Here is an example of what the reaction of the terrorists would be if we pulled out of Iraq before the terrorists were squashed.
Aug 27, 9:21 AM (ET)By IBRAHIM
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) - The Islamic militant group Hamas released a videotape of a shadowy senior commander who has eluded Israeli forces for more than a decade, taking another shot in a Palestinian power struggle over who should get credit for Israel's pullout from Gaza. The man, identifying himself as fugitive bombmaker Mohammed Deif, described Israel's withdrawal as a victory for armed resistance, rejected calls for his group to disarm and vowed to continue attacking Israel until the Jewish state is erased from the map.
"You are leaving Gaza today in shame," he said in comments directed at Israel. "Today you are leaving hell. But we promise you that tomorrow all Palestine will be hell for you, God willing."