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    • michael
    • 27.06.06 | 16:52 (IDT)

    To Carl #92 First, the Jews were given billions of dollars from Europe and USA for their property losses in WW II; The Jews have not paid a penny to the Palestinians whose house, lands, and property they have taken in violation of international law and UN Resolutions. Secondly, while there are Palestinians in Jordan, their home is The West Bank and modern day Israel; under your logic, why don't you send all the Israelis to New York or Miami. Finally, it is the norm of the US to be opposed to theocracies (although if we state this about Israel, the "Anti-Semite" fascist regime goes to work). Secondly, it is the norm of the US to be opposed to countries that do not have respect for human rights, although we ignore this in the case of Israel. Finally, the US proudly fought against apartheid in South Africa, although they followed Northern Europes's lead. In this case, we are afraid to fight apartheid in Israel and the West Bank and the "Anti-Semite" machine prevents discussion.

    from the article: Learning the hard way
    First published 00:00 22.06.06 | Last updated 00:00 22.06.06
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