Thursday, December 14, 2006
The Tide is Turning in the Middle East
The tide is beginning to turn of the American people’s understanding of the problems and realities on the ground in the Middle East. There will be no peace in the Middle East until the Palestinian-Israeli Crisis is resolved in a satisfactory manner for both sides. At an Arab League summit on March 28, 2002 Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah who now is King of Saudi Arabia introduce and passed a resolution to normalize relations with the State of Israel with all Arab states, if the State of Israel will conform to United Nation Resolutions 194 and 242. The Israeli Defense Forces on the next day takeover control and destroy the office compound of Prime Minister Yasir Arafat in Ramallah. The Israelis have only convinced the American public and government that the Palestinians are the terrorists and they the victims while the majority of nations and people in the world see Israel as a terrorist state.
Just in the Twenty-First Century alone the governments of Israel and United States have done more to undermined peace and security in the Middle East. The United States unconditional financial and military support of the State of Israel makes the American people responsible for Israel military offensive actions taken against her neighbors. With Israel and the United States winning the military battles while losing the hearts and minds of the people in the region and world. As long as the United States and Israel destroy more bridges than they build there will be no peace and security in the Middle East and for that matter the world.