Saturday, October 29, 2005

France & Israel: Two Peas in a Pod

The AFP reports: TOULOUSE, France (AFP) - The French and Israeli foreign ministers were united in their condemnation of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's recent assertion that Israel should be "wiped off the map." Israeli Foreign Minister Sylvan Shalom praised France for its strong reaction to the words of the Iranian leader. Tovya says: Oh how sweet. The nations of France and Israel are exchanging hugs and kisses. Could this new French affection be the result Israel finally beginning their initiation into joining the 'enlightened' European societies? There is only one tie that has always bound Europe together, and only one thing that all European nations have always agreed on: It's always a good time to murder and expel Jews. This has always been the test of a true European mindset. France expelled all of her Jews in 1394, and they now gleefully witness Israel expelling her own Jews in 2005. Israel has become Faust, and the deal with the devil is signed in blood. Yet the initiation is not yet complete. Something sinister is brewing behind the scenes, and Ariel Sharon and Shimon Peres are about to take their treacherous actions to new heights. Can anyone say pre-1967 borders? Sharon is whoring himself to the Europeans just as Peres did long ago. The end to these 'painful' concessions will know no end. The Europeans want to turn us back into their lowly serfs. They miss the old submissive Jew of the past. We are in for some rough times, and I can only pray that Hashem sustains us through the coming danger.

2 Comments:

Blogger Greg said...

As someone who lives in Israel it is always reasuring when a longtime enemy-whether military or otherwise-takes our side. I definitely see the semblance between various expulsions of Jews from different countries in Europe beginning with England in (I believe) 1290 and the recent expulsion of Jews from Gush Katif. I spent this past summer in Chicago visiting my family but my heart was with the so-called "settlers", many of whom were born and raised in Gush Katif; many of whom had died or risked their lives for the State of Israel.

I'm still hopeful that Sharon will reverse his policy of give,give,give with violence being the only return but as time passes my trust in the Israeli government is diminishing bit by bit. That's one of the reasons I'm staying away from politics for the time being, or at least trying very hard not to get involved.

You have a very nice post and I will visit it frequently once my wife and I get adjusted in our new apartment in Ramat Hasharon.

11/03/2005 05:44:00 AM  
Blogger Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Dude: Where have you been? The festival has started without you!

http://muqata.blogspot.com/2005/11/rabinfest-2005-where-where-you-when.html

Shabbat Shalom!

11/03/2005 04:07:00 PM  

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