why don't you learn arabic Deb and check for yourself? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • tia_algeria
    • 14.03.11 | 12:30 (IST)

    assuming you live in Israel, that's a language you should consider learning. most of us learned it to be able able to communicate with the rest of our population and neighbours , that's hardly anyone's mother tong around here so why don't you see the practicality of you learning it while living in ME? odd. Abbas is way more of a leader than your Netanyahu will ever be. the man behaves responsibly and is moderate which seems to be a lacking quality in his israeli counterpart. terror, hartred and violence is despicable. hartred seems to be part of your everyday life considering what I can read about arabs on this website but some arabs think the same about israel, so I guess you are all playing games you all enjoy. I thought we were harsh on arabs but in some cases seen on Haaretz, the comments are close to pure hartred. that would make anyone feel dizzy but as I said, some of your neighbours comments in the press are just as disgusting.

    from the article: Abbas: Itamar attack was despicable, immoral and inhuman
    First published 09:38 14.03.11 | Last updated 09:38 14.03.11
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