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    • 15.06.07 | 23:00 (IDT)

    "Of course,(sic?) they hate Israelis." Why is that, Rick from Garland? I know lots of Israelis that don't hassle Arabs. Many wake up, go to work, go home and play with their kids without ever Harassing anyone. I am particularly puzzled about Arab's perception of Israeli women and young children since they attack and kill them as they would an enemy soldier on the battlefield. Granted, a few women and older kids have served in Judea and Samaria as peace-keeping soldiers, but the vast majority just want to live their lives out in peace. If your perception is based on the BBC or Haaretz "newspaper", you need to unserstand (sic) that every Israeli and Jew in the world feels the Arab threat on some level every day of their lives. Of course, they hate Arabs. But the vast majority have nothing to do with preventive security measures taken against them. If they did, the Arab world would have a much larger problem. Nukes would Immediately overwhelm Arab security.

    from the article: The bystanders
    First published 00:00 15.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.06.07
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