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Please call the White House comment line: No to creation of Palestinian terror State
There are reports that President Bush is going to make a speech where he will outline the idea of a temporary Palestinian State.
In light of the latest homicide/suicide bombings by Palestinian murderers, this temporary Palestinian State would not only be a reward for terror but would in itself be a base for future killings of unarmed Israeli civilians.
If you live in the United States, please call the White House comment line and complain about this temporary Palestinian State idea:
I called and it took me literally 2 minutes to make the following points (you don't have to give your name or address):
1) In light of the suicide bombing today killing 19 people mainly teenagers and in light of the Palestinians' support for such bombings, I have to ask the question is it wise to give these people a country?
2) These are the same people who cheered and danced when three thousand Americans were murdered on 9/11.
3) To reward these terrorists with a state seems like a foolish thing to do and sends a wrong message to the enemies of the US and will hurt the war on terror.
4) Given their past actions and probable future actions, the Palestinians currently do not seem like a good candidate for a country. They will not be a positive contributor to the world community, they will be another terrorist state. We do not need another terrorist state.
5) If a people supported the bombing of a bus full of teenagers in the U.S., I hope we would wipe them off the map, not give them territory.
6) Palestinian surveys show that a majority of Palestinians support suicide attacks like those on the bus and on 9/11 and that a majority of them support the destruction of the entire State of Israel.
7) They oppose the War on Terror and support Iraq and get weapons from Iran.Posted by David Melle at June 19, 2002 09:05 AM
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