That red line is drawn around the (imaginary) territory called "Greater Israel's Borders."
Let's see: half of Iraq, all of Lebanon and Jordan, most of Syria, a big giant chunk of Saudi Arabia, and a generous hunk of Egypt. Maybe a little Turkey, too. Yeah. I'm sure nobody has a problem with that. Seems reasonable...if you're a megalomaniacal psychopathic excuse for a human being.
See kids, that (CIA-asset and AQ head terrorist, aka Tim Osman) Osama bin Laden, got it all wrong in 2003. He is such a propagandist, that Osama. And a terrorist. So you should not listen to anything the (dead) man said. Obviously, he put forth these vicious ideas to slander the Jewish State, which is peace loving, by making these disparaging and silly claims:
That is just riDICulous.
In February 2003 an audiotape purportedly from Osama bin Laden called President Bush "stupid" and claimed American war plans against Iraq were part of a plot to attack Muslim nations in the Middle East and North Africa. The United States' goal in waging war against Iraq is to change the regional map to benefit Israel, according to the raspy voice said to be bin Laden. "It is clear that the preparations to attack Iraq are part of a series of attacks prepared for nations of the region including Syria, Iran, Egypt and Sudan," the voice said. "The aim of the Crusaders' campaign is to prepare the atmosphere for the establishment of the so-called greater Israel state, which includes great parts of Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Jordan and large portions of (Saudi Arabia)," it said.
This conception of a Greater Israel encompassing much of the Middle East is evidently a pervasive element of popular culture in the region, and it is easy to understand how this would be taken up by bin Laden and other propagandists. By asserting that Israel seeks to occupy the territories of many other countries in the region, it places the Palestinians on the front line of a struggle common to all people in the region.
Yes. Let us remember that. I would suggest you remember all these things when you see the latest hasbara campaign promoting Israel as a victim of Iranian-backed terror.
On 04 September 2001 a demonstration was held in Jerusalem to support of the Idea of the State Israel from the Nile to the Euphrates. It was organised by the movement Bead Artzein ("For the Homeland"), headed by rabbi and historian Avrom Shmulevic from Hebron. According to Shmulevic, "We shall have no peace as long as the whole territory of the Land of Israel will not return under Jewish control.... A stable peace will come only then, when Israel will return to itself all its historical lands, and will thus control both the Suez and the Ormudz channel.... We must remember that Iraqi oil fields too are located on the Jewish land."
TIP's ad campaign is designed to encourage the world community to work for a peaceful solution to the Iranian nuclear crisis and to increase awareness that Iran is largely responsible for training, arming and funding Hamas, which has fired 6,500-plus rockets at Israeli civilians since Israel completely withdrew from Gaza in August 2005. The ad is scheduled to begin running Monday on CNN, CNN Headline News, Fox News Channel and MSNBC, and will be broadcast more than 600 times overall. [Is that all? People should be ready to gouge their own eyeballs out after only the first 100 times.] Yesterday, in her confirmation hearing, Secretary of State-Designate Hillary Clinton also focused on the need to stop the threat of Iran.Click through for the gory detail, and get ready, because here it comes. More whining from Israel. More victimhood. More war. More money. Crying and shooting, all the time. Always thinking that we goyim actually believe that we really are cattle, and the Jewish people really are superior, and of course we should turn over every lever of our government to Israel and lay down our very lives to kill Arab people for Israel's sake, if that's what they require to be happy.