Surrender vs. Peace

If surrendering money to a highwayman in exchange for his temporary promise not to take your life is not a deterrent to crime, why would surrendering land to Yasser Arafat in exchange for his promise not to take other people’s lives be a deterrent to terrorism?

To call the Israel land-surrender process a “peace process” is to make the ludicrous claim that surrendering values in exchange for the temporary removal of force discourages, rather than encourages, the force-wielders. Those who have promoted this dishonest idea, while sensing the obvious evasion involved, share in the responsibility for the blood that is flowing in the Middle East and that is likely to begin flowing in New York City.

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