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Peace Upon the Land

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Peace Upon the Land

The Israeli government must set its priorities in Operation “Peace for Galilee.” From the outset, the military experts made it clear that casualties could be minimized on both sides of the conflict by a swift operation, which could be over in days. Even the President of the US did not pressure Israel to do otherwise. But some politicians became afraid of their own inner insecurities.
Arab-Israeli Conflict, Israel Defense Force, Israel, Lubavitcher Rebbe
Peace Upon the Land
Disc 131, Program 522

Event Date: 19 Kislev 5743 - December 05, 1982

The Israeli government must set its priorities in Operation “Peace for Galilee.”

From the outset, the military experts made it clear that casualties could be minimized on both sides of the conflict by a swift operation, which could be over in days. Even the President of the US did not pressure Israel to do otherwise. But some politicians became afraid of their own inner insecurities.

Out of a fear of appearing “too aggressive,” Israel’s defense forces are being held back from completing their mission. As a result, there are many casualties and wounded, on both sides of the conflict, which could have easily been avoided.

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