It isn't racist to say the truth; settling isnt ethnic cleansing! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Aaron C
    • 27.04.10 | 19:56 (IDT)

    Is it really racist to say that Arab cafes are not blown up by Jewish suicide bombers? Is it really racist to say that Arab planes are not hijacked by Jewish terrorists? Is it really racist to say that human rights, justice, and economic success, are more progressive in Israel than in the Arab countries? It's not ethnic cleansing if the Arabs who live in the Land of Israel, all decide that they'd rather move to live under the dictatorial rule of whichever corrupt despot seems most attractive to them at the time. It's certainly not ethnic cleansing if instead, the Arabs choose to stay in the Land of Israel, because they know that the Jewish state even provides non-Jews standards of education, justice, prosperity and equality that Arab countries couldn't. It IS racist, and it IS ethnic cleansing, if the Arabs want to drive Israel back to the sea, and destroy the Jews. Listen to what their TV, radio, propaganda say. The threat exists, and it isn't racist to deal with it!

    from the article: State considers retroactively legalizing West Bank outpost
    First published 19:55 25.04.10 | Last updated 22:55 25.04.10
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