reply to post by buster2010
But what right did Britain have to steal Palestinian Land to give it to them.
None. I don't agree with it.
That's why I mentioned the solution of placing Israel in a remote area where they wouldn't bother, nor disturb anyone. However, like I previously
stated, there was section in the resolution that established a Palestinian state along with an Israeli state. They were obligated to cooperate with
each-other, and several points were made that would force Israel to deal with Palestine peacefully, and there were even several economical treaties
settled to make them both succeed in becoming independent states. Palestine - if the Arab community hadn't started a war over the resolution - could
have been a friend of Israel, since both would gain something from the resolution.
But what is done, is done.
They had nothing to do with what happened to the Jews. Part of Germany should have been given to them that is the nation that waged war with
No, but they were one of the Allied power that won WW2, and that gave them special powers and international credibility. I'm not saying I agree with
that philosophy, but that's what happened.
Delivering a part of Germany to the Jewish community would be asking for the same thing to happen again.
Besides, back then Germany was divided. Even if the international community wanted to place them there, they couldn't because of all the political
implications they would have to go through.
It's really no problem to produce crops when you steal other peoples farmlands.
I wasn't talking that. I mentioned the crops that they developed in deserted fields. Israel has been the pioneer in a lot of fertilization and
Even now they constantly steal the olive groves from both Muslims and Christians that have farmed that land for generations.
If those crimes were committed by extremists - like your link states - then Israel needs to get on top of it and stop it.
If those crimes are being committed by Israel, then the international community needs to stop Israel from doing it.
There was peace in that area before the Zionist moved in. Christian , Muslims and Jews lived together with no problems until the creation of
Israel. Zionist are the ones that brought hatred into this area.
I completely disagree.
That area has been in constant war, and it is all related to religion - not specifically Jewish.
Pining the responsibility for that on Israel - or any specific group - is historically correct. We should not allow our presence in History cloud our
judgment under the scale of past events.
By the way, thank you for changing the way you address my posts. It's now clear that we can exchange arguments without any unpleasant comments.
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