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    • jon
    • 01.12.09 | 18:14 (IST)

    so let's see, the land you live on was stolen. Ergo, if the indians don't like the deal they got, they have a right to suicide bomb your family in a cafe, say in dallas, and then tell you that you need to leave, and you would leave? unlike your situation where you are on someone else's land, israel has always been on the same land... In 1967, israel fought a defensive war and kept land that was used to attack them from and ever after always asked to trade it back for full recognition and the 'pals' always refused...not to mention the fact that it wasnt 'pal' land before...it was egyptian and jordanian. "palestine" for 2,000 yrs was known as home of the jews..the romans gave it that name..only gaza has some history for the come lately "pals"...the pals want more than just WB and Gaza...so do all of the arabs..how do you feel about hamas, it's charter, or the PA's unamended charter? when are you leaving dallas?

    from the article: Livni to Sweden: Ditch EU plan on dividing Jerusalem
    First published 02:32 01.12.09 | Last updated 13:56 19.12.09
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