Israel wants war - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 12.05.10 | 18:41 (IDT)

    to say that no one wants war is an understatement. You know israel has been been pushing for war since its defeat in 2006. If it is not the politicians, it is the press and if it is not the press it is the rabbis. Israel is a cultural of war and occupation. If Lebanese or Syrians arm themselves against Israel's aggression, it is not good for peace. But if Israel arms itself, it is good, you are saying. What kind of biased is that. If Israel really wants peace, it would need to stop violating Lebanon's air space daily, it would give back the Shebbaa farms and it would give back the Golan Heights to Syria. If Israel really really wants peace it would give the Palestinians their rights and a homeland. Justice is before peace. when Israelis understand that, then there is a prospect for peace. Please stop making excuses for war. You know Israelis are dying to start a war in the area because that is what Israel is all about: Wars. it is so unfortunate for everyone, but it is the reality and until Israelis see it and understand, there is no peace.

    from the article: MESS Report / Nobody wants war, but Israel-Lebanon border is heating up
    First published 04:58 12.05.10 | Last updated 04:58 12.05.10
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