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    • Kim: UP
    • 11.09.05 | 16:58 (IDT)

    Dutch: "Khalid-- You are soo right--Israel must return the stolen goods to the Palestinian people and return to the 1967 Green Line. " Israel has stolen nothing. It took land which had been previously occupied by Jordan and Egypt when those countries attacked Israel. Those territories were not of the "Palestinians" because those Neverlanders have never owned them. Dutch: "The Occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem is illegal under international law and nobody in the entire world recognizes Israeli sovereignty over them. " That "occupation" is not illegal, however much you insist. Are you the entire world? Dutch: "Besides it is morally unacceptable in this day and age for any nation to be subjugating another nation." Here you are right. And I add more: it is morally unacceptable even if the people who subjugate others are not a nation. So the Arab terrorists deserve our condemnation. Dutch: "No one I know in the West will support this either." Everybody I know in the west supports Israel and understand its struggle against those who want it to disappear, and are against the terrorists who murder Israelis. Dutch: "Certainly, not those involved with any peace and justice movements and 150 countries who voted against the wall, nor the World Council of Churches or indeed the Vatican. (Just make that the entire world -- the list will get too long.) " Those countries which voted against the FENCE (a shame: it should be the Chinese wall)are supporting the subjugation of the Israelis by the Arabs. Because this fence purpose is to prevent terrorist attacks. And those countries are hypocritical because some of them have also installed fences and true walls even inside others' territory. So you are Popist. What a surprise.

    from the article: Who will come to Silvan?
    First published 00:00 11.09.05 | Last updated 00:00 11.09.05
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