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    • FOX
    • 05.12.07 | 19:52 (IST)

    Daybreak I read your replies to Jacob, and I respect and enjoy your patience with some of those you find yourself debating. As for Jacob he is but a victim of some rather shallow thinking. It is all too familiar to see a child learn a word and use it until it loses its meaning. In this case he apes the syllables to "ethnic cleansing" a term he obviously does not understand, & has chosen to minimalize its power by trivilizing its use. As for 1948, I see it as a guy from Wadi Ara. In 1948 numbers of Arabs took a walk, not flight, but a stroll about ten kilometers to what is now jenin, to stay with relatives, at least for a week or two until the Jews were wiped out. They dreamed of houses and land and a tractor as well, sadly, for them, two weeks turned into 60 years. The relatives didn't want them anymore, and thus refugee camps. sounds almost quaint, but reality does not have a Hollywood sound score to provide for emotions. Keep up the fine work, I enjoy your style.

    from the article: A bad odor
    First published 00:00 05.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 05.12.07
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