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Arie Hasit, 26, witnessed the birth of Facebook. He shared the same apartment as Mark Zuckerberg, the site's founder, joined the same college fraternity, and witnessed first-hand the company's initial climb from a dormitory start-up to a dominant mega-monstrosity on the Web.
Hasit grew up in Philadelphia. Since he was young, he dreamed of immigrating to Israel, which he did two years ago. Today he is serving in the Israel Defense Forces Spokespersons Unit. He chose to enlist for a year-and-a-half rather than the six months which are required of new immigrants in his age bracket. Israel is not foreign to him.
"Every summer I was in Jewish summer camp in the U.S. From time to time I would visit Israel."
wt truth !! about wt ? ?
you will ask me that !!
the truth of being f**ked by our ppl !! the arabs !! they have forgotten when they have lost Palestine in 6 days to Israel !!
made you forget wt is Palestine !!
more is coming !! ..... !!
If you are an Arab and support Israel, this group is for you. It's time to break the streotype that all arabs hate Israel, because this is not true. It's time for us Arabs to make peace with Israel and at the same time take advantage of Israel being so close to Arab countries. Israel has the highest GNP in middle east and is the only democracy in the Middle East. If we recognize Israel, chances are that Israel will invest in the middle east and all Arab's countries economies will improve, don't get me wrong Arabs, Israel has allready said it wants to make HABIBIS (friends) with Arab nations, we just got to recognize it. In conclusion I just wanna say, terrorism does not reslove nothing, it just brings more death by Israel having to retaliate and as a result killing the bad guys and sometimes the good guys. Islam, Judaism and Christianity used to be one, we are all brothers (Bratan), so why are we killing each other????
Originally posted by SFwife
Last time I checked there were no Jews running around sawing ppl's head off ,flying planes into buildings ,killing American Soldiers ...I mean I don't know how you can even compare
Originally posted by ManBehindTheMask
Is it me or is there a whole lot of anti Israel , antisemitism going on, on ATS. Im really disturbed by this, for all these people who deny ignorance, it seems to be that this type of rhetoric would be a non issue.
What happened to tolerance, what happened to getting the facts straight? Im very very disappointed in the amount of stuff coming out against the jewish people and Israel thats being posted, without people checking the facts, it makes me worried for this website.
Originally posted by Goathief
reply to post by dooper
Blabla, not getting into that side of the debate in this thread - my point is that the vast majority of Israeli/Zionist policy critics are not anti-Semites despite apologists wanting you to believe that.
If you wish to discuss the finer points of Israeli foreign policy feel free to U2U me the link to a more suitable thread.
Zionism is the national revival movement of the Jewish people. It holds that the Jews have the right to self-determination in their own national home, and the right to develop their national culture. Historically, Zionism strove to create a legally recognized national home for the Jews in their historical homeland. This goal was implemented by the creation of the State of Israel. Today, Zionism supports the existence of the state of Israel and helps to inspire a revival of Jewish national life, culture and language.
a worldwide Jewish movement that resulted in the establishment and development of the state of Israel.
Initially under British rule New Zealand had been part of the colony of New South Wales. In 1840 New Zealand became a separate colony, and there were increasing numbers of European settlers particularly from the British Isles. At first, Māori were eager to trade with the 'Pakeha', as they called them, and many iwi (tribes) became wealthy. As settler numbers increased, conflicts over land led to the New Zealand Land Wars of the 1860s and 1870s, resulting in the loss of much Māori land. The detail of European settlement and the acquisition of land from Māori remain controversial.