I don't get it with some of the posters here - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Neil
    • 04.02.10 | 05:27 (IST)

    Some of the people posting here act as if the Golan is Israels and that acquisition of land through warfare is legitimate. This is crazy talk. The occupied Golan has to go back to Syria just as Tel Aviv would have to go back to Israel if it was occupied by another country. If you propose any other idea, then you are supporting the destruction of Israel as you legitimise attacks and occupation of your country. The Golan has no Tactical/Strategic military value given Israels missiles and war planes. Anyone using it to attack could be annihilated within a few hours. It is a source of water but that is no reason to hold it illegally. Give it up and search for peace. Hold it and you ensure war. Just as if Tel Aviv was occupied. By the way, I am not going to be affected. I live in NZ and in some ways enjoy the wars in the ME as a weird form of entertainment. I would much prefer to see an outbreak of peace for Israel which would seriously restrict international terrorist

    from the article: Netanyahu cool to calls for fresh Syria talks
    First published 02:32 04.02.10 | Last updated 09:19 04.02.10
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