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    • Curious
    • 20.05.05 | 17:16 (IDT)

    "Correct. But first Israel has to stop building illegal settlements on land that is not theirs. Then, and only then, should the Palestinians agree to negotiations." No. Houses can always be dismantled (as you will see in Gaza), dead Jews cannot be brought back. No final negotiations until terror groups are dismantled. "It is a fact that in the last decade Israel has taken drubbing after drubbing from both the Hizbolla and Hamas. Today, the Arabs have nothing to feel ashamed about." No. Terror is disgusting and nothing to be "proud of." Maybe Arabs should also be "proud" of 9/11. Rest assured that if the Palestinians ever declare real war and there is an existential threat to Israel, it won't be a problem for Israel "to win" (do you see us carpet-bombing any villages right now?). We have so far restrained because we are moral and we seek peace through negotiation. But if our very existence is ever threatened, it won't be pretty...

    from the article: Something for everyone - to hate
    First published 00:00 20.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 20.05.05
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