# 20 Lisa the "peace-lover" (and also the "pseudo-moderate" S) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Swiss (Dino)
    • 24.12.09 | 13:05 (IST)

    Again, sorry to remind you, Lisa, but you Israelis/Diasporas are totally isolated in this world, when it comes to your belief that the West Bank is part of Israel. Even your closest allies (U.S./UK/France/Germany) do not agree with you, not even to mention the whole rest of the International community. "Jews have every right to reside in Hebron etc. as Arabs reside in Tel Aviv and Haifa" Well, what might be the little difference here...??? Arabs in Israel are living in a sovereign state, where as a minority, they have to respect and obey to the laws made by the Jewish majority. I have no problem, if the settlers wanna live in a future Palestinian state, but then they have to become citizens of that state and respect its laws in exactly the same way. As I said before, you are unfortunate to come a bit late in history, 200 years ago, nobody would have had a problem with Israels current "master and servant" approach.... Simply bad timing, so to speak..:)

    from the article: U.S. official blasts Israel envoy's 'unfortunate' J-Street remarks
    First published 02:57 24.12.09 | Last updated 10:50 24.12.09
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