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Reader comment on item: Accept Israel as the Jewish State?
in response to reader comment: Reply to Ms. Haslam

Submitted by Linda Haslam (United States), Dec 6, 2007 at 10:29

I hate to burst your bubble, but Israel has been willing for some time to give the Palestinians everything they have asked for except the "universial right of return." Just in case you did not know this, on several occasions (most notably the "Six Day War"); a coalition of Islamic Countries advised the Palestinians to evacuate so that they (the Islamist) could chase the Jews into the sea. Those who did this literally abandoned their homes in the hope of securing a more advantageous position. Their risk backfired. They gambled and lost.

Furthermore, if the Palestinian Peoples Muslim neighbors really cared; they would be helping them secure land and homes within their borders rather than keeping them in refugee camps. So what is their true purpose. According to a document prepared in the 1980's by the Muslim Brotherhood titled "The Project"; Islamist want to keep the Palestinian issue in the forefront as a "global wedge issue." It seems that the Palestinians are serving Allah best as propaganda in the "Lesser Jihad."


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