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Mr. Pipes Do not you think you still live in the ideas of the past

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Submitted by Younis Bani Younes (Spain), May 6, 2012 at 20:13

Mr. Pipes

These concerns are still to this day affect and draws ideas Israeli right direction(llikod), who does not want to believe that times have changed and the world is moving towards thinking of the civil state, which is equal to the citizens of state, regardless of race or religion, and look per example this powers such as the U.S. and Australia, formed their own communities from different races and different religions in addition to that America, for example increasing the number of Muslims, he became President of America from a Muslim father, what happened did not imbalance in the state,

how long will Israel choose the difficult path coupled with fear and caution and distrust, you do think that there is no more time for the Israelis to think that there is scope for further expansion and occupation and that Israel's security is to move forward in a genuine peace process which also like so many Israeli citizens, it is now the right thing to give up thinking, contemporary,and look for the development of civil and democratic approach is equal between all shades of Israeli society, both was a Jew or a Muslim or a Christian, it is of logic and rationality to build bridges of trust between Israeli Arabs and their equality and to allow such citizens to integrate into Israeli society by building a secular state and the lifting of Israeli slogan , religion for God and the homeland for all contributions, or do you think that the racist ideology and shipment of this thought and strengthen the Israeli pursuing a policy of marginalization of the Arabs of Israel and the construction of isolated larger force to further isolate Israel more than what they are now will be more security for Israel, no Mr. Pipes, I think the balance of power in the world if changed, would not find Israel itself safe in isolation, regardless of the financial strength and military, and I think that the Jews abroad or in the West, in particular agree to this policy impacted religiously only,

I think if you told them to go to live in Israel refused under the pretext of the danger surrounding the Jewish state as imagined for them, but in fact they will not come to Israel because they do not agree with the racist policies practiced by the Israel's expansionist goals and hawks of Israelis leaders at the expense of the security of Israeli citizen first,and they are used to live in democratic patterns which will be so difficult for them to exchange with isolation policy in Israel

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