#133 Ben Jabber---well, so what? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ballistic
    • 02.10.07 | 04:56 (IST)

    #1, you have no proof if and when writings are found Zionists have ANY tie to the folks that left them, and hence the fact that they exist entitles you to nothing, goose egg, nada. So we find Indian artifacts in the US, do you think voters would support Indians getting back land cause they owned it 200 years (not thousands of years) ago? With respect to Americans who fought and died, you have a very narrow view of what constitutes "fighting and dying" for somebody else. If I start some BS, and I can't handle the situation, I look to a friend who can, get it? And in the course of that friend 'getting my back' behind my outrageous BS, the friend gets killed. You would argue he didn't die for me, but I would beg to differ arguing that in fact he did. Of course, you don't think rationally so why waste my time. Our philosophies are different and from your posts, they will never meet; I will continue to point out the equivocal nature of your posts-there are always 2 sides to 1 issue.

    from the article: Syria: Israel is spreading false reports in order to justify war
    First published 00:00 29.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 29.09.07
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