To be continued ...
So ends a few movies.
And so I start my article with it, an article in which I'll share some of my impressions after a visit to the State of Israel.
This is a beautiful country and a beautiful people. Despite the fact that in both Jerusalem and in Tel Aviv I have seen many brave soldiers of the IDF, I can say one thing: these young boys and girls are not the aggressors, as they are represented in the Islamic and leftist press.
These are people that do not hate.
These are people who appreciate life, ours and theirs.
These are people who want to live in security and freedom in the State of Israel.
In the state which is now the only democracy in the region.
Throughout its history, the people of that State have lived in danger of being destroyed and exterminated.
As they do now.
Recently, in North Africa, and throughout the Middle East, much has changed, but there was one constant, the constant of Islam: hatred of Jews and of the Jewish state of Israel.
Iran, Turkey, Syria, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and how many more not listed "so as not to offend" continue to follow the teachings of the Prophet Mohammed, and so hurl accusations at, do not recognize, and threaten to destroy the State of Israel.
And is it possible to identify others who may be among them? In a soft way? They have a different approach, but the same goal of Islamization in the region and the world, and the imposition of Sharia wherever a Muslim has set foot, without any democracy or freedom in the Western understanding.
Did I make a mistake?
And are we fighting this?
Are we fighting it at all?
Do we want to fight it?
Or do we prefer to pay tribute, in both the literal and figurative sense?
To agree to their demands, to be led, not to take drastic measures.
Enough being clever. I will tell you straight out what I think. Maybe then in four years or even more years the Americans will give me a visa. Unless, of course, they continue the policy of the current administration.
Speaking of the politics of the current administration, it is very interested in supporting the Islamization of North Africa, including truly aggressive Islamic regimes -- as if it is protecting Iran.
Several years ago, Turkey was asked and agreed to the bombing of the Syrian nuclear reactor by Israel's air force.
Now this has changed.
Egypt, bordering on Israel, is now led by the Muslim Brotherhood. Iran continues to enrich uranium, and the financial and economic sanctions have no effect on the regime of the Ayatollahs and the military machine of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
In this scenario, there are a few questions. And not just about Israel.
President Obama is loyal to and even supports the Islamic regimes of the "Arab Spring." Thus he is promoting the construction of a green fence around the State of Israel.
2012 is the year of presidential elections in the United States. What if Barack Hussein Obama is reelected? He will continue this policy, and the Islamic world will pressure Israel and try to force the Israeli leaders to conclude an agreement with the Palestinians on the borders existing before 1967?
And even if the United States under the leadership of Obama would destroy Iran's nuclear facilities, it could be a price for the American recognition of the "Arab spring" and agreement to the division of Jerusalem. This is it more like blackmail, but if we do not support it, we will live in fear of nuclear Iran.
I hope this is not true.
We all live in hope. It's human nature.
Hopefully we will not have to choose between the two. Which is better? The next 4 years with President Obama and without a nuclear Iran, but with the results of the "Arab spring" and a severely weakened Israel, or the next four years without President Obama, but with a nuclear Iran.