Is it time for Israel to kick them all out?
Since its founding in 1948, the state of Israel has always wanted peace with its Arab neighbors. It is the Arab nations who have been threatening, provoking or outright warring with them.
To prove this to be so, one need only ask him or herself: If the Arabs all laid down their arms tomorrow, what would Israel do? Of course, nothing. They would live in peace. Now ask yourself if Israel did the same, what the Arabs would do. They would attack the following day, if they waited that long. This is all one needs to know about the dynamics of the region.
Yet at every turn, Israel is said to be at fault for the oppression of Arabs who reside within its legal and rightful territory. I personally think they’ve shown saint-like restraint when it comes to dealing with those who would exterminate them if given half a chance.
And as we know, the Arab nations aren’t the only ones who blame the Jews for virtually everything wrong in the Middle East. The liberal political class here and abroad plays the blame game as does practically the entirety of the United Nations. In their eyes, Israel is always up to no good, and this most recent controversy in the West Bank is no different.
Sky News reports that “the Israeli military has dramatically increased the number of demolitions of Palestinian homes and other buildings in the occupied West Bank, according to the United Nations,” giving rise once again to claims of “ethnic cleansing.”