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Reader comment on item: Will Yasser Arafat try to stop suicide bombings?

Submitted by David Tregerman (United States), May 16, 2002 at 12:30

Your Host simply likes to play the moral equivalence nonsense
to the hilt. You Sir are a great defending advocate for Israel's
position. I attended your SUNY Stonybrook "Arab-Israeli conflict"
In March. You handled the leftwing "mad moslem students" quite well.
They always love guerrila theatre. You do very well as Daniel in the
lion's den.

Chris Matthews is just another Anti-Jew Jew baiter.
Why allow his interruptions of your responses?
He is not listening.

Why not simply state the case ( as stated by Israel National News, Arutz Sheva): This is Jewish
land and if Islam had any respect at all they would leave instead of propagating like rabbits on the 50 year UNWRA dole. Some form of relocation will be needed.

Also on the issue of "land for peace," where Egypt gives up Northern Sinai
from Kantara to El Arish and promises to fund a Desalination Plant
to enable "Palestinian" pioneers to build a state. Yeah, right! Made in "Palestine".
They could simply forego this year's $2.5billion US handout for
military equipment and spend the same on above plant and an
Electrical power plant.

G-d forbid they should try to build their 22nd Arab state...

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