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    • Chachmeister
    • 28.03.07 | 14:36 (IST)

    ...Polite and in exchange I expect you to stick to the facts. You have confused being AGAINST the bombing of southern Lebanon and being FOR a terrorist organization that started a war against the country in which you live. Don't regurgitate your vitriol upon me. I was against the war also. I could care less about the Lebanese that died if it would have achieved the purported objectives - but it didn't. Rockets were still fired upon Israel, the corpses of Goldwasser and Regev have remained with the Hezbollah. Hezbollah is a regional agent provocateur. They have no casus belli from Israel's side (the Sheba farms are part of Syria, not Lebanon. If Hezbollah really want them, I suggest they take it up with Assad The Dorktator). Even the UN realized that, and stated that Israel had left southern Lebanon six years ago. I agree with you on the count of farsightedness: Israeli Arabs may well find themselves annexed to one of our neighbors someday and taking their side is expected.

    from the article: Poll: 50% of Israeli Jews support state-backed Arab emigration
    First published 00:00 27.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 27.03.07
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