Why do you hate Arabs so much? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Sam
    • 18.08.13 | 11:38 (IDT)

    After Israel gets out of West Bank, Arabs will launch another war trying to destroy Israel (they just can't help it), and that war will end like all the previous wars ended: Israel will defeat them again and a lot of Arabs will die in the process. Why do you keep pushing for this to happen? Why do you hate Arabs so much?

    from the article: Make peace with Palestinians or buy time before Israel's isolation - what are Netanyahu's true intentions?
    First published 21:14 16.08.13 | Last updated 21:14 16.08.13
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