Monday, December 31, 2012

Jewish spokesman announces World War III


They were instrumental in the events leading up to two World Wars, which claimed tens of millions of non-Jewish
lives.  Now they are announcing the new global bloodletting  they have in mind.  
Read carefully and contemplate:

 WWIII Is Coming 'Whether They Like It Or Not': Top Sharon Aide 
Arizona Daily Star, Tucson   Saturday, April 27, 2002
TUCSON­­The terror attacks on Sept. 11 and extreme   turmoil in the Middle East point to one thing­­World War III,  a spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said Friday   during a visit to Tucson.

 "We've been fighting a war for the past 18 months, which is   the harbinger of World War III.  The world is going to fight,  whether they like it or not.  I'm sure,'' Ra'anan Gissin, a senior  adviser to Sharon, said in an interview Friday.

 "Sept. 11 was a watershed event, and things will never be  the same. The battle lines have been drawn.''

 Gissin, 53, is in Tucson this weekend as part of a 12-day tour  of the United States to promote the purchase of Israel Bonds.   The bonds are part of a program that began in 1951, in which   securities are sold to individuals and corporations to finance  economic growth in Israel.

 "The Israeli government pays them back . . . The collateral is   the eternity of the Jewish people,'' Gissin said, dismissing an  April 1 Newsweek story that questioned the future of his country.

 "We believe the state of Israel will continue to exist forever.    Therefore, it's a sure investment."

 Gissin called the war a clash between the civilized and uncivilized  worlds.

 "It's a clash between the forces of evil, as (President Bush)   so neatly described it, and forces of life."

 Mohyeddin Abdulaziz, 54, a Tucson resident and Palestinian   who grew up near Ramallah, did not attend Gissin's talk.  But  in an interview Friday night he said the Israeli point of view  does not take into account the suffering of Palestinians who  live in the occupied territories of the West Bank and Gaza.

 "This is a war that is being fought against a largely civilian  population.  It is a one-sided war,'' said Abdulaziz, who still  has family living in the West Bank.

 "The Palestinians do not have one tank, one airplane, one   helicopter. These are people who have been under a brutal  occupation for 35 years and every nation on this Earth has  recognized it as an illegal occupation.

 "We have generations of Palestinians who know nothing but  brutal occupation,'' he said. "The West Bank and Gaza are only  22 percent of the geographic area of Palestine, and it's all the  Palestinians are asking for.  They want a place to call home."

 Gissin said he did not believe that the Israeli incursion at the   West Bank refugee camp in Jenin earlier this month was a  massacre as some Palestinians have said.

 The chief Palestinian negotiator, Saeb Erekat, has accused  Israel of trying to hide "terrible things" at the camp.
 Palestinians say hundreds died.  The United Nations is  sending a fact-finding team there.

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