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HAMAS always break the ceasefire. They have zero intention of any peaceful resolution and have repeatedly stated their intent to wipe out the Jews (in
No one breaks treaties more than Israel. And what about the JDL running around painting gas the Arabs? Doesn't sound like they want peace either.
I'm sure the JDL doesn't want peace, but What exactly does a far-right extremist group, based in Los Angeles have to do with Israeli desire for
peace? Their founder was put in jail BY ISRAEL for ploting to kill Palestinians! Israel later passed a law to bar racists candidates from election.
Do you truly believe that the JDL represents Israel? If you do, then I will have to facepalm - if you don't, then you are intentionally being
disingenuous and trying to paint Israel in a negative light based on the actions of a few extremists!
In 2002, the Southern Poverty Law Center added the Jewish Defense League to its list of watched hate groups for its "long history of bombing,
assaulting and threatening its perceived enemies" such as "the Soviet Union, neo-Nazi activists, Palestinian leaders, prominent black Americans and
even Jewish moderates" as well as other Jewish radicals, and stated that the JDL "claims to have 13,000 members, but apparently has a few dozen at
In 1985, the Knesset passed an amendment to Israel's Basic Law, barring "racist" candidates from election. The Central Elections Committee
banned Kahane a second time, and he appealed to the Israeli Supreme Court. This time, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the committee, disqualifying
Kach from running in the 1988 elections. Kahane was thus the first candidate in Israel to be barred from election for racism.
The Arabs used to use the Wailing Wall as a latrine. So much for respecting other religions.
And Israelis spits on Christians and calls Arabs sub human. Doesn't seem like the Israelis have much respect either.
I don't doubt it's possible, but as I'm sure others have noticed by now, your post is following a theme where you take the actions of extremists as
the standard practice of all Israeli's - That's not how it is here, but so many beleive the propaganda. Hamas are the extremists in Gaza - I don't
hate all Palestinians, just the ones that try to kill me. I'm sure there are many in Gaza that could co-exist with Israeli's, but Hamas doesn't
want that. They are the cause of everything that is wrong in Gaza over the last 5 years. And now they are using children to try an provoke a
response from the IDF:
Anything for a propaganda edge. Also Google and check Youtube for "Pallywood" - I especially like the one where the "dead" guy is dropped, falls
out of his coffin, jumps up and climbs back into the coffin - this happens a couple more times during the funeral procession if I remember right..
It's also worth noting that over 1.5 MILLION Arabs are Israeli citizens making up >20% of the population and they live peacefully inside Israel, not
the West Bank or Gaza. So obviously it is possible, but when you have thugs & terrorists running things, there will never be peace. I would also
like to say, that I don't blindly agree with everything Israel does and I know they have made some bad choices.
In the time I've spent here in Israel, (almost 3 of the last 5 years) I've never heard of any anti-Christian assaults. My friend and coworker is
both, Arab & Christian - I've never heard about anything like that from him. He has a good life here and makes a very good living relative to the
average Israeli, is well liked, and is a highly respected member of our team. The whole "Israeli's hate all Arabs" thing is very overblown - they
just have a problem with people that try to kill them by launching thousands of rockets into their country... I think anyone would have a problem
I've been very welcomed by the Israeli's here and invited to weddings, into their homes for holiday dinners, parties, and more - they are a very
warm and friendly people when you get to know them. But then again I'm not trying to kill them by launching rockets indiscriminantly into their
If anyone ever has the chance to vist Israel, or even better, live/work in Israel for an extended time, do it! It will really open your eyes and you
will realize how much you really don't know, and much of what you think you know is wrong...
And did I mention the beautiful women here? Ladies, I hear there are lots of good looking guys here too, but I don't notice that sort of thing so I
can't really say...