Reply to BEN JABO #176 - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Timothy
    • 13.01.07 | 06:55 (IST)

    Hi BEN JABO, Thanks for reading my post and sharing your thoughts. You are right some Arab countries still would like to see the land of Israel under Arab control. Others have accepted that Israel is here to stay. And some sit on the fence. At this point in history the fence sitters are ready to make peace if Israel would get out of Palestine and stop oppressing the Palestinians. These are reasonable requests. It is natural for people and countries to come to the aid of the underdog. This is a noble human quality that serves men well in most cases. An Israel where all men are equal is a healthier Israel and one the surrounding countries could live with. Imagine that Arabs feel so welcome that they fight not against Israel but to immigrate to Israel for a better life. Peace.

    from the article: Lieberman calls on Peretz to quit over appointment of first Arab minister
    First published 00:00 11.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 11.01.07
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