More than just a little Islamophobic propaganda here! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Giggles
    • 31.01.11 | 08:19 (IST)

    Hell dude, you got it all figured out that Israel might as well pack up and leave - or nuke the hell out of all its neighbors! Well, aside from all your dramatic exaggerations, I don't suppose it ever occured to you that maybe Israel could try removing all that antagonism that felt towards it in the region by ending the source of it...did it? Yup, you got it, it's time for Israel to seriously consider ending its occupation and the oppression it foments upon the Palestinians. It IS the underlying issue that fuels the majority of the region's hostility towards Israel, which in turn feeds the ranks of extremists. Bottom line IS, that until Israel makes peace with the people of the region, there will be NO secure peace for Israel no matter WHO is running the country. Its the reason most Arab countries have no peace with Israel, and even with those that it does, like Egypt, the peace is a piece of paper that lacks the substance given by the people's acquiescence.

    from the article: Radical political religion will soon shape the Mideast
    First published 02:18 31.01.11 | Last updated 02:18 31.01.11
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