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    • Demcratic American
    • 27.01.07 | 19:20 (IST)

    Palestinians should not throw stones, these children should be learning, not throwing stones. They know, IDF soldiers shoot when stones are thrown at them, do not do it. At the same time, Israel needs to not send these very young men to these jobs. Occupation is an ugly job to do, and if it must be done, then do it with maturity. Israelis have a choice to not occupy, but if they choose to occupy then they are responsible for the hatred occupation creates. At the same time, this problem will not be solved by Israel just moving back to it's 1967 borders, due to the hatred created by occupation there are people in Palestine who want to wipe out Israel and they will use that vaccum created by the leaving of IDF to attack Israel. If Palestinians want to get the occupied lands back, they will have to also rise from helplessness to taking responsibility for what happens in their lands. The moderates in Palestine will have to create law and order and control extremism. Very complex situation.

    from the article: Twilight Zone / 'I've lost my heart'
    First published 00:00 25.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.01.07
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