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    • peter
    • 28.05.06 | 21:56 (IDT)

    In part for the same reason they are against the States. Jealousy and envy. It's the little country that could, she succeeds despite being surrounded by a sea of countries who have never accepted her. She has against all odds survived each and every war that has been thrust on her. She was set up to die on birth and lived instead. She has handled a vicious campaign of terrorism that has been going on since well before the '67 war by a people who deny her very existence. She conducts herself properly and with dignity against a ruthless campaign of revisionist history. She refuses to be ensnared in the arabs longterm policy of entanglement and has not escalated things to the degree that the arabs have hoped. It isn't anything new and doesn't surprise us, after all the rail lines to auschwitz could easily have been bombed and the allies wouldn't. Canada had a "one is too many" policy and refused entry to jews fleeing Europe. Nu,the world against us is a proof of something?

    from the article: A bullies' alliance
    First published 00:00 28.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 28.05.06
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