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Reader comment on item: What If: Fifty Years After the Six-Day War

Submitted by Dr. Eliezer Ramon (Israel), Jun 5, 2017 at 05:24

Dear Sir,
First – thanks for all your assays
And, please, about : ' Israeli conquest of eastern Jerusalem' , 'we did not conquer Jerusalem, we r e c la I m e d it.
And, some historical notes :
1929 Hebron massacre of Jews by Arabs was a long time beore rhe 'occupation' of the so called 'West Bank', which was the cradle of ancient Israel.
1936/37 intifada was a very long time before the establishment of the modern sovereign State of Israel.
And to all 'dogooders' --- learn the Kuran and the Hadith' and see the orders to kill Jews, and ALL Infidels, and impose Islam rule on the whole world.
Dr. Eliezer Ramon
I was born 1937, and luckily the Intifadists missed my mother on her way through Rehovot to the hospital to deliver me.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

I accept your word "reclaim" from a Zionist perspective but I don't use words like that because I am offering as objective an analysis as I can.

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