Typical mindless anti-Israeli rant. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 30.06.10 | 08:59 (IDT)

    The siege exists because of Hamas attacks. The occupation exists because of Arab attacks. Internationally recognized borders haven't been negotiated yet. Bombing exists because attacks by Palestinian terrorists exist. Safe passage can exist when safe existence exists for Israelis. Land isn't being robbed from land owners. Jews have lived on those lands for millenia. The only time Jews were absent were from 1948-67. If you kick out all the Jews, who are the REAL land-thieves? Why should settlers leave lands which have been owned by Jews for centuries? How do you make peace with Palestinians who reject peace? The laws ARE respected as are the GC's. Why don't you believe that the Palestinians should also respect international law and the Geneva Conventions? The community of nations has 55 Arab countries, the vast majority of which have ALWAYS been hostile to Israel. Don't you think they should lighten up somewhat on that hostility?

    from the article: Israel steadily increasing number of aid trucks allowed into Gaza
    First published 03:30 30.06.10 | Last updated 03:30 30.06.10
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