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Pleaseher:

While you and the conservatives here will differ on political views than I have... Even I do not try debating Party on middle east politics or guns.

Not because he is entirely wrong, but because he comes up with only the farthest Left answers.

As I have said. I am not for banning weapons or limiting clips, strips or drums. What I want from the right is responsible use of said weapons. To not support people who fail to take every chance to disengage, deescalate and generally prevent the need to use weapons.

As for the middle east... As sad as it is to say, the Left know little of how war must be fought so to win. Far too often, they, like the war hawks are far too willing to send someone else to fight wars they want to start.

That is why I believe all conflict (use of military force) ought be preceeded by Tax, draft and rationing of resources for the conflict/war effort.

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Pleaser7 if I'm no mistaken you are either Jewish or have some connection to Judaism.

Please, ignore the shiny faced chubby racist! Notice that most people here do. He's a bigot who fancies himself as black! Indeed he posted that.

He spent months in suspension precisely because of his antisemitic attacks, calling people horrible names and slandering anyone that dared to challenge him. Most either ignore him or simply report him.

If you review his posting history you'll see exactly what I mean.

As to Israel "burning kids".

1- Goldstone's report of Israel using white phosphorous was recanted.

2- I agree with you wholeheartedly, Palestinians use their children as human shields.

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Oh my! I would think Israel would want a stable Middle East where terrorist attacks emanating from outside Israeli Borders were non existent. The problem is the various nations surrounding Israel are fragmented with sub ethnic and religious groups which tend to have extremist values. That is why only dictatorships exists in the Muslim Lands. The dictators tend to keep the extremists in check. The sad portion is the community or Political Subdivisions which the dictators operate all despise the Israelis.

As far as children being burned with Willie Pete, Cluster Bomb Units or Napalm what else can one expect when Terrorists seek bases right next to schools, day care centers etc.. Then some have the audacity to complain about those "evil " "rotten" Israelis when their Jets drop ordnance on Terrorist Strongholds. Yes Virginia Innocent People do get killed in war. A real shame the scummy, rotten Terrorist take up positions using children as "Human Shields". A 12th Century Pope once said "Kill them All...God will know his own"

As you can tell I am not very sympathetic to the positions of Terrorists or those close to them.

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Robert...Likud's worst nightmare is a stable Arab middle east...which is why they have done everything from false flag attacks to burning innocent children with phosphorus to prevent it

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Party:

1) an unstable Middle East keeps the price of oil high and thus hides the price gouging of the oil industry.

It gives the military industrial complex a reason to exist.

It enables the wealthy to divide the population of the world.

Instability does a lot for the power brokers of the world... It also keeps Russia unstable by having unstable nations next to it.

2) Isreal doesn't create enemies, the Middle East powers have always water with themselves, any college history professor can point you to any number of actual historical text. The Middle East will for all time be unstable.

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Robert...What Israel wants is unstable Arab nation states, and they spend a lot of their American taxpayer funded GDP to make sure that happens.....even though it is contrary to their welfare provider's interests

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Isreal doesn't want the rebels to win, the Syrians haven't been a problem for he Isrealis for a long time and if the rebels win, the Syrians can become a problem once more.

So as this is a Islamic on Islamic problem, the Isrealis aren't going to get involved... Which is the correct course of action.

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Gee...Where are our "special friends" in Likud during this Syrian situation? They have been as quiet as the sphinx (Pun intended) I guess they must be busy unloading their billions in welfare money off the planes from their "special" Goyum (Cattle) useful idiots in Congress ,,,,,Yeah....we have a "special" relationship....they are not only useless, but a hindrance

It's not just "what have you done for me lately", it's.."What have you EVER done for me?"

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So much hate just because one little chubby-cheeked Goyim boy from Queens was teased, taunted and picked-on at the grade school playground by his Jew-boy betters.

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"SAN DIEGO - A map distributed in a language class at San Diego State University labeled Israel as Palestine, leading to an outcry from the local Jewish community.

Sources told Team 10 the map was handed out by a professor on the second day of class in an Arabic language course. Sources said students were upset and unsure how to protest the erroneous map because they feared speaking out publicly could have a negative impact on their grades.

One student talked with Team 10, on the condition of anonymity.

"I don't really believe it was the right place for dialogue," the student said. "It is a language class, it's not a class about conflict."

Students gave the map to the non-profit, pro-Israel San Diego group, "Stand With Us."

The group sent a newsletter to its members and urged the community to contact the department's chairman and Arabic program director. The group also posted the map to its Facebook page.

The electronic newsletter states the map "not only fails to label 'Israel' as a legitimate country," but that "it falsely portrays the entire territory of Israel as 'Palestine.'"

"I want to see an apology from the professor, and I want to see him to hand out a correct map," the student said.

Nicole Bernstein, of Stand With Us, questioned the department chair about the map, and she shared that response with Team 10.

The department chair said the professor used Palestine in place of Israel on the labels to "reflect the view of Arab-speakers in the region."

Also, the statement to the group said the language class professor intended to "have students get into groups and research the political developments of each area on the map, with the assumption that this would lead to a discussion of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the history of the state of Israel."

Near the end of the reply to the group, it said the professor would "distribute a map that includes labels for members of the Arab League as well as Israel."

Team 10 contacted SDSU late Tuesday morning with questions about the handout, and on Tuesday afternoon the school issued this statement:

"While SDSU encourages scholarly debate and discussion of varying opinions, presenting inaccurate information to students in not acceptable. SDSU's Provost has conferred with the department chair, who spoke with the faculty member. This inaccurate portrayal will not reoccur."

Bernstein said despite how it happened, it should not happen again.

"Whether it was intentional or not intentional, whether it was part of course work or part of a plan, none of that context was given," Bernstein said. "That is what the problem was."

Students and the group still want an apology from the professor.

“Regardless of the views, there are false images and realistic images,” the anonymous student said. “Bringing his own bias to the classroom was just not o.k.”

The United States does not recognize Palestine as a sovereign nation."

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