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    • Yaniv
    • 26.12.13 | 16:45 (IST)

    The Zionist enterprise you so love, that you wish would be contained within the pre-1967 borders would be ended in about 3 seconds, if there was a Palestinian territory as your neighbor. Move to Sderot, and leave the Shfela, and you'll get to experience what happened once Israel pulled out of Gaza. Or stay in the Shfela and return to 1967 borders, and you too will experience the rockets red glare, bombs bursting in the air, right on Dizengoff. Don't talk about your hatred for what's become, talk about a solution that preserves the love for the land of Israel and its survival. It's not such an easy task. Most Arabs who lived in Palestine don't want the 1967 borders, they want the 1948 borders, they want the land you love. So keep on boycotting the West Bank, and learn Dutch it will come in handy with your line of thinking or provide them support and preserve the land you love so dearly.

    from the article: Israel has become Zionism's worst enemy
    First published 02:06 26.12.13 | Last updated 18:35 25.12.13
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