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The Jewish people war of survival was not won when Hitler lost. It continues to this day

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Submitted by YJ Draiman (United States), Mar 15, 2015 at 18:27

The Jewish people war of survival was not won when Hitler lost. It continues to this day, against enemies with far more effective tools of mass murder at their disposal. Plus we are easy to find now.

The West Bank (Judea and Samaria) was re-taken and liberated from Jordan by Israel in 1967 after another failed Arab attempt at destroying the young Jewish state and has been under Israel control ever since. In the Oslo accords (which are now null and void), Israel tried to give the PA limited supervision on a part of the area but it obviously did not work as the Arab goal here is not the creation of a Palestinian state but simply the destruction of the Jewish state. If they wanted a Palestinian state, they would have asked Jordan before 1967 for the territories. They never bothered (because they knew it was occupied Jewish territory) until Israel took over.

Israel must stop all Arab violence at all costs and restore security and safety to its citizens.

YJ Draiman


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