Where are the children of the Holocaust?? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Concerned Zionist
    • 17.06.07 | 19:38 (IDT)

    This author, like most apologists for the Arabs of Yesha, cannot bring himself to consider the possibility that the Arabs are themselves to blame for their misery and abject failure to build a civilized society. How is it that Jewish children--who grew up during the Holocaust and suffered in the most horrible events of the 20th century--managed to build new lives for themselves and their children? The survivors didn't spend the rest of their lives blaming (a)the Nazis for killing them, (b) Poles, Ukrainians and others for assisting the Nazis, (c) the West for sitting by and not even bombing the concentration camps? If these Jews could pick themselves up by and rebuild their lives, then surely the Arabs of Yesha, who receive billions in foreign aid notwithstanding the "boycott" of the PA while Hamas was included, could build up their society. No, Mr. Levy, we are not witnessing the results of Israeli oppression. The Arabs of Yesha have no one ot blame but themselves.

    from the article: Flight from Gaza / Last to leave did turn out the lights
    First published 00:00 17.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 17.06.07
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