Cipora and zeev re:# 126 & 129 - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • American in NY
    • 29.12.07 | 03:58 (IST)

    What such an assault would have cost a Palestinian? Most likely his life.- zeev # 126 Zeev, to answer the first question a Palestinian would most likely be found guilty of being Palestinian. To confront an Israeli antagonist would be tantamount to committing suicide. Which begs the question; is this why the Palestinians have so little to lose that they are willing to chose targeted suicide? Your post is irrelevant to the point I was making.-CJK #129 Cipors, His post is very relevant to the discussion that has been taking place here. But,the other underlying point is that if equal treatment under the law is not the law of the land, then what differentiates Israel from the Islamic Sharia laws that you and others like to hold up as backward and uncivilized compared to the democratic state of Israel? You need to address this if not with us here, but at least in your own mind. This situation is not a secret and is not lost on other people around the world. Regards

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