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Labor Party boosts PLO plans to destroy Israel and Jordan : Comments

By David Singer, published 4/8/2017

A PLO-governed State located in the remaining 5% between Israel and Jordan represents a threat to both Jordan and IsraeL.

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The only mindless vortex on display here is inherent in this bottom of the barrel risible rubbish, merely masquerading as a (very feeble) attempt at patent propaganda!
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Friday, 4 August 2017 9:53:10 AM
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Anyone who loves Israel should help it by recognising a Palestinian state whose borders are precisely between Israel's pre-1967 borders and the current respective borders of Egypt and Jordan.

(conversely, anyone who hates Israel and wishes it to rot away, should encourage its occupation and the Jewish settlers)
Posted by Yuyutsu, Friday, 4 August 2017 11:21:58 AM
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In the words of the Dylan song Dave,'the times they are a changing' the Land,Water & everything else grab,the Settler/IDF murders of Palestinians,the local in OZ & in Israel,propaganda campaign against Journalists who go there & have the temerity to tell the truth.
The Illegal building in the West bank, the constant imposition of Apartheid, removing People from places they have lived in for yrs in Jerusalem, Tick,Tick Tick,Dave
As for your mythical justification for Greater Israel the Bible most of it was made up
Posted by John Ryan, Friday, 4 August 2017 12:03:05 PM
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'Hate' is a very strong word requiring a great deal of energy.
An individual who has no emotive connection to either side will tend to go with the underdog which in this case is the Palestinians who lived on the land for many centuries.
I have no intention of going in to what 'God said or did' simply because he/she didn't say it to me and I'm not about to go on hearsay.
The reality is that there are people who are being disadvantaged through no fault of their own and are entitled to live as they always have.
To my mind the West had no right to promise what wasn't theirs and or to aid and abet the subjugation of an established society.
You're judged by your actions, and the act of displacing the indigenous of the day was wrong for whatever reason is claimed.
Posted by ilmessaggio, Friday, 4 August 2017 12:58:47 PM
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Dear Ilmessaggio,

«An individual who has no emotive connection to either side will tend to go with the underdog which in this case is the Palestinians who lived on the land for many centuries.»

Appreciated.

However, just because the Palestinians are the underdog does not mean that at this particular point in time, having their own state would be to their benefit. I believe that the ordinary Palestinian would suffer under their own regime even more than they currently suffer under Israeli rule.

We both seem to want and recognise a Palestinian state, but for different reasons: I love Israel and would like it to be healed from its extreme nationalism, militarism and violent attitudes caused by its occupation of those cursed territories. You one the other hand, seem to be influenced by the propaganda of interested parties who have no real concern for the average Palestinian.
Posted by Yuyutsu, Friday, 4 August 2017 1:13:21 PM
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Thank you for defining my thoughts as you wish them to be....you were informed from the outset that 'hate' requires energy, emotive energy but energy nevertheless and in both cases the energy is used irrationally.
I desire a Rolls Royce and the fellow down the street has one in his garage. I go down to his garage and take the Rolls Royce. The Rolls Royce is now in my possession. The neighborhood is upset. Why?..... I'm going to put the Rolls Royce to much better use than the previous owner and he never used it very much anyway, it was being wasted....so I think the neighborhood should get over itself and grant me legal possession because I just 'love' the Rolls Royce....and since the previous owner doesn't have the Rolls Royce any more he doesn't have the need for his garage whereas you do....and of course with the continuing rationale, the house is not far away from being rescued either.....

So to your mind what's wrong with this picture?....because that's what people are seeing

'love' is a wonderful thing as long as others are not being deprived because of it
Posted by ilmessaggio, Friday, 4 August 2017 1:55:15 PM
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