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    • samuel gurewicz
    • 19.04.10 | 04:36 (IDT)

    I would like to remind you that "settlements" was the innitiative of the Labour governments much before this present "right wing" government. East Jerusalem was annexed by a Labour government in the late 60's, not by a "right wing" government. The Arab peace plan is a recepy for disaster and anyone accepting that, is accepting a sucidal plan for the State of Israel. So Me Akiva Elder, If you are pushing this peace plan, you are no better than the enemies of the Jewish people. I would like to believe that you are just very naive and not an enemy of Israel. But your articles in Haaretz, makes it progressively difficult to believe that. You and people like Gideon Levy should really leave Israel and settle somewhere where people will respect and loive you. Somewhere like Rammalla or Gaza city.

    from the article: This Independence Day, Israel still turning its back on the Arab peace plan
    First published 00:48 19.04.10 | Last updated 15:23 19.04.10
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