Does the NY Times expect Israel to commit suicide?

In its June 2 edition, the New York Times editorially suggests two solutions to put Israel back in the good graces of the international community -- an "impartial international investigation" of the commando raid and a permanent lifting of Israel's blockade of Hamas-ruled Gaza. Israel, however, is not about to buy either idea.
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The first one is an oxymoron, as attested by the UN's slanderous and discredited Goldstone investigation of the 2008 Gaza war. Unfortunately, in today's world, "international" and "impartial" are mutually exclusive terms.

As for removing the blockade, this would be a suicidal step for Israel because it would permit Hamas to expand its weapons arsenal exponentially and thus facilitate its stated objective of eliminating the Jewish state.


So, thanks, editors of the New York Times. But no thanks.


LEO RENNERT

In its June 2 edition, the New York Times editorially suggests two solutions to put Israel back in the good graces of the international community -- an "impartial international investigation" of the commando raid and a permanent lifting of Israel's blockade of Hamas-ruled Gaza. Israel, however, is not about to buy either idea.
.
The first one is an oxymoron, as attested by the UN's slanderous and discredited Goldstone investigation of the 2008 Gaza war. Unfortunately, in today's world, "international" and "impartial" are mutually exclusive terms.

As for removing the blockade, this would be a suicidal step for Israel because it would permit Hamas to expand its weapons arsenal exponentially and thus facilitate its stated objective of eliminating the Jewish state.


So, thanks, editors of the New York Times. But no thanks.


LEO RENNERT

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