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    • alex
    • 01.08.06 | 09:03 (IDT)

    In reference to all of those who speak of Israel's justice war and israel's just occupation, let me remind you that israel has hundreds of illegal jewish only settlements in the west bank, gaza, and east juersalem (palestinian land) and while the jews that live there have water and a place to live, the palestinians have their houses bulldozed and are living in a prison. So if you next door neighbor has a swimming pool (the neighbor who has no right occupying that land) and you cant get enough water for your family to drink, what will you do? Israel has yet to comply with Security Council Res 242 and return to pre 1967 borders and they will never willingly do so. We need to look at this crisis not just from the viewpoint of the recent attack on lebanon and the kidnapping of soldiers, but the wider and deeper implications which include the military regime that is controlling the west bank and gaza.

    from the article: ANALYSIS: Giving the war an image of victory, not a draw
    First published 00:00 01.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 01.08.06
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