Visit to occupied Bethlehem - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • kathleen
    • 18.10.10 | 22:11 (IST)

    How disgusting! Going to invite them to visit the land Israel occupies? Maybe they'll get to go to Hebron where 400 Israelis terrorize the locals? How about let them enjoy the lives of Palestinian Christians s going through checkpoints? Palestinians live in an ongoing nightmare. Palestinians should be inviting them not Israel. Israel is doing their up most to drive Palestinian Christians and others from the holy land. The miners will get to see the wall surrounding Bethlehem with one entrance and exit which cuts off the rising sun or sunsets. How sweet. Maybe they'll get to use Israel's Jewish only roads. Hope no one takes them up on another Israeli "generous offer". I'm sure the Christians and Muslims in Israel and the Palestinian territories would also like to be offered access to the holy sites in their own homeland. Most can't access them and they live there. Kathleen

    from the article: Israel invites Chilean miners for a 'spiritual' Christmas in the Holy Land
    First published 17:28 18.10.10 | Last updated 17:28 18.10.10
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