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After a week in Syria, the Arab League mission failed to prevent civil war. But it would be silly to imagine that shrewd Arab leaders do not understand the things that are clear to us—namely, that Assad simply cannot comply with any of their requirements. First of all, he cannot promise to keep his troops out of the towns because militias would take them over immediately if he did.

The Arab League’s goals are made clear by their cynical choice of Mohammed al-Dabi as the mission’s leader; al-Dabi is the former Sudanese minister of intelligence who was instrumental in the Darfur hostilities. Arab leaders do not care about civil war in Syria, but have to show their own people that they do care about their Arab brothers in Syria. Thus, mere rhetoric achieves their objectives.

Arab monitors in Syria

The Knesset’s report on foreign migrants in Israel claims that there are 89,000 legal workers and 95,000 tourists on expired visas. But what about workers on expired visas? These workers are unobtrusively included in the 89,000 figure; ‘legal’ means that they entered our country legally, not that they stay here legally now.

The report states that only 31,000 Palestinians are working here legally, and does not mention the 200,000 Palestinians working illegally.

The report claims that there are only 45,000 African illegals, though a year ago that number was estimated to be from 40,000–60,000, and since the Arab Spring they have been entering at a rate of one thousand per week. This means their number must be closer to 120,000.

Instead of the 250,000 foreign workers claimed by the government, we would expect 550,000–600,000 of them.

An Arab driver attempted to run over an Israeli policeman near the Zif intersection at Hebron Hills when ordered to stop at checkpoint.

In order to sustain the peace process, police are saying that this was not terrorism. But the test is simple: the Arab wouldn’t have dared to run over a Fatah policeman; thus he attempted to kill a Jew.

The government has approved free childcare from the age of three. To finance that socialist deviation, the cabinet nixed moving military bases to the south, even though they have become an easy target for possible rocket attacks from the West Bank. A railroad through the Jezreel Valley was also nixed, which is a good thing for the peaceniks.

January 2012
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