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    • Tity
    • 27.05.05 | 20:30 (IDT)

    Dear Jake, Zionism commands in a way (or should i put it in " ...") that all Jews should go back to Eretz Israel...to their one and only land, that is completely for Jews. Well let me put it this way.... I DONT WANT TO GO LIVE IN ISRAEL AND MY COUNTRY IS GREECE! I was born here, if you support Zionism why arent you in Israel to live there? I belong to my country, the one and only that i have learned, Greece..i might have lived in England for a while but Greece remains my country. I might have gone to Israel for a while to study at the University but Greece is still my country. Why do most of the Jews who live abroad (like i do) cannot accept the fact that in Israel anyone who wishes to go can go? I do not wish to go live there, although i'll go VISIT again this summer but let the people you Jake and everyone else who has the same idea to do what pleases him/her!! So did you get now why i oppose Zionism? Im not against Hellenism as you may think coz I LIVE IN THIS COUNTRY! And yes, according to me, beliefs like these bring peace to a halt as i will agree with Khalid.... They dont let peace take its way... My beliefs dont push any Jew off the cliff.. I just sympathise with the Palestinians, i feel they have fought a lot (and i dont imply the Jews havent fought a lot...coz thats gonna be your word after...) and they deserve at the end of the day to have what they wish. Good that the talks with Abbas went good. Hopefully Bush will keep his promises to the Palestinian Authority and the desirable will happen!!!!! B'ezrat hashem..... inshallah....i wish.....makari (in Greek). Its always impressive to hear you speaking Greek, besides we are a nation to be admired..! :) And I'll notice that I have the honor to be part of a Greek environment, with Jewish background and strong Arab ties with other people!! ...Afterall..the 3 of them are so similar to one another..and im glad for it!!!!! :) :) i really am!!!

    from the article: Think before you sing `Hatikva'
    First published 00:00 27.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 27.05.05
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