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    • Lavi - Seattle
    • 13.08.13 | 15:49 (IDT)

    With all due respect to all those Israelis who sincerely desire peace so badly that they will do everything in their power to achieve it except commit national suicide, you have already collectively been dehumanized tragically and unfortunately by militant Palestinians who have renamed all those in Israel to the last name of Fogel in mental preparation to eventually try and kill them all if they could without a troubling conscience to hinder them. The '67 borders didn't look good at all to the militant Palestinians back in '67, neither did the '48 borders look so good to them back in '48 and that's why those defensive wars had to be fought by Israel. No infidel Jewish State can dare to exist in middle eastern lands previously conquered and confiscated by Imperial Islam to help satiate its regional hegemony and beyond foreign policy and no Jewish State will be allowed to exist in any other part of the world either long term when Islam makes its hoped for drive world-wide to establish the Ummah.

    from the article: No settlements, no Iranian threat
    First published 17:36 11.08.13 | Last updated 17:36 11.08.13
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