#42 Heather Czerniak get a clue. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ade Adeosun
    • 30.03.10 | 18:12 (IDT)

    what the right wing in Israel cant seem to accept is history is history, the world changes for a reason and u cannot at a whim decide to undo hundreds and thousands of years of social evolution and conquest merely on jewish mythology. Phoenicia existed as a documented factual civilisation with lands that stretch through israel and syria way before Israel was ever created. The Israel that exists today is not the biblical mythological Israel, it is a State with borders that was created to give Jews a home in the aftermath of WW2. Unfortunately for the whole world the people that took control of this state have meshed their religious crackery into an idea that what was recreated was the biblical Israel. That Israel is gone forever it will never exist again, and definitly not on the justification that it existed 3000 years ago, if that were a justifiable excuse then Israel has no right to exist as Phoenicia existed before Israel and by Israeli logic has more right to those lands.

    from the article: The plague of darkness has struck modern Israelites
    First published 02:06 29.03.10 | Last updated 10:33 29.03.10
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