J street - Anti Israel and Anti peace - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dr Laurie
    • 25.03.12 | 05:45 (IST)

    J street, Peace Now, Meretz, Machsom watch, shovrim shtika, Rabbis/Physicians for HR have supported Fatah, Hamas, Arafat and other Arab extremists. These are confused people that go out of their way to support Arab extremism. They are despicable and they are the #1 cause that peace in the middle east is so difficult to achieve. These pro Palestinian activists have sent a solid message to Islamo-fascists that their struggle is just and that they can use violence because their cause is justified. They have also convinced the Arabs that they shouldn't compromise. They blame the conflict on occupation and they ignore the real cause of the conflict which is Muslim intolerance and hate that is propagated by the PA and the Hamas! They Israeli left along with European left cheer on Israel's biggest enemies making peace so difficult. Only the Likud and Israel's centrists can advance peace. The Arabs must realize that they are at fault for saying no in 47, 67, and 2000 and peace will only happen if the Arabs make serious gestures showing they want peace. Wanting peace means being willing to pay a price which is accepting that Israel will never and can never go back to 67 borders!

    from the article: J Street stresses urgency of peace in opening of annual conference in Washington
    First published 02:33 25.03.12 | Last updated 02:33 25.03.12
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