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Reader comment on item: Why Hamas['s Electoral Victory] Leaves Me Neutral

Submitted by Laura (Canada), Jan 31, 2006 at 11:18

It has always been my understanding that covorting with the enemy or offering the enemy comfort was a treasonous act. I cannot for the life of me imagine the benefit Israel ever derived by speaking with or aiding the 'palestinians'. These folks are just Arabs, most of whom were imported by the Syrian governor in the '30's to offset the Jewish immigration to their homeland. Let them have the right of return to their fatherlands: Syria, Arabia, etc.

In the case of Spain they have only themselves to blame when the Islamofacist terrorist rule there. And I have no pity.
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