The Pharaoh-PA ConnectionThe Arabs have broken every agreement they have signed, rejecting what it demands publicly beforehand. There is an underlying reason for this.
The IDF's Secret FearKing David, the warrior poet, wrote (Psalms, chap.20):"Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our G-d. They are brought to their knees and fall, but we rise up and stand firm". The IDF should take note.
Fowl BargainingIf all the world's experts on peace had raised turkeys on a kibbutz, there might be peace in the Middle East.
Peace Tomorrow, Not NowWhen speaking of peace, the word <I>shalom</I> has a context of holiness. A Jewish peace is not a handshake or a piece of paper, which more accurately is a truce.
The IDF as a DangerHe proposed to the astounded gathering that he arrange a meeting between them and the new Palestinian Authority police chiefs. "You wouldn't believe how they are cooperating," said the commander, certain that the security officers would jump at the opportunity to meet the new PA peace partners.
The True Test of the IDF's StrengthStrength is the power not to use it. There is no question that the IDF is strong enough to execute the expulsion plan. The question is whether it is strong enough not to carry it out.
Sharon the WeaklingIf the public opposition to the expulsion plan gains momentum, we can count on Sharon to prove his weakness and jump to the other side.