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"Israelis love life whereas Palestinians love death. Until Palestinians rid themselves of their childish and self-defeating cult of murder they will forever be condemned to live in poverty, misery and backwardness."

I actually don't think it is that they love death, it is simply that they don't know anything other than death and hate. Problem is that this makes them unpredictable or predictable to be violent, and like a dangerous person, you can't lower your weapon until they have lowered their own and learned not to be a threat.

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Israelis love life whereas Palestinians love death. Until Palestinians rid themselves of their childish and self-defeating cult of murder they will forever be condemned to live in poverty, misery and backwardness.

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In 2010, President Obama called on Abbas to "do everything he can to prevent acts of incitement or delegitimization of Israel." Abbas however, has no intentions of stopping this. To the contrary, he has only ramped up his efforts.

In the meantime, the U.S. government continues to pour money to the PA ($3 billion in the last five years alone) with very little to show in return -- except more terror and corruption. Moreover, it is doing so in direct breach of U.S. law, which explicitly requires the Secretary of State to certify that funds will not be used for the purposes of recognizing or otherwise honoring individuals who commit, or have committed acts of terrorism. One would have to ask whether the release of the bodies was the direct result of U.S. pressure on Israel in the first instance.

Today's transfer comes on the same day as 21 teenagers were killed and 120 were wounded when a Palestinian suicide bomber blew himself up outside the Dolphinarium disco, on Tel Aviv beach, in 2001. Incidents like this do not occur in a vacuum. Such acts of pitiless slaughter are the direct result of a pervasive infrastructure indoctrinating hate, inciting violence and instilling a world view justifying such gruesome acts. It is also in clear violation of the Oslo Accords, the Roadmap for Peace and U.S law.

Only when the Palestinian leadership unequivocally renounces terrorism and roots out and condemns all those who preach violence against Israel and hatred of the Jewish people, can there be hope for real peace.

As the PA continues to insist that the world recognize a Palestinian state, one must ask exactly what type of state it wants. One that teaches the virtues of peace, or glorifies terrorism?

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This Thursday, Israel released the bodies of 91 Palestinian terrorists to the Palestinian Authority (PA) as a 'goodwill gesture' to President Mahmoud Abbas. However, Abbas' decision to honor these murderers shows that Palestinian glorification of terror remains the key obstacle to peace with Israel.

Included amongst the bodies turned over to the PA are suicide bombers responsible for some of the most gruesome acts of terror over the past decade, killing hundreds of innocent Israelis and many foreign citizens, including American.

They include Ramez Aslim, the suicide bomber who in 2003, blew up the crowded Cafe Hillel in central Jerusalem, murdering 7 people and injuring over 50. Amongst the dead were Dr. David Applebaum, a world renowned doctor and head of the emergency room at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem and his daughter, Nava, aged 20, who was to have been married the next day. They were both dual Israeli and American citizens.

Also released is Raed Abdel-Hamed Misk, the Hamas suicide bomber who carried out an attack on Israel's No.2 bus in Jerusalem in 2003, killing 23 and injuring over 130. The dead included seven children and Goldie Taubenfeld, 42, of New York, and her 3-month old infant son Shmuel. Most of the passengers were religious Jews returning from prayers at the Western Wall.

At the time of the No.2 bus attack, Abbas said: "I announce my strong condemnation of this horrible act." Today, President Abbas and the Palestinian leadership attended a reception ceremony honoring Misk and 90 other cold-blooded killers like him. Abbas even laid wreaths on their coffins, which were draped in Palestinian flags, at his headquarters in Ramallah.

The most disturbing aspect, though, of this transfer is that the official PA news agency, WAFA, described the Palestinians being released as having been "killed in action."

These three sickening words -- 'killed in action' -- singularly convey that as long as Palestinians glorify terrorism, incite hatred and reward the murder of Israelis, peace will remain unattainable.

Abbas never wastes an opportunity to tell the world he is a 'partners for peace,' while the media blindly continues to label the PA as 'moderates.' But what so-called 'partner for peace' refers to the barbaric murder of children as being "killed in action"?

Equally disturbing is the fact that the honoring of this latest batch of terrorists is only one of many recent examples of official PA glorification of terror and violence -- including from Abbas himself.

In October last year, Abbas honored the 1,027 terrorists Israel released in exchange for abducted soldier Gilad Shalit by saying to them: "You are freedom fighters and holy warriors for the sake of God and the homeland." He then rewarded each one with a financial grant.

According to the respected Palestinian Media Watch, which monitors PA incitement and anti-Semitism, only two weeks ago on the anniversary of the founding of the modern State of Israel, an op-ed published in the official PA daily reiterated the PA's denial of Israel's right to exist and its hope and expectation for Israel's destruction.

Meanwhile in March this year, at an event attended by three PA ministers, Abbas' Minister of Social Affairs, Majida Al-Masri, stated a unity deal with Hamas was needed in order to focus Palestinian efforts on the destruction of Israel, calling on Palestinians "to turn to the struggle for the liberation of Palestine -- all of Palestine."

Sadly, one need not look too wide, or far back, for more such examples. In the past 12 months alone, the PA has continued to pay the salaries of some 5,500 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails (most of whom are terrorists), aired television programs teaching kids how to make model maps turning all of Israel into 'Palestine', while naming public squares and sponsoring kids' summer camps in honor of infamous terrorists.

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Bottom line, both sides would have had a chance a. A nation, the Isrealis worked with the UN while the Palestinians chose violence. Choose to be violent when being given a nation of your own, yiur first nation ever! I don't want to hear the excuses that the Palestinians invent.

When the other Arab nations came to destroy Isreal, the Palestinians chose their fate. To change it now, they must kill their radicals and work with thr UN.. Or never have my support. This means, no more rockets, suicide bombers, other attacks.

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**being the philistines and today's Palestinians.**

Believe me when I tell you, they are not connected :). The Philistines, were absorbed into the Babylonian and Persian empires, they literally disappear as a distinct group by the late 5th century BC. Zero connection between the two

**Land changes hands, and at the end if thr day, the Palestinians haven't held their own nation for as long as the Isrealis have lost their own nation.**

The Palestinians NEVER had a *nation,* [in the sense that you are presenting] not one time. But that shouldn't stop them from becoming one.

**Only difference between the two sides today is, the Palestinians had a chance for a nation and spat in the face of England. The nation the controlled the land, and tried to split it 50/50.**

Rob, facts are important. England had nothing to do with any of this. Though the region was known as British Mandated Palestine, the Brits took over control from the Ottoman empire. What they found is a bunch of people kicking each others ass (Jews and Nomadic Arabs. I'm shortening the details to simplify it), as more and more Jews arrived from Europe to escape persecution, the local Arabs became more concerned and began revolting.

The Arabs saw it as a European invasion. The Jews saw it as their Right of Return to their ancestral home, to the "Promised Land" for the religious amongst of us. The Brits attempted to control the situations but eventually gave up. They handed the issue over to the UN in 1947. The UN Partitioned the area, the Jews accepted, the Arabs refused. Israel was re-established, by the Zionists Jews. On May 14th, 1948 the UN recognized Israel.

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It might be a territorial dispute right now, but it is born from a religious issue going back to the time of he philistines. (nephilims, giants who were the product of human/fallen angle breeding) not that I believe the Myths behind these nephilims being the philistines and today's Palestinians.

Land changes hands, and at the end if thr day, the Palestinians haven't held their own nation for as long as the Isrealis have lost their own nation... A fucking long time ago.

Only difference between the two sides today is, the Palestinians had a chance for a nation and spat in the face of England. The nation the controlled the land, and tried to split it 50/50.

No matter, populate science fiction these days seem to have Isreal being wiped out, and the entire area under the boot of a private contractor who makes what is happening in Syria... Seem tame. Worst yet, I think that is the only way to bring civility to the mid-east. Otherwise they will find new reasons to kill and invent new religions to kill for.

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Rob,

The I/P is not a religious dispute. It is a pure territorial dispute.

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This surprises anyone why? There was a reason Isreal destroyed what was left of Palestine, and it wasn't because of the fake rugs that they made.

When you are in a fight, you don't stop hitting until you are satisfied that the enemy will not try again... Or you simply kill your enemy. The Palestinians embodies the reason I say that the people of a nation are 100% responsible for that nations actions... No matter how brutal that nations leaders are to their own people.

Yes, religion is a driving force for this war, but Isreal has tried peace in 1948, rewarded with war and limited allied support. The 1960s, reward? Egytian shipping embargo and thus the need to take thr only sea lane. (canal) then the Israelis tried land for peace, reward? More of the same.

The Palestinians are like the Pakistanis, and afghanis, not worth our time or money to help. Religion runs stronger in them than the dark side of thr force ran through Vader.

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My point is that, the palis aren't seeing their actions as wrong. Even when they celebrate suicide bombers.

Despite Bibi's stubbornness, I doubt he'll go for the pullout.

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