But Muslims will remain inactive when Muslims butcher Muslims. Nice response system. Walls may mutilate cities Khalid, but suicide bombs mutilate people. If Muslims are barred from the Temple Mount, then answer me why there were over 40,000 of them there during this past Ramadan? I?ve heard of miscounting before, but that seems a bit off, even for you. Of course, you ignore the fact that the vast majority of the Muslim states refuse to recognize the state of Israel, which obviously could create some visa problems for their pilgrimage. What Holocaust? According to the Iranian president, there was no Holocaust. Are you saying that the leader of Iran is a liar? How can you recognize the Holocaust, when you have previously stated that we?re not even Jews. If we?re not Jews, then who did Hitler exterminate. Or are you calling yourself a liar as well. Actually it?s not readily known what Muslims actually believe in given that the Protocols of the Elders of Zion remains a best seller in the Muslim world. Israel has taken numerous steps of good will. It has only earned her more suicide bombs, and threats of annihilation, which you readily support. Your list of Palestinian demands are useless. Rather than another Mafia like recitation, why don?t you explain how the Palestinians are going to live up to their responsibilities and obligations? It?s amusing how you declare how easy things will be for Israel as a ?nuclear power? when one of your ultimatums is that Israel eliminate its nuclear stockpile. Israel has taken numerous risks. Its peace treaty with Egypt, its peace treaty with Jordan, its withdrawal from Lebanon. Its evacuation from the Gaza strip of all Jews, both living and dead. But apparently these risks have been met with increasing hostility from the Muslim world. Which sees fit to respond to these gestures with calls for Israel?s destruction.
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