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Six Days War Is Unavoidable

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Submitted by PK Low (China), Jun 29, 2003 at 22:29

I was not born during the Six Days War, neither I am Christian, Muslim nor Jew. However, being raised up in a Muslim community makes me strongly believe that unless one is an extraordinary tolerant person, there will be no choice but war in order to get along with the Muslim. I don't mean to offend the Arab because Arab is not equal to Islam, but I strongly condemn this religion for its irrationality in favor of the so-called "Muslim brother and sister". Generally speaking, muslims don't judge by right or wrong, they judge by the religion. If someone smashes your car from the back when you drive straight on the road, you still have to compensate him for the damage caused if he were a muslim because all the "muslim brother and sister" will come over to rough you up if you don't. Please be noted that I was raised in country of democracy but with the muslim as majority!

To my utmost surprise when I travel to China (a country notorious with religion oppression) and work there for 5 years, I found out the same how the Chinese is tolerating this minority group in the country, and even in the university. Just ask around any college students in any Chinese province and you will have the same answer!

I really pity Israel for being in this dilemma, you are forced to fight back and when you win, the fault is on you and condemned by those who never live along with muslim. And I understand you know well that once the Palestinian Arab is given the right back to Israel, the whole country will be a war zone because muslim just couldn't get along with others....and when there is no others, they will fight among themselves!

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