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Palin: Pray for Peace in the Holy Land

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 22, 2013

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Posted to Palin’s Facebook page earlier today:

As always, one must listen carefully to what leadership says, or fails to say, in analyzing current affairs. During his trip to Israel, President Obama said, “It is not fair that a Palestinian child cannot grow up in a state of her own.” Of course, as people of good will we would like everyone to have the right of self-determination and God-given liberty, but we also have to ask ourselves what has been done to establish the circumstances necessary for that. It’s been observed that a Palestinian child cannot grow up “in a state of her own” because of Palestinian leaders’ decisions.

There seems to be nothing on the horizon to change the mindset of those who would raise Palestinian children to hate and be intolerant of Jews, Christians, and other “infidels.” Bottom line: until that changes and until the Palestinian people become genuine partners in peace with Israel, little movement towards peace can be made. This is tragic for all, including those Palestinian children being indoctrinated. I hope our President understands this and could acknowledge it so the public could better understand the conflict. We can’t be naive to the causes of this centuries-old plight, and we mustn’t fail to ignore the one-sided effort to finally bring peace to Israel.

In the meantime, pray for peace in the Holy Land.

– Sarah Palin

One Response to “Palin: Pray for Peace in the Holy Land”

  1. crkienast said

    Well said and so true!! As is normally the case, it is their so-called leaders who have put the roadblocks up against peace and a homeland for the Palestinian people. They were offered a homeland some years ago but Arafat turned it down – and they keep indoctrinating their children to hate Jews and everyone who supports the Jewish and Palestinian people. Charles R. Kienast

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