OK. I for one don't read Hebrew well. But I do read English fairly well, and this article speaks to the slim chances of peace between Israel and the 'Palestinians':Originally posted by sharonbn
The news item apeared in Ynet in Hebrew, therefore I didn't see it necessary to provide a link.
"They succeeded in gaining control in most of the [world's] powerful states, and they â€“ a tiny community â€“ became a world power. But 1.3 billion Muslims must not be defeated by a few million Jews. A way must be found."
Thus opined the prime minister of Malaysia, Mahtir Mohammad at the opening of the two-day Organization of Islamic States summit he is currently hosting.
"The Europeans killed six million Jews out of 12 million, but today the Jews are in control of the world via their proxies. They lead others to fight and die for them."
Warming to the anti-Semitic theme, the Palestinian delegate Mohammad a-Farrah said, "If we are weak, no one will support us. The Israelis respect only the strong, and we must therefore all unite."
What chance is there of peace if this is how the Muslim world views Israel?