Curse on the gaza strip
Watching the escalation of fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza last week, the words of God as recorded in Deuteronomy continue to run through my head: "I call heaven and earth as my witnesses against you right now: I have set life and death, blessing and curse before you. Now choose life--so that you and your descendants will live. What the world is witnessing in Gaza during the past week is the stark contrast between Israel, a nation and a people that choose life, and Hamas, a bloodthirsty terrorist organization that celebrates and embraces death. During the past few weeks, Israel has taken action to defend itself against an onslaught of rocket and missile attacks that have terrorized its citizens for years. For the men, women and children who live in southern Israel, 15 is the most important number in their lives.
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THE WORLD; In Hussein, the Palestinians Have an Ally and a Curse
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To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems. THE veteran Israeli politician Abba Eban is widely credited with coining an aphorism about Palestinian diplomacy that has stuck for many years: The Palestinians never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity. Now some Israelis might modify that: The Palestinians never give up a chance to hurt their chances. Just as the uprising in the occupied territories had lost nearly all its influence and had begun turning into a sad show of internecine violence, the Palestinians - the broad masses as well as their principal leaders - chose to place their hopes with Saddam Hussein, who almost immediately became the world's most unpopular leader. That leaves them neither an effective protest movement nor any influential allies in Israel, the Arab world or the West.
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Gaza: The curse of Mohammed Dahlan
Hamas should not trade the rights and hopes of the Palestinian people for its own survival by making a deal with Dahlan. He spoke via satellite from his current exile in the United Arab Emirates. The audience clapped. True, Gaza has been pushed to the brink of humiliation so that its truly heroic people may lose hope. But the fact that it was Dahlan that uttered these words appeared odd.
An authoritative and impassioned history of the aftermath of the Six Day War—by a former Israeli soldier—and a cogent argument for an end to the occupation. Cursed Victory is the first complete history of the war's troubled aftermath—a military occupation of the Palestinian territories that is now well into its fifth decade. Drawing on unprecedented access to high-level sources, top-secret memos and never-before-published letters, the book provides a gripping and unvarnished chronicle of how what Israel promised would be an 'enlightened occupation' quickly turned sour, and the anguished diplomatic attempts to bring it to an end. Bregman sheds fresh light on critical moments in the peace process, taking us behind the scenes as decisions about the fate of the territories were made, and more often, as crucial opportunities to resolve the conflict were missed. Yet Bregman always reminds us how diplomatic and back-room negotiations affected the daily lives of millions of Arabs, and how the Palestinian resistance, especially during the first and second intifadas, and now in recent tragic developments, have shaped the political arena.