Samson Blinded: A Machiavellian Perspective on the Middle East Conflict
Publisher: Lulu.com | ISBN: 1847282180 | edition 2006 | PDF | 250 pages | 1,4 mb
Samson Blinded: A Machiavellian Perspective on the Middle East Conflict, by Obadiah Shoher, abandons moralizing and ideological hubris to view Israeli-Muslim struggle in terms of raw realpolitik. Terrorism is historically normal mode of war. Israel must respect terrorists as efficient warriors - and kill them. Nuclear terrorism is unavoidable, and it will hit America before Israel. We must learn to tolerate and mitigate its damages. Shoher makes the case that only by shedding liberal idealism the West can win against Islamists. Espousing political rationalism, he deplores both Jewish and Muslim myths, and argues for efficiency and separating politics from moralism. The author's motto is, an eye for an eye.
Historical rights to land are fiction: Indians do not own the United States, and Arabs in their hearts will never accept Israel, a dhimmi infidel state. The Middle East will reject small Israel, and she can only survive by becoming big. Shoher demonstrates that Israel is militarily capable of annexing Saudi Arabian oilfields and North Lebanon.