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    • NYC Jew
    • 27.08.06 | 21:08 (IDT)

    So you beleive boycotting the only democratic government, struggling to stay alive in a sea of hate, to support people who have been given every chance to make something of themselves, even a small test in Gaza, is a good thing for the world. And what happens when Israel gives up the west Bank and the Palestinians start a war with Iran, Hezbollah, Syria and others to eradicate it. At that point, will you then sympathize with Israel, or will you claim shoudl not even exist. My point here is as follows: I would very much like to know what your goal is? What is the solution that will make you happy? I.e., what should Israel give, and then what should it do if terrosits still invade its territory? At what point does it have a right to call teh Palestenian Authority to task to control its people in order to live in security? Pray tell. I await your response.

    from the article: British director Ken Loach backs Palestinian call for boycott on Israel
    First published 00:00 27.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 27.08.06
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