posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 05:27 AM
reply to post by gem_man
As I've said many times before- Most Israelis aren't aware of these kinds of things.. If this is true than this could turn into a big deal if taken
to court, and it could easily be taken to court.
I suggest we see how this develops- Let's see what the Israeli media does with this, let's see what kind of public attention it gets, and I'd like
to see more accurate details, I don't know if I trust this source..
It seems like some kind of idiotic scare tactic.. Something along the lines of 'Are you sure you want to throw rocks at cars? Look at what happens
when you do'.. These children should be treated no different than Israeli children.
Although Israel children don't throw rocks at cars, they go to school. These people have schools, they should be encouraged to go, instead of being
encouraged to go throw rocks. Children should not be involved in this.
As for Silwan, the Arabs and the Jews there have been living in peace for years, and now that there are plans for building a new tourist center, and
some houses were built there illegally, suddenly there's an outcry.
The problem is both the Jewish and the Arab community leaders of Silwan agree to this plan, and the "trouble makers" are all outside elements. Right
and leftwing extremists from both sides are flocking to Silwan to have their big battle, and the people of Silwan get stuck in the middle.
So no, this is no ethnic cleansing, and the Arab majority is not a thorn in the side of the Israelis.. Maybe, to extremists, but most Israelis just