houses don’t kill, people do

Calls for sanction on Israel over the building of houses in the West Bank is absurd, to say the least.  The claim that it is a deterrent to peace is an excuse repeatedly used by the Palestinians to justify their own refusal to make compromises for peace.

As history has shown, when territory is returned the houses built there stay there.  Israel withdrew from Sinai and from Gaza, leaving the buildings intact.

There are no calls for sanctions against the Palestinian Authority for terrorist attacks, killing innocent men, women and children.

Houses can be returned, but dead people can’t be brought back to life.

The Deadly Israeli House was written by Daniel Greenfield on his blog Sultan Knish.  It is worth reading.


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