Bush's Plan for Israel to Quit the Gaza Strip Will Ignite Terror in the West Says Israel National Radio's Rabbi Tovia Singer

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NEW YORK, NY - August 11 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- "The destruction of twenty-five Jewish communities in Gaza and northern Samaria jeopardizes the security of the United States and its allies, and places the existence of the State of Israel in immanent danger," states Rabbi Tovia Singer, host of Israel Nation Radio's Tovia Singer Show.

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"George W. Bush's demand that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon unilaterally expel 10,000 Israeli citizens from their homes rewards terror and threatens the existence of the Israeli State. No other democracy in history has ever forcibly uprooted thousands of its own citizens of one religion from their homes," says Singer, and adds that "This colossal error will incite additional Al-Qaida attacks on American soil as well."

Terrorist leaders explicitly declare what will follow Sharon's expulsion plan. A top Hamas figure in Gaza, Ahmed al-Bahar, stated that "Israel has never been in such a state of retreat and weakness as it is today following more than four years of the intifada. Hamas's heroic attacks exposed the weakness and volatility of the impotent Zionist security establishment. The withdrawal marks the end of the Zionist dream and is a sign of the moral and psychological decline of the Jewish state. We believe that the resistance is the only way to pressure the Jews."

Singer notes, "While Al-Qaida announces it has already opened a stronghold in Gaza, the Bush administration pressures Sharon to give the Palestinians an open the sea port in Gaza." Singer explains that if this critical waterway is opened to the Palestinian Authority, it will strengthen the forces of terror and huge Israeli population centers in the Negev and Mediterranean coastal cities will endure relentless rocket attacks, resulting in and countless lives of innocent Jewish children, woman, and men lost.


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