#15 Ferry - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Daniel
    • 31.01.10 | 17:58 (IST)

    The difference between what Germany, and other former NAZI countries did and Israel, is clear. If you are too ignorant to realize it, you need to taught. Hopefully (though doubtful) you will learn something. NAZI's ordered the systemic genocide of a people. They're goal was total extermination. Israel has extended its hand in peace to Arab states for 60 years. It is the ONLY country EVER asked to return land to an aggressor nation after capturing it in a DEFENSIVE war. Palestine never existed as a state at any time in history. A Palestinian Arab is no different than a Jordanian. Jordan comprised the majority of the Palestinian Mandate. Therefore reparations are not required from Israel. Since the 1960's Arafat led a terror group that's goal was to destroy Israel. At no time was he a partner for peace. With Hamas and Hezbollah there is still no partner. As for the guy in the UAE...probably died naturally and Hamas wants political hay

    from the article: Dubai not ruling out Mossad hand in murder of Hamas official
    First published 08:21 31.01.10 | Last updated 15:37 07.02.10
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