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Originally posted by poedxsoldiervet
reply to post by oozyism
oozy I am curious where do you get your information? You spout off at the mouth but yet back nothing up, like ooo lets say WWII was a civial War???? WTF!!!! Was it the northvs south? East vs West? Shirt vs Skins?
Israel’s leader is demanding that Israeli troops remain on the border of a future Palestinian state with neighboring Jordan, further antagonizing the Palestinians at a time when they are already threatening to walk out of peace talks.
The negotiations, which resumed this month in Washington after a two-year breakdown, are foundering over Palestinian demands that Israel extend a partial curb on settler construction in the occupied West Bank which is set to expire soon.
Israel’s military chief told lawmakers on Tuesday that the military was preparing for possible clashes between Israelis and Palestinians should the negotiations run aground.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has contended that Israel must maintain a troop presence along the border with Jordan to keep Palestinian militants from smuggling in weapons to the occupied West Bank after a peace deal is reached.
Late on Monday, Netanyahu drove home this position in great detail – angering the Palestinians, who flatly reject the idea as an infringement of their prospective sovereignty. They have proposed that an international force be deployed instead.
“I don’t believe that under these circumstances, international troops will do the job,” Netanyahu said in a conference call with US Jewish leaders. “The only force that can be relied on to defend the Jewish people is the [Israeli military].”
That will never happen, said Palestinian spokesman Husam Zomlot, adding that “not one Israeli soldier” will be permitted to remain in a future Palestinian state.
People are being manipulated to hate each other, l
Originally posted by oozyism
reply to post by minkey53
What do you think will happen to US soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan if Iran is attacked?
Americans are crying after couple of thousand US troop deaths, imagine 50000, it would only take a hundred stingers ..
Originally posted by KilrathiLG
reply to post by nenothtu
i almost never dissagree with you and NEVER agree with oozy as i have him on ignore the only think i can even TRY to think of as a "civil war" that happend in ww2 was the french vs vichy french but i think that might have just been a cloaboration effort not full on civil war does that make sense but thats the only thing i can think of that he could be talking about