23,000, and another 230,000 will be born.
The Jewish Press nicknamed the Hamas war on Israel “Operation Death Wish.” So far, it has been a much better plan for Hamas’s demise than Lieberman’s fantasies.
About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.
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