What I always loved with the extreme left is that any time the facts didn't support the theory we always can change the facts. And yes indeed that was the the way the comunist governments changed the history in the '50, '60, '70. I just have some questions to Mr. Levy: 1) Why we built the wall Mr.Levy, to take more land from the Palestinian people? Maybe in the process we did in some places but it saved many lives and it will in the future. But those are only jews not paleatinians so maybe you don't really care. 2) How many agreements did we had with the Palestinians starting with Oslo and what is exactly did they kept from what they signed? 2) Who exactly would you want us to talk to and make more agreements with. Maybe Abbas that today nobody is listening to him, Al Aqsa, Hamas,Jihad? Any preferences. 3) What do you think that any other democratic country in Europe that I am sure you respect so much would do if they would get 300 qasam's in a few months. (check what the French did when they lost a few soldiers in Ivory Cost). Mr. Gideon Levy this is a war and is the time that you and your friends understand that.
Turkey: Reaching limits but will keep taking in refugees (AP)
from the article: Feiglin is preferable
What if almost everything we know about the lead-up to the signing of the Oslo accords is wrong? What if PM Rabin never became ‘disillusioned’ about the Washington talks that were then underway? A behind-the-scenes look at the alternatives to the Oslo track.13:04 07.02.16 | 0 comments