Originally posted by AfterInfinity
Here's the thing, though: Zionists have taken up the mantle of a vigilante organization. When that happens, the inevitable questions are -
Does this group think it's above the law?
Does this group have morals we feel comfortable with?
Where does this group draw the line?
Can we count on it to do what's right, even when it wants to do otherwise?
How do we know this group is legitimate, and not a cover?
How do we know this group won't eventually work for itself, rather than the people?
Vigilante groups scare me. They can be useful, but they're also unstable. Do you want a rabid dog to guard your family?
Originally posted by EmperorXyn
Ignore the fact that instead of peaceful solutions there solution is to fire missles towards Israel an already Crazy nation. Is Israel weak for striking back?
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by MasonicFantom
Like I said.. some of us watched that, on the day it was happening as a live feed from the Territories. You would like to claim it was something else or out of context or simply mistaken. Fine.... I'd expect nothing less. What CAN be said in defense of that display of obscene hate? It wasn't just one video. It was numerous reports. I FOUND that one video as something representative of the direct personal memory I have and will never forget of what I did watch. To each their own though and the hate I watched on news reports that day carries almost unbroken to this day. Numerous threads across the site in the last few days show it. Beyond question.
Originally posted by foodstamp
Originally posted by DPrice
reply to post by dakota1s2
Is that why they repeatedly bomb Gaza and steal land steadily over decades?
You read what he said. His stance is the same mumbo jumbo that is mainstream belief. The Jews are entitled to that land regardless of who has occupied it for years. They must all leave and let the Jews back into there rightfull home. So these palestinians are the "squatters"
whatta a load of crap.
I'm an American because I live here. Not because the bible said so. If the Bible said the Chinese were entitled to a land where i live and my forefathers lived. I would defend it too. The palestinians are getting a raw deal on this one. And have been for sometime.
The first Hamas suicide bombing took place in April 1993, five months before Yasir Arafat, then-leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and Yitzhak Rabin, then-prime minister of Israel, sealed the Oslo Accords--a historic peace pact that, among other things, established limited self-government for parts of the West Bank and Gaza under the Palestinian authority. Hamas subsequently condemned the Oslo Accords, and has since launched a campaign of terrorism in efforts to undercut peace negotiations.