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    • BeenThere
    • 22.09.07 | 17:44 (IST)

    All those "non-Jews" or "non-Israelis" living in the "occupied" Golan Heights should consider themselves lucky to live where and how they do. There is no doubt that they may feel Syrian... but the truth of the matter is - that if they were living under Syrian rule and law, they would not have it so good. They should be thanking the Israeli government for treating them the way they do (im talking about the regular citizens, not the 'activists') - which by the way is only a show of Israeli tolerance. If Israelis were truley aggressive, they would have kicked tham ALL out or killed them. that land will stay Israeli because Israeli will never forget what all those "nice" Syrians did when they controlled the mountains - launching missiles and rockets at Israeli towns below... so if any of those Pro-Syria Activists really want to be 'Syrians'... let them move over there. Its easy to critisize when you are getting the best of both worlds... in my opinion, they are cowards and hypocrites.

    from the article: 45 minutes from Damascus
    First published 00:00 20.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.09.07
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