Well said, Clickfool. Israel Cannot Justify the Injustifiable - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Knave Dave
    • 03.10.06 | 00:03 (IST)

    The League of Nations gave birth to Israel, and Israel continually spits in its mother's face. Then it has the audacity to go to the U.N. and plead its case WHILE DEFYING THE U.N. on the most basic resolutions that gave it being. How can any rational human being think that such behavior is legitimate in any way? If Israel truly want's peace, why shouldn't it listen to every offer? If the other side's offer is illigitimate, listening only gives the other side a chance to air its own illigitimacy before the world. I think the truth is that Israel knows IT is the "other side." It CANNOT listen to peace offers because the illigitimacy of its own positions will be on display. Israel knows truth is not on its side. It knows that it did not win the land because it won no treaty and no surrender. It knows that no nation on earth recognizes its right to squat on that land and never will ... so it doesn't even want to begin discussions that will force it to try to justify the injustifiable.

    from the article: Is Israel a partner?
    First published 00:00 01.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 01.10.06
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