#149 Tim R - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ron
    • 25.03.10 | 15:54 (IST)

    Your first paragraph makes no sense, and I have no idea what you are talking about. It's not necessary to write just to fill up space if you have no substantive comment to make. You are really grasping at straws and trying to slid away from addressing my comments in #146. Obviously every nation in the world, including Arab states, knows that Israel is a state for Jews. But your demand that Arabs recognize Israel as, "Israel the state for the Jewish people (nation)" is asinine. No nation has such an official name. The name of Israel is the State of Israel. Arabs should only recognize Israel in the name it chose for itself, as every other nation in the world does. There is no member state in the UN with the name, "Israel the State for the Jewish People (nation)." That is why my comments quoted by you in the last paragraph of your post are not WRONG. If they are, please explain to us how they are wrong.

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    First published 23:30 04.03.10 | Last updated 13:00 08.03.10
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