Israel & the Middle East

MUST WATCH-> Share!... Why all negotiated settlements between Israel and the Palestinians are doomed to failure.
Colonel Richard Kemp (Fmr Commander of British Army, Afghanistan) on the morality of the IDF August 15, 2016
MUST-VIEW> The Amoral Revolution in Western Values and its Undermining Impact on Israel. 
Delivered by Col. Richard Kemp on May 19, 2015 at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies

WAKE UP CALL -> Israel & the Middle East, Seeing is Believing 
A one dimensional picture is worth a thousand words. How many words is a three dimensional picture worth?

Notice the green flat coastal plain, 70 percent of Israels population resides in this region. 78 percent of Israels industrial base is also in this region.

Notice the beige mountain range of Judea Samaria. This is a natural protective barrier against ground invasion. Land can not be invaded and occupied by air power, only boots on the ground controls territory. The vast majority of Israel fresh water supply is captured within the aquifers located under and within this region historically known as Judea Samarian (The Biblical Heartland)

Conclusion; The Jewish Communities, towns villages and cities on top and in Judea Samaria are not an “obstacle to peace” they prevent war. If Israel where to come down from these mountains she would be a tasty little morsel that would invite invasion from the global Islamic supremacist movement that surrounds battle ship Israel, who is floating in a Sea of Arab tyranny. The Biblical heartland, where Israel maintains her existence.
NEW MUST VIEW-> Caroline Click on Israel and Current Situation as of July 28, 2014

Prof. Bernard Lewis - Radical Islam, Israel and the West

Bernard Lewis On Islam And Israel 01/07/13

Netanyahu Speaks to U.S. Congrees 05/24/2011 Pt 1.
Netanyahu Speaks to U.S. Congress 05/24/2011 Pt 2
Netanyahu Speaks to U.S. Congress 05/24/2011 Pt 3
Netanyahu Speaks to U.S. Congress 05/24/2011

Caroline Glick at the Great Synagogue in Jerusalem on World Affairs Jan 26, 2012

Bernard Lewis and Norman Podhoretz discuss the Middle East on Uncommon Knowledge