I have to ask, what did Israelis think they were - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    creating when they promoted, paid for, and defended the colonization of the W. Bank. Do not the people out there have a right to feel entitled to the land and benefits the rest of Israel has provided for all these years? Israel has always used violence to defend itself against those who don't agree with its policies. Why wouldn't the entitled residents of the W. Bank feel the same way. It doesn't matter whether they are acting violently against the Palestinians, though they seldom pay any price for that, or the IDF which is charged with enforcing lawful orders that they move out of their stolen land, they have learned that violence works. After all, just last week, it was suggested that if they would just quit attacking the IDF the right wing government would find a way to legalize their theft of others property. When others have said that Israel is reaping what it has sown, this is what they mean.

    from the article: Right-wing extremists' growing influence on the West Bank is worrisome
    First published 01:00 09.01.12 | Last updated 01:00 09.01.12
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