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    • Ron Paul
    • 14.12.11 | 06:11 (IST)

    but occupying land and demographic wars to usurp power are not tactics used only by extremist Jews but most average Arabs who believe that Arabic, language, culture and Islam should dominate all land including Israel. Second, the Israeli Army is an occupational force no question about it but so is any armed Arab group from PLO to Hamas. Jewish, Christian, Samaritan, Druze, Beduin, etc. civilians are all legal occupiers because Judea and Samaria are disputed territories, as is Jordan itself. The fact that Jews are not allowed to settle in Jordan is apartheid. Oslo restricted the reach of Israeli army, police, government, and civilians but didn't abrogate it, because many violations of Oslo by Arabs are considered acts of war under international law and thus give Israel the right to respond. Israel to has not observed all clauses of Oslo to the letter but by comparison, the number of violations is smaller and less severe.

    from the article: Jewish rock-throwers are more equal
    First published 02:44 14.12.11 | Last updated 02:44 14.12.11
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