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    • Brad
    • 02.09.10 | 00:24 (IDT)

    merely said that they are not in the interest of the Palestinian people? Its monstrous and twisted that Palestinians would think that killing civilians is "normal" even if one accepts, which I do not, that Israels occupation of the West Bank is unlawful. That is not a reason to kill civilians. It may be a reason to fight the military. Were the Palestinian notion of "normal" be accepted, the world would be an even sorrier and bloody place than it already is. Hamas notion of normal is disgusting and demented. And all the more so given that the occupation was the outcome of an unprovoked attack on Israel seeking to terminate her and subsequent refusals of Palestinians and the entire Arab world to recognize Israel and peacefully negotiate the terms of Israel's withdrawal. Sadly, Israel must both negotiate peace and fight those that seek to kill her citizens. One of the things that is missing in Obama's take of events is the celebrations of Pals for killing Jews. Obama and others think this is only about disrupting peace talks, which it no doubt is, but its also an expression of the vile hatred of Jews and the single "minded" dedication of much of that world to do whatever can be done to liquidate us. If your sceptical, see the following clip of a "progressive" Kuwait Professor. http://www.tangle.com/view_video.php?viewkey=0861ff3eabea1ceb73e4&sp=2

    from the article: Two Israelis wounded in second West Bank shooting attack in two days
    First published 23:54 01.09.10 | Last updated 03:39 01.09.10
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