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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 19.09.09 | 06:41 (IDT)

    I would love to see the bleeding hearts of the Western World create a program to rescue the Arabs of Palestine from their fate. That fate is inevitable. The Israeli right wants their land and the Israeli left does not oppose that. Thus the land available to the Arabs of Palestine will decline until no farm or orchard may exist, and the blockade will stop all commerce. Then the remaining Palestinians will starve as the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto did until the Likud finally decides to dispose of them to lessen the cost of starving them. The fate of the Palestinian Arabs is to be eradicated unless the world saves them. The world, I fear, will not. Rather it will continue to bitch and whine about Israel while Israel does what it has to do to achieve what it wants. But is that not what the world did for the Jews in the 1930s until WW II made it necessary for Nazi Germany to do what it had to do to achieve what it wanted? It is still possible to save both the Palestinians and Israel.

    from the article: Goldstone: Holocaust shaped view on war crimes
    First published 02:48 18.09.09 | Last updated 15:46 18.09.09
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