What were the “ghastly” statements by Rice that induced a “rage” in Farah?
I've waited to deal with the following news development because it is so disturbing to me personally, I needed to let my rage subside.
I can now speak and write coherently about the latest ghastly statements by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice concerning the Middle East. But it's not easy.
"The Palestinian people deserve a better life, a life that is rooted in liberty, democracy, uncompromised by violence and terrorism, unburdened by corruption and misrule and forever free of the daily humiliation of occupation. I promise you my personal commitment to that goal."Those sound like reasonable statements for a U.S. secretary of state to make. But perhaps I’d feel differently if, like Farah, I were an apocalyptic, Bible-based diplomacy person.
This is Farah’s twisted interpretation of what Rice said:
… Rice said America could have no greater legacy than to divide the land of Israel and establish a Palestinian Arab terrorist state …The suggestion that Rice wants a “terrorist state” is rather silly considering that she specifically said she wants the Palestinians to have “a better life … uncompromised by violence or terrorism …”
Either Farah doesn’t know the meaning of the word “uncompromised” or he’s downright delusional.