# 53 Lynn --Israel is root cause of terrorism - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • tbora
    • 12.08.07 | 18:41 (IDT)

    Israel is root cause of what has become terrorism. If there was no Israel set up on expropriated or stolen land belonging to others there would have been no reaction. When a wronged people cannot find succour against a powerfully backed thief such a Israel is by the US, they react in whatever way they can. Remember the partisans during WW2 in France and other countries against Germany? Or the Kaamikaze Japanese pilots in the Pacific in WW2 who as last resort opted to die. Yes if Israel is moved elswhere what yu call Muslim terrorism will end but that another kind of terrorism wherever Israel is installed will not begin cannot be guaranteed. If Israel is set up in Antartica no saying if it will not give rise to terrorism of the penguins and seals. Israel will do itself and the world a favour by seeking and negotiating peace with Palestinians. Time is against Israel and the Palestinians are not about to give up their struggle.

    from the article: No to evacuation
    First published 00:00 12.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 12.08.07
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