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    • Proud Zionist
    • 15.07.05 | 17:13 (IDT)

    "Well their terrorist activities are 100% wrong." Hmmm...Then why do you condemn Israel daily but you NEVER condemn terror unless you are asked about it? Is that fair? "Then again the Occupation of Palestine - West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem is a disgrace and a human rights disaster that is entirely Israel`s responsibility." Entirely? If the Palestinians had accepted partition by the U.N., there never would have been a single settlement. If the Palestinians hadn't said "no recognition, no peace, no negotiations" after '67, there would have been no settlements. If the Palestinians hadn't started the '67 war, there wouldn't have been settlements. Etc. Some of the settlements are legit and quite large and they will stay. The border is disputed, there is no reason whatsoever for a strict reversion to '67. Even the Palestinians recognized this at Camp David/Taba when they agreed to land swaps. Stop being more Catholic than the Pope. "The Occupation is not required for security reasons - that has never been the case. It is a racist, land grab by a country which regards itself as racially superior to the Palestinians" You are joking, right? Our country is 1/4 Arab, "Palestine" is Judenrein. Just yesterday the PA (we are talking about the official govt) had to apologize to Belgium for giving school children "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion." "and who have dehumanised them to such an extent that Israel doesn`t feel any shame or responsibility for leaving all Palestinians in the world`s largest prison." Does any Palestinian on this message board EVER say he feels shame or responsibility for terror? Contrarily, there are many Jews and Israelis who are highly critical of Israel. "The Settlers in the Occupied Territories are a disgrace and an embarrassment to Israel. Israel has no moral right to condemn Palestinian actions when they directly contribute to them." So the terror victims cause terror? Yup, just like rape victims cause rape by dressing in a certain way and gays provoke attacks by flaunting their gayness. What stupid garbage, you are a bigot, grow up.

    from the article: Settlers `tattoo' ID numbers on their arms
    First published 00:00 15.07.05 | Last updated 00:00 15.07.05
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