RESPONSE to JAKE :You must have the wrong Vicky - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Vicky
    • 16.08.05 | 18:26 (IDT)

    You must have the wrong Vicky or you are in the habit of slandering people. 1)I have posted here many a times saying terrorism against Israeli Jews be it in malls, restaurants, streets,buses or anywhere else is NOT , NOT, NOT acceptable. And it is a despicable act. 2) I've posted that Israeli Jewish soldiers came to defense of the Palestinian boy that was hit by rocks by settlers boys. 3)I've also said killings by anybody against anybody IS wrong.If you have read my posts you would know I'm against the Iraq war before it even begun. I'm against killings be it Palestinians against Jews OR Jews against Palestinians . 4)When a Jewish person talked about( Nachem I think was the name) taking off his kippa because he felt ashamed of the rock throwing against the Palestinian boy I told him he should wear it with pride, because his religion was no reflection on the bad actions of others. 5)When Jews were killed in the mall , not long ago, I condemmed the act and gave my condolescenses to their family. 6)Ask the many posters, here IF I've ever said killings of others is acceptable? Since I have nothing to gain OR to lose being in either position, why would I be saying that; that I do not feel ? Now...if what you mean is that I do not condone the uprooting of olive trees, demolishing homes of the innocent, humilliations at checkpoints ....of that, you're quite correct. I WILL NOT, for you , or for anyone else condone injustice or murder . Be it by Christians, Muslims, Jews, atheists, or anyone else. Why don't you condemm the atrocities against the IDF soldier and police instead of trying to play 'god' and thinking you know what is in my heart? By the way,since you say the news that come to me are "free of charge" I had no idea that my cable channels were free. Nor my internet connection. Though I will take your advise of "putting my feet up" ( not the Coke I don't drink soda) because I've been quite busy these past days. Peace be with you, Vicky

    from the article: IDF: Demolition of settlement houses may start at end of next week
    First published 00:00 16.08.05 | Last updated 00:00 16.08.05
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