March 2003 ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å MIDEAST REVOLUTION: How the 'cradle of civilization' is about to be changed forever
With the U.S. on the verge of all-out war with Iraq, Israel bracing for unprecedented terrorism and missile attacks, and a profound transformation of the entire region a very real possibility, WorldNetDaily is taking readers on an amazing trip to the future of the Middle East in the March 2003 issue of its acclaimed monthly Whistleblower magazine.
"Most people don't realize it," says WND founder and Editor Joseph Farah, "but the Middle East landscape can be transformed in a matter of weeks or months, rather than years or decades. Not only Iraq and Afghanistan, but Iran and Syria and Lebanon and Israel and the Palestinians ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å the entire region is facing major upheaval," he said.
First the world witnessed the ousting of the ruling Taliban from Afghanistan, and now we have the imminent liberation of Iraq from the maniacal rule of Saddam Hussein. But what happens then? What effect will a liberated Iraq have on the growing democratic movement in next-door Iran? What about the Mideast's only true "occupation" ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å namely, Syria's occupation of the once-thriving, free Lebanon? Or the growing support within Israel for the once-radical prospect of relocating Palestinians in other Arab nations?
Despite the persistent Arab fantasy of annihilating the state of Israel ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å turbocharged in recent months by furious anti-Semitism and Islamist terror ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å freedom and representative government are threatening to catch up with and overtake the long-standing authoritarian stranglehold on this troubled region.
This issue of Whistleblower includes an in-depth and groundbreaking look at the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which itself threatens to break out into all-out war. Analyzing virtually every plan that has been advanced to solve the problem, the March edition points to the most inspired ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å albeit controversial ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å solutions and forcefully makes their case.
The March issue's contents include:
- "The Palestinian canard," by Joseph Farah;
- "Why 'Palestine' would mean the end of Israel," by Joseph Farah, exposing Yasser Arafat's "Trojan Horse" approach to ending Jewish "occupation";
- "Plight of the Arab Jew," by celebrated author and Mideast historian Joan Peters, explaining how, in the Mideast, harmonious relations between Arabs and Jews were common before the establishment of Islam;
- "The Elon Peace Plan," by Israeli Knesset member and head of the Molodet Party Benny Elon, unveiling his controversial initiative to transfer Palestinians to Jordan, which many consider to be the true "Palestinian state";
- "Mideast population exchanges ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å the real story," by Joan Peters, document the little-understood fact that for every Arab transplant in the Mideast, there has been a Jewish refugee as well;
- "Mohammed al-Dura martyrdom a media myth?" by David Kupelian, a groundbreaking expose documenting new journalistic investigations that conclude the widely reported shooting of the 12-year-old Palestinian boy was "staged";
- "Palestinian children 'dream of martyrdom,'" in which an Arab psychologist says more than half want to strap on bombs, by Art Moore;
- "Does Israel need a plan?" by Daniel Pipes, in which the Mideast scholar looks beyond all of today's host of "road maps" to peace and identifies exactly what will really end the conflict;
- "A radical plan for peace, freedom in the Middle East," by Joseph Farah, on how the most troubled region on earth can arrive at a bright future.
"Like the fall of the Berlin Wall, which took everyone by surprise," says Farah, "the transformation of the Mideast could, in true domino fashion, come about more rapidly than the world might have thought possible before now. This issue of Whistleblower will put readers way ahead of the curve in understanding and preparing for the future ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ__ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇÌÎå«Ì´å not only of the Middle East, but of the U.S. as well."
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