They support our enemies- why should we support them? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dani
    • 28.03.06 | 10:02 (IST)

    Listen to their MKs, including the one who was Arafat's closest advisor, as well as the ones who go to Syria and Lebanon (and other countries with whom we are at war) to support continued aggression against Israel. Listen to the fact that a very sizeable percentage (more than 10%) of the murderous terrorist attacks against us are either carried out by, or actively assisted by Israeli Arabs- 'our' Arabs. See how they view Arabs (and Druze, for that matter) who serve in the IDF- who protect our country. They view them as traitors. Walk into any Arab town in Israel- as I have done, and see the enmity, the stares, the visceral hatred. It isn't our xenophobia. It's the 5th column in our land. Western democracies, including Israel, are not suicide pacts. Where are the Israeli leaders who will courageously speak out against this 5th column, even at the risk of bad reviews in Ha'aretz?

    from the article: The missing Arab issue
    First published 00:00 28.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 28.03.06
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