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    • Adolfo
    • 29.05.13 | 12:43 (IDT)

    My personal opinion is that there are two types of "strands" anti-Israeli, I summarize briefly. On one side are the religious, thet everyone knows and against what is difficult to do, since it is necessary to appeal to the moral and spiritual integrity of the human being and sometimes that's not possible. On the other side are the people who may be angry with the treatment that the Israeli government gives to the people of occupied territories and the lack of "desire" to end the problem of "settlements" or the return of territories, all primarily motivated by the government's inability to separate religious themes from political ones, basically. Special and punctual cases would be military responses to specific acts of aggression against Israel or preventive military action to "possible" future events that could occur under certain circumstances.

    from the article: Why do people hate Israel? (a self-test)
    First published 20:15 28.05.13 | Last updated 20:15 28.05.13
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