What is Kadima Saying?
By Moshe Arens
Ha'aretz - March 14, 2006
Last week, Kadima's candidate for prime minister, Ehud Olmert, gave lengthy and comprehensive interviews spelling out just exactly what he intends to accomplish during the coming four years if he wins the election. Unlike his mentor, Ariel Sharon, who, prior to his election, did not even hint that he planned to forcibly evacuate 10,000 Israelis from their homes during his forthcoming tenure as prime minister, Olmert makes no bones about his intentions: He plans to forcibly evacuate some 100,000 Israelis from their homes in Judea and Samaria. For his candor, Olmert has received accolades from a number of media commentators who make no secret about where their sympathies lie.
But what was Olmert actually saying? His statements imply turning most of Judea and Samaria over to Hamas and thus bringing Palestinian terrorism that much closer to Israel's population centers. Has he really learned nothing from the daily barrage of Qassam rockets that have been falling on the outskirts of Ashkelon ever since the forcible evacuation of Nissanit, Elei Sinai, and Dugit, south of the city?
JEWISH SECURITY AND LIFE MUST BE ISRAEL'S TOP PRIORITY
KADIMA- FORWARD TO RETREAT AND SURRENDER
ISRAELIS MUST UNITE AGAINST THEIR TRUE ENEMIES -
NOT EACH OTHER
KADIMA - NATIONAL SUICIDE AS A POLICY
IF OLMERT IS LEFT IN POWER IN ISRAEL
THERE WILL BE NOTHING LEFT OF ISRAEL
KADIMA = CORRUPTION + FATAL STRATEGIC CONCEPTS
OLMERT'S ARROGANT PLANS
By Ari Shavit
Haaretz - 14 March 2006
In September 2000, the Palestinians began a terror offensive against Israel.
They did this because they refused to accept the Camp David proposal, which
promised them the entire Gaza Strip and 91 percent of the West Bank in
exchange for full recognition of Israel and an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
If Ehud Olmert is elected prime minister and implements his convergence plan,
then in September 2010 the Palestinians will have sovereignty over the
entire Gaza Strip and some 91 percent of the West Bank, and all this
without recognizing Israel and without ending the conflict.