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    • exUK
    • 26.01.11 | 17:18 (IST)

    then I dont believe that it is anybody elses business.It must also be pretty obvious that because the right wing do not seem interested in a genuine peace settlement ,those Israelis,Jew or Arab, plus the Jews of the diaspora wish to put their own point of view.as it affects them directly or indirectly.Also , if NGO's may be 'investigated' then what about the multimillionaire from the USA who is financing serttlement building and houses for Jews in Jerusalem? This is,surely just as valid?Moskovitz is his name?, Those of us Jews,resident or not,who are more secular,may not believe or support settlements in the West Bank,but the rest of the world thinks that every Jewish person does,so they suffer thro this by their friends and neighbours and others. We (until recently) have been a country of free speech,unlike many Arab countries that we often criticise.But not 100% democratic as our Arab minority do not have 100% rights.With all the turmoil in neighbouring countries,cannot we be an example to the rest of the world? I realise that the ultra orthodox dont care ,because in their little isolationist world,everything is crystal clear to them...that G-d gave us whatever they decide he gave us. As a fairly recent resident in Israel, I can only see that we are building up problems for the future,many of which will be irreversible and can only harm us.I and many others who CARE about Israel must express their opinions AND BE ALLOWED TO DO SO FREELY.The solution is not easy or straightforward,but we cannot continue to be an occupying power which seen as expansionist by everyone else.Also it is not acceptable to rely on 40 year old arguments in order to hang on to land instead of traduing it for lasting peace.Golan Heights are not quite as strategic now.for instance---In any future conflict,it will be surface to surface missiles which can be sent from anywhere in Syria,not a few rockets on the hill.Let us have some fresh thinking to try to solve our problems,

    from the article: Rightist MK expected to head probe into Israel's Leftist NGOs
    First published 15:31 26.01.11 | Last updated 15:31 26.01.11
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