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    • peter
    • 29.05.06 | 07:23 (IDT)

    Aside from the fact that the DBG quote is false as well as the other 200 on the web site, I know there is no reason to believe me or anybody else here. How about you try this on though. In the '67 war, in the '73 war, Israel as I'm sure you are aware was in very easy reach of Amman and Damascus, were on the other side and in Egypt, within reach of Cairo. If any of the aspirations that they attribute to Israel were true, wouldn't Israel have taken the capitals??? Israel sat minutes from Beirut, could easily have taken the country but they didn't. Each time a cease-fire was requested Israel agreed, she could have easily overun the surrounding countries but didn't want to. Especially in '67, the arab armies were running too fast for the Israelis to even catch them. I know it isn't a "proof" but considering the amount of revisionist history out there, you may want to consider what makes "sense" and what is just babble.

    from the article: A bullies' alliance
    First published 00:00 28.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 28.05.06
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