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    • MichaelChristianguy
    • 15.07.06 | 04:58 (IDT)

    Look at it: Israel is surrounded by 3 hostile countries and 2 countries that could go iranian (Jordan and Egypt) any second. Give tiny Israel a break Christian people if the jews were not fighting for us these people would be closer than ever at our doorstep. Is is a western democratic nation with a ocean of enemies at it's doorstep. We in the west are ignorant because we still don't have fanaticals on own doorstep shooting missiles at us so it is easier to blame the 'rich' jews that to release the fanatic enemies Israel is agianst and a tiny 6 million people nation at that. Israel is tiny fighting a enemy with vastly more territory and people and they are relentless. Maybe if all italy turned into iran and attacked the vatican you people see the situation. Israel is the vatican and the Arab world is Italy. Israel needs this response or else it is doomed by a vastly bigger enemy. Can the vatican stand up to all of Italy if invaded....think about it?

    from the article: Caught with its pants down
    First published 00:00 14.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.07.06
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