In many cases, this may result in a no-win situation where attempting to avoid the bad fans ends up alienating the good ones.
This is bad towards things that people actually do as a hobby, or out of personal enjoyment.
[But] there isn't anything new about the prospect of giving up land that is rightfully Israel's land in order to have peace.
When it gets right down to it, the land doesn't make that much difference, because Yasser Arafat and others don't recognize Israel's right to any of the land. I will discuss seven reasons why Israel is entitled to the land they have and that it should not be a part of the peace process.
Niter is an ingredient that was used in nitroglycerin which was sent over from the New World.
But they did not have a way of getting it to England.
But a man named Weitzman, a Jewish chemist, discovered a way to make it from materials that existed in England.Then they were told they were going to be opposed by a man named Allenby the next day, which means, in their language, "man sent from God" or "prophet from God." They dared not fight against a prophet from God, so the next morning, when Allenby went to take Jerusalem, he went in and captured it without firing a single shot.The British government was grateful to Jewish people around the world, particularly to one Jewish chemist who helped them manufacture niter.We are going to be hit by skeptics who are going to say we will be attacked because of our support for Israel, and if we get out of the Middle East -- that is us -- all the problems will go away. If we withdraw, all of these problems will again come to our door. But I would like to reemphasize once again the seven reasons that Israel has the right to their land.1) ARCHEOLOGY The first reason is that Israel has the right to the land because of all of the archeological evidence. Every time there is a dig in Israel, it does nothing but support the fact that Israelis have had a presence there for 3,000 years.I suggest to you that what Crown Prince Abdullah talked about a few days ago was not new at all.