Wrong. 1) Americans are very happy to be safe and equal under the law. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Melissa
    • 14.08.13 | 18:27 (IDT)

    Israel has no rule of law. That's why not even Jews are equal in Israel. That's also why you do NOT see Jewish Americans massively supporting the settlements. 2) ALL states have borders and ALL citizens of those states are required to live within them. Period. No exceptions on the planet. YOU don't get an exemption because someone ELSE suffered terribly almost a century ago. 3) According to the Palestinian constitution, the issue of Jews in Palestine will return to the original conditions. BEFORE the Europeans came, any Jew could and did live in Palestine, as either a citizen or a resident. However, that person had to live under the law of the land. NO stealing, NO vandalizing, NO squatting, NO lynching the natives, and NO crimes against the enviornment (destroying ancient forests, poisoning water sources). 5) Man up,m and quit whining.

    from the article: EU official says U.S. quietly supporting settlement sanctions
    First published 02:31 14.08.13 | Last updated 02:05 14.08.13
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