Mark Lincoln- Israel took lessons from the USA - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Arnold
    • 12.03.10 | 04:54 (IST)

    First a little history lesson. The Hebrew/Jewish people were the earliest native indigenous people of the area known as Israel. So they have this claim to the land. The reason that so many left thousands of years ago is that they were pushed out from different warring countries...but each time they returned to their homeland. Now we will get to the invasion of America by your ancestors. Be they on the Mayflower or on any of the subsequent boats from Europe. The native Indian population signed peace treaty after peace treaty with your past Presidents. Each and every one of the treaties was broken and the settlers overran the territories. The Indian was put onto "reservations' where they are still to this day. So Mark...if it worked for you it will work for the Israelis...but the difference is that the Jews were THERE FIRST. So go smoke your peace pipe somewhere else.

    from the article: Deputy FM tells U.S.: Israel won't make any more concessions
    First published 10:24 11.03.10 | Last updated 22:00 11.03.10
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