Friday, January 27, 2006

Why Israel and the world shouldn't recognize the new Palestinian government:

Hamas is very much willing to take land, but unwilling to return "peace". Need any proof? Just head on over to Tehran:

But on 15 December, Khaled Meshaal, the Hamas political chief said during a visit to the Iranian capital that his group would step up attacks against Israel if the Jewish state took military action against Iran over its disputed nuclear programme.


Things just got a whole lot complicated. Recognizing the new government, considering Iran is now hell-bent on Israel's destruction would be the worst signal to send to the Palestinian people: You can elect a party that's aim is to destroy Israel and have relations with countries that plan to destroying it, and we won't do anything. Worst message to send during these tense times. I think we should just snub the results and refuse any communication with the new regime unless they cut their ties to Iran and renounce their charter for the destruction of Israel. But I'm not holding my breath.

Update: Like I predicted yesterday, the U.S. has threatned to withdraw financial aid to the Palestinians. Good! Let's hope more countries follow.

1 Comments:

At Thursday, 15 July, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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