TOMY#36 Given the wide choice - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tzfonit
    • 29.05.07 | 21:47 (IDT)

    Given the broad choice of political parties that the Palestinians had to choose from in the last elections: i.e. Fatah: destroy Israel, secular, and Hamas: i.e. destroy Israel, religious Jihad, I'd say that anyone putting a vote in the ballot box there hasn't a chance of being categorized as anything but a terrorist if we work by your criteria. I would also say that in a society where guns and militant gangs rule the streets, anyone who wants peace is pretty much silenced. I can just hear the voices building up here of no-there-are-no-moderates. Generalization is a dangerous thing.

    from the article: An invitation to shoot
    First published 00:00 29.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 29.05.07
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