Israel's compassion in Haiti can't hide our ugly face in Gaza - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joyce Boll
    • 23.01.10 | 17:52 (IST)

    Grow up, Akiva. Are you so love-starved that you think defending the Palestinians is going to make them and the World like you? There are plenty of Oil-rich countries with the means to rebuild Gaza. If any of the Arab Muslims really cared about the well-being and development of the Palestinians, there would be proper medical facilities, schools, urban planning and proper sewage structures in place in Gaza. Also, every Palestinian who was born in a Arab-Muslim country would have been humanely absorbed into these host countries, rather than treated like refugees/2nd class citizens for the past 60 years. My point is that the Gazans' and their Arab-Muslim brethren have put their money where their mouths are: Weapons. Unlike the Gazans, the People of Haiti, Thailand and Kenya do not seem obsessed with the destruction of Israel or Jewish People. It's sad to see you, a seemingly articulate man show no signs of common sense.

    from the article: Israel's compassion in Haiti can't hide our ugly face in Gaza
    First published 01:09 18.01.10 | Last updated 09:26 18.01.10
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