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Today Gaza, Tomorrow Jerusalem

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posted on Aug, 9 2005 @ 11:13 AM
If one would read the history of the region, one would find that the "Palestinians" were more than welcome, and they were as equals, not the case if the tables were turned.
It is because of the intense desire to remove the Israelis from dry land that there is a problem in the region. There'll be no peace as long as the Jews have any piece of land there, let alone the "West Bank" (Judea and Samaria)

posted on Aug, 9 2005 @ 11:51 AM
Let’s really examine what has happened here.

1st, the land that is now Israel was controlled by the British who gave the land to the UN who gave it to be Israel.
The Gaza strip among many other lands was won in war. The Gaza strip was "owned" by Jordan NOT THE PALISTIANS!!!!!!!! It was taken when Jordan and several other countries tried to destroy Israel-again.

If the Palestine thinks they are going to kill all the Israelis and take over Jerusalem-they have a nasty surprise coming to them.

posted on Aug, 9 2005 @ 11:55 AM

Jerusalem was Arabic, before the British decided that Israel should be placed there. For 2000 years, it was Arabic land.

It was Israel for 2000 years before that, so what?

posted on Aug, 9 2005 @ 12:10 PM
Because it would be like the British Gov deciding that North America was to be given back to the Indian tribes that were here before the Spanish and everyone else showed up... after WW2.

(not quite?)

Or perhaps say had the Japanese won the war... it would be like the Japanese deciding that Texas was to go back to the Mexicans.


Then displacing all the millions of Texans in to this little corner of the state, then dropping a few Mexicans in to Houston and giving them the right to kill Texans at will.

IT WAS SAID... from the get go... that the ONLY WAY that the State of Israel would be able to survive would be if there were guns pointed outward from its boarders at everyone else around them.

Whoever said that should get a raise (can't remember).

What needs to happen, is the apartheid there needs to end.. they need to allow everyone there to have equal rights.. over every bit of land there, and the problems will end. Its very simple. All very simple.

I do not know if perhaps setting up the whole country like Jeruselem is set up would work out.. but really I don't understand why the area (Israel) was not made 'international' in the first place.. I don't understand why it was all handed over to Jewish control.. well.. actually.. that is where things get complicated right? The wars.. the boarder expansion. Yeah, sorry.. I remember now.


posted on Aug, 9 2005 @ 12:36 PM

Originally posted by Vis Mega

What needs to happen, is the apartheid there needs to end.. they need to allow everyone there to have equal rights..


A central goal of official apartheid "separate development" was to strip black South Africans of their citizenship. Gaza & West Bank Palestinians were never citizens of Israel. Why should Israel grant equal rights to foreigners?

....And Gazastrip has to be clean of Jews soon....

synagogue in Neve Dekalim/Gazastrip (will be dismantled)

[edit on 9-8-2005 by Riwka]

posted on Aug, 9 2005 @ 12:45 PM
They were also never "Palestinians", which is why I always put that title in between quotation marks. The West Bank was taken back after it was taken previously.
Jordan is Palestine, and that was admitted by a Jordanian king, so, where's the beef, chief?
Why aren't the "Palestinians" in Palestine? As a matter of fact, as one could sy they belong to greater Syria, why not Syria? As we all know, the adorable Arab nations have not assimilated the "Palestinians" because they are to be used as pawns against the state of Israel.

posted on Aug, 9 2005 @ 01:50 PM
Hmm, yes, you might want to ask why the palestinians aren't conducting terror operations against Jordan since that comprised 75% of Palestine under the British mandate.

So the Palestinians do have a state already, it was just renamed Jordan (or Trans-Jordan in the early days). Maybe the Jordanians can give them some of that?

posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 07:58 AM
"Islamic Jihad leader Ramadan Shalah announced that his organization would continue launching terrorist attacks against Israel even after the upcoming withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.

When asked whether Gaza operatives would continue firing Kassam rockets and mortar shells at Israeli communities, Shalah replied that this depends on a number of factors, including Palestinian efforts to maintain national unity."

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