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    • 24.07.06 | 23:12 (IDT)

    Yaakoiv you are not speaking the truth, as ususal. the latest intifada was called what? ":Al aksa" of course. this was not simply meant to be a cute slogan but was aimed at brwign upa religious war. And we all knnow whhat relgious colnfrontations are about. Now we know that the many pseudo liberals who write to this forumm are disgusted at such thhoughts and are happyy to stay blinnd to reality. Buut the inten tion of callinng for an intifada, acalling it "Al Aqsa" was to point out the seperation of jews and Moslems. jjerusalem was to be the rallying cry. Now what is most interesting is that youu Sullivan, are disgusteed whenever any jjew talks of thhe importance of jjerusalem to Judaism, but for some reason you are mute when the Palestinians base thheir struggle on this relidious issue. Whhat do you mean by this? Are you onnce agaiin being patronistic, thinking that thhe modern jews should be above this nonsense while those backward Moslems are to be patronised?

    from the article: Between Katzrin and Nahariya
    First published 00:00 24.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 24.07.06
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