#3 Neil - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Sol
    • 26.06.10 | 21:21 (IDT)

    People like you are the reason that there is no peace today. Yours is a completely one sided narrative devoid of any understanding of the reality of the other side. There are two sides to this conflict, two truths, and justice is needed for both Israelis and Palestinians - you have no real interest in either truth or justice. Your first sentence says it all - "so-called state" - no mention that the "so-called state" was attacked at birth by all its neighbors who rejected partition and the rights of Jews to live in their land - they were intent on committing genocide Sir and they made that intent very clear. That is the genesis of the conflict, rejection of the right of Jews to live in their land. Until that rejection ends there will not be peace.

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    First published 20:34 25.06.10 | Last updated 20:34 25.06.10
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