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PP's observations are as one-sided and lacking in balance as those by the knuckleheads who rant in defense of the stars and bars. I can understand his angst about the Israelis exerting their superiority over the Palestinians in so many ways. But to portray the Palestinians as historical victims in this conflict is utterly laughable.

Fatah lost Gaza to Hamas. Hamas has never allowed another election. The Pals are victims of one government that is and always has been deeply corrupt and another government that is purely extremist.

One man, one vote, one time. This is the reality of the new Middle East.

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You continue to make excuses for the Likud neo Nazi apartheid government, and you are clearly in denial that it's days are numbered. As long as Israel is ruled by a terrorist regime, it will continue to be the most terrorized hated nation on Earth, until one day soon (I give it 5 years, tops) the international community will decide FOR the Israelis to dispose the Likud terrorists, unless they do it for themselves. The Palestinians make no excuses, their goal has been the same all along, to rightly reclaim the territory occupied by the radical Zionist, and more and more each day, they have the support of the world I'll say it for the fourth time......THE HOLOCAUST EXTORTION AND GUILT RANSOM has been paid in full. Never again should Americans have to watch 3000 other Americans die as they did on 9/11, because of a policy of supporting a neo Nazi regime playing out a bronze age myth and their obscene atrocities against the people of Palistine It's days are numbered

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Isreal has their lands, and if they want it back... They must pay the price. *

Israel has it's own land, not the palestinian lands. palestinians refused the offer of lands and instead chose to attack innocent civilians. You are however right when you state that, it is up to the palestinians to learn civility and stop terrorizing others. It is up to them to refuse to elect extreme terrorists like hamas. Never forget, that the palestinians voted for hamas in a free and democratic election. hamas is responsible for the deliberate attacks on innocent civilians. This translates to the fact that the palestinian people, palestinian civilians do not want peace, nor land, what they want is the annihilation of Israel.

Remember, had the palestinians agreed to the UN Partition, they would have had what they never had before, land.

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The Palestinians launch attacks, they commit terrorist actions against Israel... That is an act of war.

If a terrorist are allowed to operate in your area, their victims are justified in attacking and killin them by any means the victim chooses.

I don't want to hear the Palestinians excuses. Egypt doesn't have terrorist attacking Israel. Why? Because when they did, Israel kicked their asses and we the US had to stop Israel from taking egypts capital.

One obligation of a people is maintaining control over those with the guns. Trade their lives to do so if so need be. If you cannot control your radicals, you will never be able to control a nation. There for the Palestinians Must self police before I will say anything against Israel.

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There is no war......there is only a people struggling against an neo nazi apartheid regime who would left unabated by the world community, would continue to subjugate, dispose and slaughter them. As I said, fortunately for the them, the extortion for Holocaust guilt is pretty much at an end...and a return to the pre 68 borders which will come with the return of the labor party in the next decade is almost a certainty, after which Likud and Bibi can stop the fraud and the pretense that they are anything other then an international terrorist group

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Welcome to the face of war.

If the Palestinians want it to end, they must stop fighting. They must self police and kill their radicals. Anything less will only yield more death and no, the world won help them... The world will only provide false hope. At the end of the day, Isreal has their lands, and if they want it back... They must pay the price.

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The Lavon Affair refers to a failed Israeli covert operation, code named Operation Susannah, conducted in Egypt in the Summer of 1954. As part of the false flag operation,[1] a group of Egyptian Jews were recruited by Israeli military intelligence for plans to plant bombs inside Egyptian, American and British-owned targets. The attacks were to be blamed on the Muslim Brotherhood, Egyptian Communists, "unspecified malcontents" or "local nationalists" with the aim of creating a climate of sufficient violence and instability to induce the British government to retain its occupying troops in Egypt's Suez Canal zone.[2] The operation caused no casualties, except for those members of the cell who committed suicide after being captured.

The operation ultimately became known as the Lavon Affair after the Israeli defense minister Pinhas Lavon was forced to resign as a consequence of the incident. Before Lavon's resignation, the incident had been euphemistically referred to in Israel as the "Unfortunate Affair" or "The Bad Business" (Hebrew: ???? ?????, HaEsek HaBish). After Israel publicly denied any involvement in the incident for 51 years, the surviving agents were officially honored in 2005 by being awarded certificates of appreciation by Israeli President Moshe Katzav.[3]

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A little injection of facts:

1948 Arab–Israeli War (November 1947 - July 1949) - Started as 6 months of civil war. Arab militias attacked Jewish civilians at the end of the British Mandate of Palestine and turned into a regular war after the declaration of independence of Israel and the intervention of several Arab armies. In its conclusion, a set of agreements were signed between Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria, called the 1949 Armistice Agreements, which established the armistice lines between Israel and its neighbours, also known as the Green Line.

Reprisal operations (1950s - 1960s) - Military operations carried out by the Israel Defense Forces during the 1950s and 1960s. These actions were in response to constant fedayeen during which Arab guerillas infiltrated from Syria, Egypt, and Jordan into Israel to carry out attacks against Israeli civilians and soldiers. The policy of the reprisal operations was exceptional due to Israel's declared aim of getting a high 'blood cost' among the enemy side which was believed to be necessary in order to deter them from committing future attacks.

Suez Crisis (October 1956 and not 1954 as the revisionists tend to claim) - A military attack on Egypt by Britain, France, and Israel, beginning on 29 October 1956. The attack followed Egypt's decision of 26 July 1956 to nationalize the Suez Canal after the withdrawal of an offer by Britain and the United States to fund the building of the Aswan Dam. Even so, Israel managed to re-open the Straits of Tiran and pacified its southern border.

Six-Day War (June 1967, and not in 1968 as the revisionists tend to claim) - Fought between Israel and Arab neighbors Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. The nations of Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Algeria, and others also contributed troops and arms to the Arab forces.

And finally, Israelis are largely secular.

Anyone that claims otherwise, either never set foot in Israel, or more likely a Stormfront antisemitic pig with a major ax to grind against Jews and Israel.

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8inchable...but only one story supported by History

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