# 98 Gabe - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Nick Ferriman
    • 02.07.07 | 19:59 (IDT)

    Dear Gabe, In your post to Danite, you asked him four questions to prove Arafat is not a terrorist. I will ask you four similar questions about the Israeli leadership: 1. How many IDF soldiers have been arrested and incarcerated for the murder and deaths of thousands of unarmed Palestinians? 2. How many artillery crews have been arrested and incarcerated for shelling and killing scores if not hundreds of Palestinian women and children in their homes? 3. How many Jewish militants or armed settler groups have been disbanded? 4. How much effort has been put into sincere peace negotiations? The answer to all of these questions is NONE. Israel is not a modern secular democracy. It is a state that uses terror on a daily basis. Regards.

    from the article: Fatah is waiting for Israel
    First published 00:00 02.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.07.07
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