#74 A.M (6th Try) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tim R
    • 07.03.10 | 09:20 (IST)

    "If Emile Zola had used discretion, Dreyfuss would have rotten in jail"(A.M) Not a good analogy A.M. Captain Dreyfuss was a French Jew who was set up by anti-semites and was wrongfully accused of betraying his country. If you point at a similar circumstance in Israel whereby innocent Arabs are set up and wrongfully accused of betraying Israel then I would agree with you. But thats not what IS happening is it? Israel has been in a 62 year old war which is NOT of its making. And in the course of that war, it is fighting against millions of Palestinian Arabs AND their supporters who hope to wipe Israel off the face of the Middle East. Or are you saying that Dreyfuss was supported by millions of Jews who hoped to wipe France off the face of Europe? "If you think our leaders are bringing our country to a point of no return and endangering our future as a jewish country your duty is to shout even stronger than B.B."(A.M) Yes, I have no problems with that if you really think so. But then I would expect you to come up with specific and detailed alternatives to outline what YOU would do instead. My problem is that I am NOT hearing such alternatives coming from the HARD left. So here is YOUR chance, lets hear what YOU would do instead and take it from there ... "he is not betraying military secrets..."(A.M) No he is NOT. But even if that is NOT his real intention, he is helping those who want to make Israel a Pariah state. Do you think that is good for Israel? "and we are not at war..."(A.M) Really? That is news to me. Just ask the following suspects if they agree with you: - Hamas - Hezbollah - Iran - Syria - Islamic Jihad - Other assorted Pal Arab terrorist factions I do assume that if THEY profess to be at war with Israel, then you too would agree that Israel is automatically at war with them, whether Israel likes it or not?

    from the article: Jews who want to see Jews leave Israel
    First published 23:30 04.03.10 | Last updated 13:00 08.03.10
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