"Online people can actually read about how zionism was originated, what the government is up 2 in regards to its own minority citizens, They can see the maps..." I agree Omar. And after they do all that, they can read about the histories of other countries. Moreover they can learn about the other current conflicts going on in the world. They, and Americans in particular, are starting to see Israel/Palestine in proportion. For example, in the last three years 200,000 killed and 2.5 million displaced in Sudan; or the 300,000 children conscripted into military service across 30 Nations; or the military occupations of Tibet, West Paupa, Kashmir, Cheeapas, etc. The internet has also shown Americans the highly emotional quasi-irrational state that Muslim Arabs can display when their senses are offended. For the West, it was most clearly displayed by the cartoon fiasco; with the lasting result being that Americans are starting to learn to filter through the hysteria.
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