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    • Bob the Builder
    • 29.09.11 | 10:40 (IDT)

    Didn't the Arab media incite against Israel and the Jews worse than even the Nazis. Why didn't they make their 'generous' 'peace' offers then? What exactly was their offering after '67: 'Nonegotiations' no peace ' economic boycott, continued state of war. Only after the Sadat peace treaty did the arab league after having expelled Egypt for making apeace with Israel, propose the Saudi plan--which was only to return to the status prior to 67 and then negotiate with the PLO. Whats the difference between then and now? The difference is that the US and the quartet have adopted the Saudi plan for the gradual elimination of Israels defenses and culminating by a coup De Main. at that point the US would step forward and offer 'humanitarian aid' to the surviving Jews in Israel. about the same aid they gave to Cambodians, Rwandan Tutsi , the non-moslem Sudanese, the christian Iraqis and so on... Israel should trust the betrayers of So Vietnam, Taiwan, Georgia, Serbia, Mubarak, Sala, & Batista, Whom are you kidding? The Jews can't trust the promises and treaties of any country's politicians. they change them faster than they used to change Kings and Princes. to quote WS: "put no your trust in Prnices"

    from the article: Clinton meets Egyptian FM to discuss relations with Israel, peace process
    First published 01:14 29.09.11 | Last updated 01:14 29.09.11
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