pals dont want two states... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ben
    • 04.02.10 | 15:45 (IST)

    Ever since 1974 the pals have only wanted one state... The way they educate their children proves it, and is the main reason why they won?t accept Israel as being a Jewish state... It is amusing that the pals say they have made "historic concessions" about the recognition of Israel and its right to exist but alas they still teach their children the contrary... But on the bright side atleast The PA is not as bad as Hamas... Just look at the so called cartoon shows that are made by them...

    from the article: Let's play 'what if'
    First published 02:32 04.02.10 | Last updated 09:26 04.02.10
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