22752 Arapaho Rd.
Justin, Texas 76247
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison February 20, 2003
United States Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510-4304
Dear Senator Hutchison:
Thank you for your letter of January 21, 2003 and this letter is in response to your reply to me. In your second paragraph you said: “As you know, since Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein...the Iraqi people have been subjected to a repressive, brutal regime...I am also deeply concerned that Saddam Hussein is actively developing weapons of mass destruction. These devastating weapons under his control pose a potentially enormous threat to many freedom-loving countries throughout the world...”
While much of what you say is true, it is also true of many other countries in the world. North Korea, China, Russia, etc., and are we to go to war with all of these also because they DO have weapons of mass destruction and China and Russia has International Continental Ballistic Missies pointed at the United States AT THIS VERY MOMENT. They are much more of a threat than Iraq. The truth of the matter is that Iraq is a threat only to the Israelis and not to the United States at all.
Then in paragraph three you said “Saddam Hussein’s repeated failure to meet his obligation to the United Nations Security Council threatens the authority of the United Nations, and the safety of our world.”
Following are the U.N. resolutions that Iraq is guilty of: which consists of 16 violations:
1). UNSCR 678 ‑ November 29, 1990,
2). UNSCR 686 ‑ March 2, 1991,
3). UNSCR 687 ‑ April 3, 1991,
4). UNSCR 688 ‑ April 5, 1991,
5). UNSCR 707 ‑ August 15, 1991,
6). UNSCR 715 ‑ October 11, 1991,
7). UNSCR 949 ‑ October 15, 1994,
8). UNSCR 1051 ‑ March 27, 1996,
9). UNSCR 1060 ‑ June 12, 1996,
10). UNSCR 1115 ‑ June 21, 1997,
11). UNSCR 1134 ‑ October 23, 1997,
12). UNSCR 1137 ‑ November 12, 1997,
13). UNSCR 1154 ‑ March 2, 1998,
14). UNSCR 1194 ‑ September 9, 1998,
15). UNSCR 1205 ‑ November 5, 1998,
16). UNSCR 1284 ‑ December 17, 1999.
However, when compared to the violations of United Nations resolutions against the state of Israel there is no comparison. Following are the U.N. resolutions that Israel is guilty of which consists of 65 violations.
1). Resolution 106: condemns Israel for Gaza raid.
2). Resolution 111: condemns Israel for raid on Syria that killed fifty‑six people.
3). Resolution 127: recommends Israel suspend its no‑man's zone' in Jerusalem.
4). Resolution 162: urges Israel to comply with UN decisions.
5). Resolution 171: determines flagrant violations by Israel in its attack on Syria.
6). Resolution 228: censures Israel for its attack on Samu in the West Bank, then under Jordanian control.
7). Resolution 237: urges Israel to allow return of new 1967 Palestinian refugees.
8). Resolution 248: condemns Israel for its massive attack on Karameh in Jordan.
9). Resolution 250: calls on Israel to refrain from holding military parade in Jerusalem.
10). Resolution 251: deeply deplores Israeli military parade in Jerusalem in defiance of
11). Resolution 252: declares invalid Israel's acts to unify Jerusalem as Jewish capital.
12). Resolution 256: condemns Israeli raids on Jordan as flagrant violation.
13). Resolution 259: deplores Israel's refusal to accept UN mission to probe occupation.
14). Resolution 262: condemns Israel for attack on Beirut airport.
15). Resolution 265: condemns Israel for air attacks for Salt in Jordan.
16). Resolution 267: censures Israel for administrative acts to change the status of Jerusalem.
17). Resolution 270: condemns Israel for air attacks on villages in southern Lebanon.
18). Resolution 271: condemns Israel's failure to obey UN resolutions on Jerusalem.
19). Resolution 279: demands withdrawal of Israeli forces from Lebanon.
20). Resolution 280: condemns Israeli's attacks against Lebanon.
21). Resolution 285: demands immediate Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon.
22). Resolution 298: deplores Israel's changing of the status of Jerusalem.
23). Resolution 313: demands that Israel stop attacks against Lebanon.
24). Resolution 316: condemns Israel for repeated attacks on Lebanon.
25). Resolution 317: deplores Israel's refusal to release.
26). Resolution 332: condemns Israel's repeated attacks against Lebanon.
27). Resolution 337: condemns Israel for violating Lebanon's sovereignty.
28). Resolution 347: condemns Israeli attacks on Lebanon.
29). Resolution 425: calls on Israel to withdraw its forces from Lebanon.
30). Resolution 427: calls on Israel to complete its withdrawal from Lebanon.
31). Resolution 444: deplores Israel's lack of cooperation with UN peacekeeping forces.
32). Resolution 446: determines that Israeli settlements are a serious obstruction to peace and calls on Israel to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention
33). Resolution 450: calls on Israel to stop attacking Lebanon.
34). Resolution 452: calls on Israel to cease building settlements in occupied territories.
35). Resolution 465: deplores Israel's settlements and asks all member states not to assist its settlements program.
36). Resolution 467: strongly deplores Israel's military intervention in Lebanon.
37). Resolution 468: calls on Israel to rescind illegal expulsions of two Palestinian mayors and a judge and to facilitate their return.
38). Resolution 469: strongly deplores Israel's failure to observe the council's order not to deport Palestinians.
39). Resolution 471: expresses deep concern at Israel's failure to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention.
40). Resolution 476: reiterates that Israel's claim to Jerusalem are null and void.
41). Resolution 478: censures (Israel) in the strongest terms for its claim to Jerusalem in its Basic Law.
42). Resolution 484: declares it imperative that Israel re‑admit two deported Palestinian mayors.
43). Resolution 487: strongly condemns Israel for its attack on Iraq's nuclear facility.
44). Resolution 497: decides that Israel's annexation of Syria's Golan Heights is null and void and demands that Israel rescinds its decision forthwith.
45). Resolution 498: calls on Israel to withdraw from Lebanon.
46). Resolution 501: calls on Israel to stop attacks against Lebanon and withdraw its troops.
47). Resolution 509: demands that Israel withdraw its forces forthwith and unconditionally from Lebanon.
48). Resolution 515: demands that Israel lift its siege of Beirut and allow food supplies to be brought in.
49). Resolution 517: censures Israel for failing to obey UN resolutions and demands that Israel withdraw its forces from Lebanon.
50). Resolution 518: demands that Israel cooperate fully with UN forces in Lebanon.
51). Resolution 520: condemns Israel's attack into West Beirut.
52). Resolution 573: condemns Israel vigorously for bombing Tunisia in attack on PLO headquarters.
53). Resolution 587: takes note of previous calls on Israel to withdraw its forces from Lebanon and urges all parties to withdraw.
54). Resolution 592: strongly deplores the killing of Palestinian students at Bir Zeit University by Israeli troops.
55). Resolution 605: strongly deplores Israel's policies and practices denying the human rights of Palestinians.
56). Resolution 607: calls on Israel not to deport Palestinians and strongly requests it to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention.
57). Resolution 608: deeply regrets that Israel has defied the United Nations and deported Palestinian civilians.
58). Resolution 636: deeply regrets Israeli deportation of Palestinian civilians.
59). Resolution 641: deplores Israel's continuing deportation of Palestinians.
60). Resolution 672: condemns Israel for violence against Palestinians at the Haram Al‑Sharif/Temple Mount.
61). Resolution 673: deplores Israel's refusal to cooperate with the United Nations.
62). Resolution 681: deplores Israel's resumption of the deportation of Palestinians.
63). Resolution 694: deplores Israel's deportation of Palestinians and calls on it to ensure their safe and immediate return.
64). Resolution 726: strongly condemns Israel's deportation of Palestinians.
65). Resolution 799: strongly condemns Israel's deportation of 413 Palestinians and calls for their immediate return.
The following are the resolutions vetoed by the United States during the period of September, 1972, to May, 1990 to protect Israel from council criticism:
1). Condemned Israel's attack against Southern against southern Lebanon and Syria..."
2). ....affirmed the rights of the Palestinian people to self‑determination, statehood and equal protections..."
3). ...condemned Israel's air strikes and attacks in southern Lebanon and its murder of innocent civilians..."
4). ....called for self‑determination of Palestinian people..."
5). ....deplored Israel's altering of the status of Jerusalem, which is recognized as an international city by most world nations and the United Nations..."
6). ....affirmed the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people..."
7). ....endorsed self‑determination for the Palestinian people..."
8). ....demanded Israel's withdrawal from the Golan Heights..."
9). ....condemned Israel's mistreatment of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip and its refusal to abide by the Geneva convention protocols of civilized nations..."
10). ....condemned an Israeli soldier who shot eleven Moslem worshipers at the Haram al‑Sharif/Temple Mount near Al‑Aqsa Mosque in the Old City of Jerusalem..."
11). ....urged sanctions against Israel if it did not withdraw from its invasion of Lebanon..."
12). ....urged sanctions against Israel if it did not withdraw from its invasion of Beirut..."
13). ....urged cutoff of economic aid to Israel if it refused to withdraw from its occupation of Lebanon..."
14). ....condemned continued Israeli settlements in occupied territories in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, denouncing them as an obstacle to peace..."
15). ....deplores Israel's brutal massacre of Arabs in Lebanon and urges its withdrawal..."
16). ....condemned Israeli brutality in southern Lebanon and denounced the Israeli 'Iron Fist' policy of repression...."
17). ....denounced Israel's violation of human rights in the occupied territories..."
18). ....deplored Israel's violence in southern Lebanon..."
19). ....deplored Israel's activities in occupied Arab East Jerusalem that threatened the sanctity of Muslim holy sites..."
20). ....condemned Israel's hijacking of a Libyan passenger airplane..."
21). ....deplored Israel's attacks against Lebanon and its measures and practices against the civilian population of Lebanon..."
22). ....called on Israel to abandon its policies against the Palestinian intifada that violated the rights of occupied Palestinians, to abide by the Fourth Geneva Conventions, and to formalize a leading role for the United Nations in future peace negotiations..."
23). ....urged Israel to accept back deported Palestinians, condemned Israel's shooting of civilians, called on Israel to uphold the Fourth Geneva Convention, and called for a peace settlement under UN auspices..."
24. ....condemned Israel's... incursion into Lebanon..."
25). ....deplored Israel's... commando raids on Lebanon..."
26). ....deplored Israel's repression of the Palestinian intifada and called on Israel to respect the human rights of the Palestinians..."
27). ....deplored Israel's violation of the human rights of the Palestinians..."
28). ....demanded that Israel return property confiscated from Palestinians during a tax protest and allow a fact‑finding mission to observe Israel's crackdown on the Palestinian intifada..."
29). ...called for a fact‑finding mission on abuses against Palestinians in Israeli‑occupied lands..."
1). King David Hotel, July 22, 1946.
2). Sharafat, Feb. 7, 1951.
3). Deir Yassin, April 10, 1948.
4). Naseruddine, April 14, 1948.
5). Carmel, April 20, 1948.
6). Al‑Qabu, May 1, 1948.
7). Beit Kiras, May 3, 1948.
8). Beitkhoury, May 5, 1948.
9). Az‑Zaytoun, May 6, 1948.
10). Wadi Araba, May 13, 1950.
11). Falameh, April 2, 1951.
12). Quibya, Oct. 14, 1953.
13). Nahalin, March, 28, 1954.
14). Gaza, Feb. 28, 1955.
15). Khan Yunis, May 31, 1955.
16). Khan Yunis Again, Aug. 31, 1955.
17). Banias, October 27, 1955.
18). Tiberia, Dec. 11, 1955.
19). As‑Sabha, Nov. 2, 1955.
20). Gaza Again, April 5, 1956.
21). Houssan, Sept. 25, 1956.
22). Rafa, Aug. 16, 1956.
23). Qalqilyah, Oct. 10, 1956.
24). Ar‑Rahwa, Sept. 12, 1956.
25). Kahr Kassem, Oct. 29, 1956.
26). Gharandal, Sept. 13, 1956.
27). Gaza Strip, Nov. 1956.
28). Gaza-Rafah, August 16-17, 1956.
29). Kh Umn ar Rihan, August 21, 1956.
30). Deir el Balah, August 30, 1956.
31). Kafr Qasim, 1956.
32). Egypt, October 1956.
33). Kafr Kassim, 1956.
34). Gharandal, September 13, 1956.
35). Wachi Fukin, September 25-26, 1956.
36). Qalquiliya, Kh Sufin, Dablah, and En Nabi Ilyas, October 1, 1956.
37). Qalqiliya, October 11, 1956.
38). Husan, October 25-26, 1956.
39). Baqqara and Channame, October 30, 1956.
40). Taba, May 27, 1957.
41). Al-Tur, May 28, 1957.
42). Al-Tur, May 29, 1957.
I could go on and name another hundred incidents of murder of 8222the Palestinians by the Zionists. But these should suffice to show that they are nothing but a bunch of murderers.
Then we must remember that the Israelis tried to sink the U.S.S. Liberty and put the blame on Egypt so America would go to war against that nation, because at the time the Israelis had started a fight with them. Then there is the incident in Lebanon when the Israelis had for knowledge of a bombing to take place against a Marine Base and would not warn our people of it. I could go on for another hundred or so incidents where the Israelis have proven to be anything but a friend to the United States and its people. But since Washington is control by the Zionists there is not much hope that anyone will do anything from there.
Yet I still have some hope that you just might prove to be a real American Statesman and stand up for America for once against these international killers. After all if we go to war against Iraq it will be because the Zionists want us to not because of any threat to America.
Now I full well realize that this letter is longer than you folks like but it was necessary to show that instead of attacking Iraq we should be attacking the Zionists in control of the country called Israeli. I also know that it would be committing political suicide to oppose President Bush in his plans to go to war in order to fight the Zionists enemy.
But I would ask you that if you sincerely mean what you said in paragraph five “I believe my most important job as a United States Senator is to protect the citizens of this nation and the freedom on which our nation was founded.” Then it would appear that instead of attacking Iraq, that we should be attacking the Zionists.
Thank you for your time and consideration,