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    • Jonathan Grant
    • 24.08.10 | 02:44 (IDT)

    You are no supporter of Israel; otherwise, you would not write such drivel. The Palestinians have been making demand after demand, and have attempted to delegitimize Israel around the world. They teach their children to hate Jews in general and Israel in particular. They have destroyed Jewish sites. They have, in essence, not lived up to previous agreements. While the Israelis have frozen their settlements, the so-called Palestinians, a non-existing people, are building entire cities on disputed land. Why do you not express concern for the nearly one million Jewish refugees kicked out of Arab countries, who were robbed of everything. Israel took them all in. They are owed compensation. The Jewish Homeland was to be the area covered by Jordan and Israel, including Judea and Samaria. Jordan was cut away for the Arabs. The 1947 Partition cut away more land from Israel, but even then the Arabs still attacked Israel in 1948. The 1948 lines were armistice lines, never borders, as the Arabs never recognized Israel. Why should Israel return to armistice lines. Why don't you complain about those countries that took land by force, and not in a defensive war?

    from the article: U.S.: Settlement freeze will be discussed during direct peace talks
    First published 22:06 23.08.10 | Last updated 22:06 23.08.10
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