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Your frenzied personal attacks on the OP perhaps reveals deep seated personal problems you may be tormented by.
There are plenty of counsellors out there who can guide you through your hate.
The Human Rights Council has adopted more resolutions condemning Israel than it has all other states combined.
Iwish you well an dthat you can become welll again.
Originally posted by Dr Expired
I think Australia on the whole supports Israel in its quest for a peaceful life.
Just see . Right here . BlueMirage represents more the feelings of Australians .
Originally posted by bluemirage5
I'm Australian and Jewish, I myself don't believe in these show of solidarity rallies (support or against) of foreign nations or individuals even if they are peaceful rallies. If they want to show solidarity towards Israel or any other country then send a letter or petition of support to the Israeli Embassy or the embassy in question.
However, I would rally for a full investigation in to Gillard's AWU slush fund or rally against the Carbon Tax!edit on 17-11-2012 by bluemirage5 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Dr Expired
reply to post by ErtaiNaGia
FTFY Your headline is slightly misrepresenting the truth. Please correct it.
Australians are Australians regardless of religion.
These rally goers are Aussie citizens or permanent residents ...if you want to distinguish them because of the colour of their skin thats your issue not mine.
Source - The Australian / Mar. 2008
An enduring beacon of democracy in a troubled region
TO recognise the 60th anniversary of the creation of the state of Israel, which falls on May 14, Kevin Rudd will today make a statement to federal parliament offering Australia's continued goodwill and support. Together with the recent marriage of Michael Danby in the first Jewish wedding ceremony in Parliament House, it is a further demonstration of the bipartisan support that exists for Israel. The Australian shares the Government's goodwill towards Israel and supports all efforts for a two-state solution that includes self-determination for Palestine and brings lasting peace to a much-troubled region.
Predictably, today's statement to parliament - the timing of which has been agreed between the Government and the Israeli embassy for the convenience of parliament - has spawned a chorus of dissent from the usual left-wing, anti-Israel suspects. In an advertisement in this newspaper, a group claiming to be informed and concerned Australians has distanced itself from what it says is "a celebration of the triumph of racism and the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians since the al-Nakba (Catastrophe) of 1948". The group says Australia and Australians should not give the Israeli people and its leaders the impression that Australia supports them in their dispossession of the Palestinian people.
On the other hand are they informed about the history of this conflict?
Originally posted by Sublimecraft
reply to post by Dr Expired
I know no-one that would attend this "rally" for a myriad of reasons.
ISRAEL - you will NOT get our permission to slaughter innocent women and children or have you forgotten Nazi Germany already????????
"Australia supports Israel's right to defend itself against these indiscriminate attacks. Such attacks on Israel's civilian population are utterly unacceptable," the Prime Minister said.