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    • Baruch
    • 06.05.05 | 19:50 (IDT)

    Dear Dorothy, Crying is helpless. The gas chambers in Aushvits were crowded by crying men and women. After the Holocaust remaining Jews decided: Never again. The founder of the Israel did everything for it. Don't talk me about non existence Israel partner for peace. All of Israel politics from the main streams were the partners. All of them from Ben-Gurion to Sharon. What about Arabs? What did Arafat reply to Barak? He said: NO, NO, NO...Israel yes, but with Arab's majority! Do you like here this majority? If your reply is "yes", it means you nothing studied from Holocaust. By the way, what do you know about dangerous and non-dangerous for Jews countries? Was Germany dangerous for Jews in 1932? My relatives told that it was non-dangerous. Is the Jewish assimilation in America non-dangerous for Jewish people? What the countries are non-dangerous for Jews? France? Jewish kids there are bitten in the streets and school yards. May be England? Look at BBC anti-Semitic ?reporters?. Look at their ?politics? and king family. May be you are blind?

    from the article: Does Israel want peace?
    First published 00:00 06.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 06.05.05
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