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    • Allan
    • 16.03.06 | 09:43 (IST)

    Settlers succeeded, more than 250,000 live in Judea and Samaria which STILL has the greatest population growth. Settlements in Judea and Samaria are full of young ideological people. They didn't "disengage" from the "hedonistic" public in the center of the country. The hedons Olmert among them abandoned their Zionist roots. The settlers, being true and idealistic were always willing to give up their communities for true peace. The settlements do and will continue to bring increase security. When we had Gush Katif, they settlers there bravely lived with the missiles. Now the missiles attack Ashkelon and Sderot. The international community is strongly influenced by the Saudis, allies of WWII Nazis and the inheritors. If you want to commit suicide and give Hitler a posthumous victory, you can continue with uprooting settlers. The old Zionism worked, settled the Jews in their land and brought security. Post Zionism failed and brought HAmastan, Kassamim, and suicide bombers.

    from the article: Settlers, you have failed
    First published 00:00 16.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 16.03.06
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