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    • Snaggle
    • 20.05.05 | 15:58 (IDT)

    I agree with much of the artical,perhaps not all. I think Israel could gain much by giving a little. Anyway you look at it the occupied lands have to go back,but even that will never settle the current debt.My own nation was colonised by a new arrival,for this there is a cost to pay in blood.Two cultures trying to occupy one region will clash,you either join them or fight them. Instead of insulting and degrading,israel should be building factories and industries to employ the Palestinians.Like every other human on this planet,they only want to earn enough to raise a family and have a beer on the weekend.(or not if it's a cultural taboo,lol.) The jewish religion is global and welcomed in all nations by followers of other beliefs,this is the truth.Then there are the moronic rabble,like any bully they pick on those they believe are weak or different.Lets face it if you had jewish missionries you would have the biggest religion of all.Islam hold that prise but the Christians are trying hard,lol.

    from the article: Something for everyone - to hate
    First published 00:00 20.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 20.05.05
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