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  1. ralph at |

    CONCERNING DEMOCRACY ARAB AND MUSLIM GOVERNMENTS ARE LIGHT YEARS BEHIND ISRAEL
    AND SHOULD BETTER LOOK FOR THEMSELVES.
    OF COURSE THOSE COUNTRIES HAVE THE RIGHT TO CALL THEMSELVES ISLAM REPUBLICS , BUT ISRAEL HAS NO RIGHT TO BE RECOGNISED AS
    THE JEWISH STATE.

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  2. Dawoodi Morkas at |

    JEWS ARE ILLEGALLY PLANTED ON THE ARAB SOIL

    The WWII was the turning point in the history of the occupying forces. However, only one distinction is evident, that of Palestine, that in the case of Palestine instead of making them Sovereign, they were made to share their lands with an alien community gathered from around the world and named Israel.

    Before such a a mistake there is no evidence of planting an altogether a different race and culture people from all over the world were made to make a country, that also on the lands belonging to the legitimate owners of the lands who had been living on these lands since time immemorial, either as , Muslims, Christians, Jews or any other religion they belonged to, however, the majority of them were Muslims as such the greatest hurt to the sentiments was to the Muslims.

    The war of 1967 was another turning point in the history, as in that war the duplicity of the USA and its allies the EU was exposed and an innocent people of the ethnicity of Palestine were subjected to the state of slavery by the Israelis, and slowly their lands and livelihood taken over by the Jews under the conniving eyes of the USA and the West.

    USA is only conducting the talks to circumvent the Muslim anger, which has cost it to be termed worldwide as Bully and a country of no moral and ethics.

    Also,. Abbas is not the legitimate President of the Palestinians. His term expired two years ago. He is being kept as the President to sign on the dotted lines crafted by the White House, after some resistance and shedding some crocodile tears.

    Hamas is the legitimate negotiator of the Palestinians.

    Israel will have to hand over the Arab lands to the Arabs. No solution short of this is acceptable to the Arabs.

    If such a solution is not forthcoming, a war would be fought between the supporters of Israel and the supporters of Palestine. Those in support of Palestine are already push to the wall. It is the adversary, which will now have to give ground as there is more pushing back for the Palestinians.

    America and the West have fought wars on behalf of Israel many a times, in Iraq, in Afghanistan and now Iran is the target. USA has already become bankrupt; EU has been toeing USA line of bankruptcy. Ultimately, you can guess as to who will win and who will loose. Of course take the time factor out.

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  3. Martin Gak at |

    Well, I think that Lieberman has rendered a great service. It has been hard to show that Israel was indeed a theocracy because the claims of the nature of the state were never center stage but rather the question was about what is a Jew. Now the question becomes very very very clear. The state is Jewish and this comes with some serious price tag.
    Here is my blog post about it:
    http://theradicalsecularist.com/?p=360

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