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    • US Citizen
    • 04.10.10 | 21:26 (IST)

    If Palestinians invaded terratories controlled by the Israelis and then started building settlements on these terratories, the Israeli Jews would not only support immediate milliary action against the invaders and settlers, but would support the destruction of any settlements. Just as when Israel's IDF destroys the homes of Palestinians who are claimed to be involved with or harboring Hamas army members. So, to claim that Palestinans support the attacks of Israeli settlers in formerly Palestinian regions, as if they do not want peace, misses the point. Israel does not want peace by funding the continued invasion of Palestinian terratories and trying to justify them as legal, when they are not. Israel's actions are totally against the peace process and unlawful...not to mention massively hypocritical. Israel has murdered far more Palestinians than Jews have been killed by Hamas...the ratio is astonishing and shows a bias in favor of Jewish aggression and attacks.

    from the article: Poll: Most Palestinians back dropping talks if Israel builds settlements
    First published 20:17 04.10.10 | Last updated 20:17 04.10.10
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