It's just so funny - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Rachel Clark
    • 28.06.13 | 04:16 (IDT)

    It;s just so funny how this modern day Israel rides on the coat tales of an ancient Hebrew peoples who they have no connection to what so ever, the vaccume of time defies any connection to this past and this land, the historical biblicalSusya. It's just so funny this modern day Israel reads the ancient history of a peoples, another peoples biblical narrative and just lays claim to all, this is the worst theft known to man and is basically criminal and fraudulent. It not only hurts the disspossesed but those that lie to themselves and these are the results, daily conflict. Time has not submitted itself to a peoples 3,200 year old claim on a land.

    from the article: Israel weighs demolition of flagship EU sustainability project in West Bank village of Susya
    First published 16:42 27.06.13 | Last updated 16:42 27.06.13
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