"Israel's desire to acquire maximum geography with minimum Palestinian demography is the root of the suffering afflicting the Holy Land. Today, there are 6 million Palestinian refugees and displaced people. Amnesty International has observed that the "peace processes" failed because Israel has ignored human rights, including the right of native Palestinians to return to their homes and lands."
WORD CUP 2016
"...the real dilemma embodied in any effort to confront the possibility of a successful peace process without Gaza is the question, what to do with Gaza on its own. Certainly neither Egypt nor Israel, Gaza's two neighbors, wishes to confront that question. Moderate Palestinians obviously shy away from contemplating the consequences of moving forward on the West Bank without Gaza: this would shatter their narrative of a two-state solution based on a Palestinian state in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza."
"Our military is in some 150 other countries. We would never stand for another military in our country. Therefore, we should get out of everybody else's....We bomb and invade and occupy nations we falsely accuse of possessing weapons. We would never stand for being bombed and invaded and occupied even though we really have those weapons. Therefore we should stop doing that to other nations....We rain hell from the sky on families to protect women's rights and spread freedom. But if our roofs were being blown off, and our limbs as well, we would not feel we had gained any rights or freedom. Therefore we should stop treating war as an acceptable instrument of national policy."
"The tragedy is compounded as the mainstream Indian political groups, from the fundamentalist BJP to the secularist Congress, are politizising the issue standing side by side with fringe groups like RSS and Shiv Sena who are raking up anti-Kashmiri hate sentiments across India. This has done little to improve the situation, if anything they have hindered and are still hindering the course of justice to take its place."
WRC Rally Cup
"It appears though that some media practitioners would have us believe that since these despots and monarchs have embraced Annapolis, Bush is on the right track. In fact it is entirely due to the fact that the Palestinian liberation movement does not possess the advantage of having a solid bulwark of frontline status as the ANC did, that it is open to manipulation."
"Everything Robertson has done in his more than thirty year television career has been focused on advancing the Final Days. I remember, too well, in 1982, when Israel invaded and devastated large parts of Lebanon, an excited Robertson using pointers and maps on his daily television program, predicting the coming of the Final Battle. "These nations (pointing to Arab states) are the Forces of Evil," while Israel the U.S. and Europe he identified as the nations fighting for Good. He would, in the midst of his discussion, turn to the viewers and say with an eerie grin, "The End is at hand. I can feel it. It's coming."
"The real question is how will Barack Obama govern once elected. There is every reason to believe that he will behave himself and disappoint those followers who want radical change. How can he produce radical change when he is not radical, but cool?"
"Many of the now weakening Arab regimes that played important roles in emboldening Israel’s insane dream of a "Greater Israel" on Muslim lands, are also beginning to pay the price for their role in this deadly drama. Their people now realize that had these governments refused to play along, turning Arab against Arab, and Muslim against Muslim for the sake of false Zionist promises, like Hashemite Jordanian control of Palestine and Iraq, things might be different."