Even now you mouth the usual cliches and excuses. You get what you deserve. Absolutely nothing. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Whine whine whine
    • 23.06.13 | 19:39 (IDT)

    Typical Arab thinking. Always blame Israel for their own shortcomings. Always revert to the same old tired excuses of Israel "stealing" the land and Israel created the mess. Maybe if you had accepted the Partition Plan and not tried to wipe us out you would of had a State. Maybe if King Hussein had not listened to Nassers lies and entered into the 1967 war you could of had a state. Maybe if once again the Arabs had not stated, No Peace, No Recognition, No Negotiations in Khartoum you would of had a state, Maybe if Arafat had not walked away from every attempt to make peace and instead sent suicide bombers into our malls, buses, restaurants and schools we would trust you, maybe if you would stop making absurd pre conditions to sitting down at a peace table. Maybe....maybe... Maybe. The story of the Palestinians.

    from the article: Bulldozing Palestinian history on Israel's southern hills
    First published 09:30 22.06.13 | Last updated 09:30 22.06.13
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