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    • Altalena
    • 16.10.06 | 09:46 (IST)

    Your points are very poorly supported except may be when my English is mistaken. The Israeli posters that I see, here for example are logic, you may disagree but cannot be compared with dancing in the streets to celebrate killings or lynching. Hamas has been elected and this creates sufferings to arabs and Jews but you only criticize israel for all misguided hamas actions, most Arabs support this criminal "leaders". Iran & Syria supported hitz against a UN resolution. You understood my poorly phrased but correct thinking on Lebanon.On Iran it does not matter if the shah started the nuclear program, the present government wants to destroy Israel and say so ! with the complicity of some. I do not know about Israel nuclear capability, or others, the point is that Iran lies and threatens Israel (Israel has never threatened anyone of annhilation). You develop details of no relevance: support by Pakistan, etc. and fail to see the relationships of cause to effect.

    from the article: Lieberman to power
    First published 00:00 15.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 15.10.06
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