Israel is one big criminal enterprise. They don't always agree on the best method to profit at the Palestinian's expense, but this is what they are all focused on doing. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • harzion
    • 06.04.12 | 04:27 (IDT)

    There are no Israeli Jews, including on the high court that want to return any land to the Palestinians. They sometimes disagree on the most efficient methods of taking what the Palestinians have left without taking in any Palestinians. There are basically two political groups in Israel. The right wingers and the ultra right wingers. The ultra right just want to trample over the Palestinians and take all they have as soon as possible and not take any of the Palestinians as citizens. Israel's right wing wants to take all the Palestinians have at a slower rate, giving some of the Palestinians a chance to depart of their own accord. It is this difference in approaches that leads to most of Israel's internal political disputes.

    from the article: Israel to spend NIS 25 million on temporary housing for Migron settlers
    First published 02:16 06.04.12 | Last updated 02:16 06.04.12
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