Hamas' dreams = others' nightmares

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Hamas, Abbas and Arafat persistently, very publicly and very proudly emphasized they don't want a two state solution with Israelis and Arabs living peacefully side by side but one state, eliminating Israel.  And they violently back their words with action supporting terrorism against the entire Israeli populace.

And yet Bill Clinton, inhaling  Arab money can blandly say that he'd agree to negotiate with Hamas if they provided him with the same assurances of non violence as did Arafat.  Huh?

Right on cue Mahmoud Zahar, the Gaza Strip's Hamas leader once again informs the world of his dreams.  For most they are nightmares.

"I dream of hanging a huge map of the world on the wall at my Gaza home which does not show Israel on it," Zahar said in the interview. "I hope that our dream to have our independent state on all historic Palestine (will materialize)."

This dream, he added, "will become real one day. I'm certain of this because there is no place for the state of Israel on this land."

Why is it that you don't believe these multiple assurances Bill?  Is it maybe the Arabs only pay you when you say they're trustworthy and peaceful?

Ethel C. Fenig   4 3 06

Hamas, Abbas and Arafat persistently, very publicly and very proudly emphasized they don't want a two state solution with Israelis and Arabs living peacefully side by side but one state, eliminating Israel.  And they violently back their words with action supporting terrorism against the entire Israeli populace.

And yet Bill Clinton, inhaling  Arab money can blandly say that he'd agree to negotiate with Hamas if they provided him with the same assurances of non violence as did Arafat.  Huh?

Right on cue Mahmoud Zahar, the Gaza Strip's Hamas leader once again informs the world of his dreams.  For most they are nightmares.

"I dream of hanging a huge map of the world on the wall at my Gaza home which does not show Israel on it," Zahar said in the interview. "I hope that our dream to have our independent state on all historic Palestine (will materialize)."

This dream, he added, "will become real one day. I'm certain of this because there is no place for the state of Israel on this land."

Why is it that you don't believe these multiple assurances Bill?  Is it maybe the Arabs only pay you when you say they're trustworthy and peaceful?

Ethel C. Fenig   4 3 06