What is being talked about now is the probability of the Sharon government launching an attack against Lebanon to eliminate the resistance of Hezbollah by using the American war against Iraq. But, of course, in this case, we will certainly fight with all our strength.
However, there is no legal and legitimate state called Israel.
To talk about liberty and freedom is nice, lovely, but the important thing is to allow people to act in liberty and freedom.
If you are asking for my point of view, I would say that the Palestinians should go back to Palestine.
The U.N. Security Council did not to condemn the Qana massacre, due to the U.S. veto.
If you want my opinion, I say that this is a state based on occupation, that has usurped the rights of others.
Among them, there were Muslims, Christians, and Jews living together. But then violent organizations came, bringing with them many large groups of people from various parts of the world to Palestine.
Would you allow a people to come from somewhere else and occupy a part of the United States, and set up an independent state, and, after 50 years, you would not be able to stay on this land?
The ones who were negotiating are now on the front line of this intifada, because they found that the negotiations didn’t give them the minimum of their rights.
The Palestinian must stop throwing stones, and the Israelis must stop firing rockets. And in the view of the Sharm el-Sheikh summit, rockets are equal to stones.