Gingrich Gets It Right | FrontPage Magazine

In an interview on Saturday, Newt Gingrich put some reality into the surreal discussion of the Middle East conflict and as he put it the delusional nature of the current “peace process.” The Palestinians are indeed an “invented people” — invented by the Nasser dictatorship and KGB by the way — and the Hitlerian lie that Israel occupies one square inch of “Arab” let alone “Palestinian” land needs to be buried for any clarity on what the conflict is about, let alone progress towards peace.

Of course there is no peace in the Middle East and there can be no peace so long as the Muslim Arabs want to kill the Jews and destroy the Jewish state. That is the explicit goal of the enemies of Israel in the terrorist entities of Gaza and the West Bank, and also of Israel’s principal enemy the Islamic Republic of Iran.

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One Response to Gingrich Gets It Right | FrontPage Magazine

  1. Ephraim Bander says:

    I think what you are doing is great. One item I would like to see corrected.

    Myth number one talks about the history of the word “Palestine” Do some research. The word Palestine has nothing to do with philistines. The word Palestine was first used by the murderous Romans who murdered millions of Jews and destroyed our Holy Temple and outlawed to word Israel. No one was allowed to refer to the land of Israel as Israel and now everyone had to call Israel, Palestine. The word Palestine is an anti Semitic word. There has never been Palestinians, there has never been a country Palestine, before Arafat they never had a leader, they never had a currency, they never had borders. They are a non country and Arabs living in Israel. Read the first Rashi in Chumash. Keep up the great work, but don’t leave out Torah.

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