A Palestinian teen who tried to stab an Israeli woman in the West Bank was run over and shot to death. Her father, imam of the refugee camp where she grew up, says his daughter was 'responding to the occupation.'04:30 28.11.15 | 0 comments
belongs to whom. Its job is to protect Israelis from the crazies that surround her. History tells us that Samariah and Judea was a Jewish state, that it was occupied by Romans, that the bulk of the Jewish population was disbursed, that disbursed Jews were subject to inhumane treatement and genocide almost everywhere they went, that the Romans were violently occupied by Muslims, that the Jews maintained a significant population in what became known as Palestine even a majority of population in Jerusalem past the middle 10th century and that Jews finally, having tried to live elsewhere without success, finally, with the imprimateur of the international community, came back to their homeland. As to your genetics point, we all share a common ancestry; we are all human beings. We have in common that we are born and die. Between those two points we have considerable influence and choices about how we live.