Travel industry sources say few Israelis have canceled but few are making new reservations. If they’re flying to Europe, it’s to the east.09:38 28.11.15 | 0 comments
You see the world through a straw, Sara. Imagine this: An American senator paying a visit to Al Qaeda headquarters a few months after 9/11. Or a British lord addressing the house and stating his support for the London Bombing terrorists. There is a reason we don't want the Arabs: We don't trust them with our safety. I will take NO OFFENSE whatsoever if, when the Pals finally get a state, they seek to curtail the flood of Jewish immigration. When you are locked in a death-struggle with a religious or ethnic group for such a long time, you begin to be wary of their intentions even in peace time. As far a law goes: Arab CITIZENS (not work visa Pals) can own land wherever they want. Not joining the army should be a welcome one as it saves them the (obvious) conflict of interests. What would you do with a populace that overwhelmingly supported the Hezbollah side of the Second Lebanon War?