There is no system of separate roads, you dupes! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joe Sittizen
    • 30.12.09 | 22:38 (IST)

    The road to hell may be paved with good intentions, but the final push is always given by the devil. Read my lips: Palestinians drive the same roads as the settlers. Yea, there are a few exceptions, but the Palestinians in the west bank drive on about 95% or more of the same roads that the Israelis drive on. Pal Brit is lying when he says Palestinians can't drive to Efrat. The two highways bordering Efrat have mostly Palestinian traffic. And yes, Palestinian cars of local businessmen and tradespeople are indeed allowed in to the settlements in and around Efrat. I was there today and saw them myself. Pal Brit and Mike from NYC are invited to come stand with me on the highway tomorrow and count the white and green license plates. The only apartheid is in the minds of the gullible dupes who listen to Palestinian propaganda. There is a serious confrontation between Israelis and Arabs over disputed territory. That is not the same as apartheid.

    from the article: 28 kilometers of distilled apartheid
    First published 01:28 30.12.09 | Last updated 04:12 31.12.09
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