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... Amin, the master of double standards.

Reader comment on item: The Arabs as Seen Fifty Years Ago
in response to reader comment: Colouring Racism

Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), Mar 24, 2012 at 05:30

Well I am sad to see that your terror of Americans still controls your every muddled thought.

You, as an immigrant to the UK, have the strangest ideas. Therefore considering your hate of non indigenous peoples, do you think the British should kick you out? Or does it only apply to others and not you?The Jews have a far greater right to live in Israel than you do in the UK, using your definition of what is correct.

Well ... Amin? Are you moving back to India soon? You seem to ignore the the first peoples to displace the Indians were actually Spanish and not white Europeans. It was the British who displaced the Spanish. Considering how much they terrify you, you seem very ignorant of the history of the USA.

Or are you saying that only white European immigrations should be resisted? So who is the racist now ... Amin? I guess you will not respond to this as you can only make yourself look a bigger racist or a bigger fool.

You also seem to forget that the Jews have always been inhabitants of Israel, unlike Indians like you who live in Great Britain, who have no such historical link.

However, your hypocrisy aside, the issue is Palestinian racism in the 20th century and how their plight is a result of this. NOT the US and your fear of Americans. Try and stay on the topic ...Amin.

Your second comment is correct

If my reading is of the situation is right. Most Palestinian and Jews are of one Semitic race.

Making your first comment seem even more ... Then your terror of the US returns when you say

Initially n.Arabs welcomed Jews into the Holy Lands - It was after they realized the Jewish intention was to impose sovereignty and their sole authority. In West Bank - Israel does what it feels like. Many Jews settled there are American

Can you make a statement without mentioning the US ... Amin? The number of American Jews who have settled in the West bank, as few as they might be, has what to do with the subject? Stop living in fear ... Amin, the US does not want you!

I also ask, what do you mean Arab welcomed? The British were in control post WW1 until 1948, before that is was under the control of the Ottoman Turks, are you living in a fantasy world? Do you know when Arabs last controlled the Holy lands?

Then you provide this gem

Why should they? This wasn't Jewish land...

LOL it is now ... Amin!!! Jews have been living in it has been for thousands of years.

I never said the Jews were welcome ... Amin, there were always Jews there, I said the Arabs sold willingly their land to the Jews. CONCENTRATE ... Amin, stop being so terrified about the US and think ...

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