'We came here to feel safe. Now my children refuse to walk to school alone, just like they did in Paris,' French émigré says after twin attacks in Ra'anana.13:27 13.10.15 | 9 comments
I don't know which you're more of: an ideolgue or a demagogue. Maybe a bit of both which with apologies to the English language would make you a demi-gogue; something like a halfwit to the "nitwit" you so graciously called me in your post. Oh, Johnboy! How you turn history around to suit your vicious anti-Israel streak. The partitiion plan had way less in it for Israel than the Jews had been promised and way more in it for the Arabs who attacked Israel and lost so much of what they'd been guaranteed. Your Palestinians got Occupation alright; from the Egyptians and Jordanians from 1948 to 1967. By the way Egypt kept Gaza's Arabs (they did not call themselves Palestinians) under dusk to dawn curfew every day of those 19 years. Then they fought Israel again in 67 and lost. They not only forsook their "Palestinian" brothers; they refused to do a thing for them ever since. For sixty years they have refused reality and have nothing to show for it. Sure, keep on blaming the Jews.