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    • zeev
    • 13.12.09 | 15:39 (IST)

    "you need to remember the history of hevron." (CJK) Nothing in my post (#70) provided you any reasonable basis for believing that I need to. What YOU need to remember always is that Zionism is not a punitive expedition nor a Jewish crusade to redeem Jewish holy places from the hands of the unbelievers. "those 500 hundred jews who live in hevron today are first and foremost jews." (CJK) Everyone who chooses to dwell amidst a foreign and stateless population, on a land outside his country's sovereignty, and whose presence is imposed on the locals by military forces, is first and foremost a FOREIGN SETTLER. The Jews are not exception. A fact that no reference to past Jewish victimhood can obfuscate. You just don't have the courage to face painful truths and reality. "Psychological denial can help people maintain their sanity, which would be threatened by awareness of a painful truth or reality." (found on the Internet)

    from the article: Trust the settlers to lose the West Bank
    First published 12:10 07.12.09 | Last updated 17:21 07.12.09
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