We who live in the shadow of the heights don't give a damn what terror lovers like you think. We know who and what you are. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Proud golani
    • 23.05.13 | 21:04 (IDT)

    Toughski Shitski. I grew up under the guns of the Syrians entrenched on the Golan Height. I spent many many nights as a child terrified, sleeping and living in a bomb shelter. I watched my father plough our lands in an armored tractor to protect him from the Syrian sniperson the heights. I attended any funerals of friends and neighbors struck down in three wars fought against Syrian aggression. I fought my way up the Golan heights in 1967 so that my children could live in the fresh air sunlight. When you have been through what we suffered at the hands of the Syrians when they occupied the heights then you can tell us what to do with them. Until then Jen just crawl back into that spew of Jew hatred that you live in because we don't care what you and your kind think or suggest.

    from the article: Israel maintaining intense intelligence activity in Syria and working with local villagers, report says
    First published 10:00 23.05.13 | Last updated 09:12 23.05.13
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