Should the Israelis continue to pursue peace at any price? Why is it that the Palestinians always come off as the victims in the peace process whenever the world discusses the issue? Have we forgotten recent history already?
I wanted to post a follow-up to a column I wrote last week about Obama's appointment of Robert Malley as his top Middle East advisor. I received some interesting responses to that piece.
In response, I know that some secularists reading this will balk at going any further because the discussion on U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East comes from a religious website that often talks about such things within the context of Bible Prophecy, and it describes itself as a "Christian Intelligence" website, which seems like a misnomer to secularists. That's ok.
Contrary to popular belief, however, us Christians can think and form our own opinions on a subject like U.S. Foreign Policy without mentioning God, Jesus, or the Bible in our entire argument, and this news item is proof of that.
I'd like us to recall a column that Jack Kinsella from The Omega Letter wrote back in May of 2002 titled "Camp David And Arafat's Phased Plan" because we seem to have a short-term memory when it comes to the Middle East Peace Process and the actual facts to date.
So, what are you waiting for? Jump in and read this short piece, and discover why the Middle East Peace Process as we've come to know it is a sham (at least in regards to the way it's been presented to us these past few years).
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