When radical Zionists are unhappy with the madly pro-Zionist Bush administration, it’s time to take notice:
The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) has condemned the Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice’s keynote speech last week to the American Task Force on Palestine as the most pro-Palestinian Arab, anti-Israel speech in memory by a major US Administration official (State Department, October 11). Secretary Rice condemned Israel’s “daily humiliation of occupation” of Palestinian Arabs; stated that there “could be no greater legacy for America than to help to bring into being a Palestinian state … for a people … who have been humiliated too long”; compared the PLO/Palestinian Arab movement to the American Revolution and implied the comparison of Palestinian Arab leaders to America’s founding fathers; praised America’s support of the Palestinian Authority (PA) legislative elections in January 2005 that Hamas won, saying that now Hamas can be held accountable; called PA president Mahmoud Abbas a “moderate”; and praised the Palestinians as being committed to a better future, i.e., without violence and terrorism, while saying nothing about a major cause of the problem being the PA regime’s promotion of hatred and violence against Jews in their media, textbooks and speeches.
All these points made by Secretary Rice in her keynote address to the American Task Force on Palestine are false.
Perhaps the ZOA has done some polling within the Arab world and discovered that the vast majority of Arabs and Muslims also see the Bush administration as too pro-Palestinian and anti-Israel. The delusion is extraordinary.
A healthy sign that extremist Zionism is scared of its dwindling future.