reply to post by bpg131313
In reference to your post, it seems you were implying that Israel has plans for a "greater Israel" (which is a religious concept)..
Muslims are paranoid people. There is no society on earth where conspiracy theories run amok as dangerously as in the Muslim world. For instance, most
people there believe Jews control the whole world, that the control the media, banking (ignoring all the gentiles who are also involved in these
enterprises), that the Jews created Aids, were responsible for 9/11 etc. Its clear that this is just a case of projection, projecting all imaginable
evils on one group of people.
Thus, to insist that there is merit in claiming Israel is actually planning for a greater Israel is antisemitic, because it is not based on any
evidence, other than a "hunch" people have. And "hunches", are not good enough. "Hunches" led to the holocaust. Hunches like these are
prejudicial and hateful.
There is no "large segment" in Israel that wants a greater israel, like you imply. The only party that could possibly be liable to that accusation
was Kach, which was BANNED from Israeli politics. And anytime a conservative MK even suggests the notion of 'removing' Palestinians from Israel or
the westbank, they're immediately lambasted. If this idea - of removing Arabs from Israel - is so unpopular, how can you imagine that Israel actually
wants to create wars, damage their economy, their society??? There's no basis for it. It's a pluralistic society, with the left (labor) keeping an
eye on the right (likud), and vice verca.