Be'er Sheva court accuses men of illegally hiding and transporting welding wires, cables into the Strip along with legal items.15:41 01.12.15 | 0 comments
"Why did the Palestinians never talk about a state before 1967 when they had all the land which is being asked for now?" Because it was never threatened before then. A look in history shows Arabs demanding for more than they have, until it is threatened, then they demand what they already have. It was this mentality that brought about Arafat's terror wars after 1967 - because Israel offered it for peace right away. Same with the massive offerings to Arafat at Camp David. Once something is secured as an offering by the other side, Arabs use warfare and terror to extract more concessions. It's the big chasm between Western and Arabic thinking. One tactic tossed around in Israel was to give Pals the West Bank and Gaza, but to make them believe they "won" it through fighting - to give a sense of ownership. Then it was realized that this excites them to fight for it all and that Israel is weak - just like leaving Gaza, leaving S. Lebanon, and withdraw from Nablus area.