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    • Tali
    • 30.05.06 | 04:11 (IDT)

    Come on Akiva, spare us your nonsense. Why do you always have to come up with tortuously elaborate arguments on how our politicians would have to "invent" Palestinian intransigence/terrorism/sheer evil/political shortsightedness, or whatever unsavory quality the so-called "Palestinians" display at any given moment (and there's never a shortage, right Khalid?), if they were not displaying those qualities already? Why do you always have to assume that our politicians "want" for the so-called "Palestinians" to behave like first-rate criminals, just so we can do what we want? Can't you just accept the fact that Israel is right and the "Palestinians", by virtue of the abovementioned qualities, have been wrong from the onset? Why would we want to invent such monstrosities as the "Palestinians" are displaying?

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