#47, Noor - About Occupation - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joe
    • 18.06.06 | 14:19 (IDT)

    '...but as long as Israel is the occupier and the palestinians are occupied, all israelis should be treated as such...' Noor speaks about occupation as if it is dirty word. In many cases, it is. Like the one when Iraq occupied Kuwait in 1991. In this occupation, the Palestinian legitimate representative, the PLO, supported the....occupiers(!) In other cases, however, occupation is nobel. Like when the allied forces during WWII occupied Japan or Germany (which lost territories as a result of its aggression). The reason the Palestninans got themselves occupied, Noor, is because they made an attempt on the life a neighbour (Israel). Until this day pay the price for that, because they haven't changed their goals. Oh, by the way, the PLO tried also to overthrough the Jordanian monarchy in 1970...but you know better than me what punishment did the Palestinians receive from their Jordanian brothers for trying to do that...

    from the article: Palestinian university president comes out against boycott of Israeli academics
    First published 00:00 17.06.06 | Last updated 00:00 17.06.06
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