August 5, 2006
Hezballah: No Matter Who Dies - They're HappyTopics: Middle East News and Perspectives
How can a rational human being embrace an ideology that actually boasts of preference for death rather than the life given to all of us by our creator?
How does one adequately address such insanity?
Another weakness is that both as individuals and as a collective,
they are described by Allah as "the people who guard their lives most."
Their strong adherence to this world, with all its vanities and
pleasures, constitutes a weakness.
In contrast, our people and our nation's willingness to sacrifice
their blood, souls, children, fathers, and families for the sake of the
nation's honor, life, and happiness has always been one of our nation's
And Hezbollah's "great" leader (in the eyes of many misled Muslims), Nasrallah, sees the Jew's love and embracement of life as a weakness? Compare his view of weakness with that of a great Jewish leader's view of strength:
... I am convinced that peace will come to Israel and its neighbors because the tens of millions of Arabs need peace just as much as we do. An Arab mother who loses a son in battle weeps as bitterly as any Israeli mother.The striking difference between what Hezballah's Nasrallah sees as weakness and what the Jews see as strength, is more than simply the measure of the tape, it's the difference between humanity and inhumanity. Fortunately, the view represented by Golda Meir is shared by the vast majority of Muslims, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, and all other people of faith and those of no faith at all. The vast majority of mankind is peaceful at heart, knows how to love, and loves their children more than they hate the children of their enemies.
... We don't want wars, even when we win.
... Peace will come when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us.
... Peace will come when an Arab leader is courageous enough to wish it.
... A leader who doesn't hesitate before he sends his nation into battle is not fit to be a leader.
... If only political leaders would allow themselves to feel, as well as to think, the world might be a happier place.
- Quotes from Golda Meir
That's why in the final tally at the end of the war of humanity against the inhumanity of radical Islam, the Nasrallahs of radical Islam, their minions, and their dark ideology, will all eventually be delegated to history's trash heap. Sadly, so many of us that have the strength to love and embrace life are going to die before that final tally is made. That is, unless the world awakens from it's ignorance and selfishness (love of oil and commerce - more than love of lasting peace) and stops radical Islam now while we still can. The begining of the end of radical Islam is the ending of the radical Islamist regime of Iran.
Hat tips: The Big Pharoah
Posted by Richard at August 5, 2006 8:00 PM
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