"In some ways the more extremist elements that we see today in Israel are a symptom of the frustration of those 30 years of peace not having being achieved and the many years of suicide bombings. These things tend to harden peoples opinions." I can understand that, but surely that then puts even more onus on Jews outside Israel who have not had such personal experience of all this, to act as a moderating influence. Also, another quick question. You're obviously a decent person but don't you think Arabs in Israel should have the same treatment that you receive in Britain? I mean I regard Jewish Brits as every much a part of the British people as I am. My family's probably been here thousands of years, but we're all immigrants in the end and one of teh great things about Britain is immigration that's built the complex, exciting society we have. But because Zionists want Israel as The Jewish state, Arabs are discriminated against in housing, immigration, public funding etc.
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