There has to be a better alternative. Jews, a minority? But of course, Nut. Palestine must be given back yo its owners, the Palestinan people. No ifs and buts. Try to make a case that stands before you write nonsense. And since the current state of Israel is a Bad Thing, disassembling it would be a good start to building a better state. Jews are ordinary people — citizens of homelands all over the world — who have chosen to hold the religion-based identity of Jewish.
I believe that: — Israel should continue to exist as a secular and democratic state of and for all of its Israeli citizens, immigrants, expats and refugees, equally; — it should exist alongside a secular and democratic state of and for all of its Palestinian citizens, immigrants, expats and refugees, equally; and — the fate of both states e. All that bloodshed for what? No religion will condone this massacre. You are so right…mondonut. But, we do have good numbers from An 8-month infant is a little baby.
Ask your dictionary or thesaurus. The same thesaurus will also provide you with enough terms to apply to people who defend criminals against humanity —for a stipend or out of genocidal ideology. In essence Israeli Zionists when they are optimistic regarding the future reconciliation, see the first step one of negotiating a peace treaty, a cease fire under the name of mutual recognition. Ilan Pappe is proposing a real reconciliation.
A word or two about Gaza. If I was a Gazan Palestinian I would yearn for my hometown barely 30 miles away. I would not consider Gaza my hometown, but whatever town is on the list in the photo. Therefore I favor Israel dealing with Hamas.
This is not the thought of Bibi and Lieberman. I think for Lieberman it is heartfelt.
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I think Bibi is too addicted to getting reelected to ever attempt anything revolutionary, even if in his heart he sees the lack of strategy as harmful in the long run, but he is a short run kind of guy, from here to the next election. I think the grass roots of the democratic party will be naturally opposed to Israel and there will be a struggle between the older generation of donors and the new generation of activists and the activists will win.
The ones they wielded to such great effect during the March? Maybe an RPG?
Missiles launched? Such a cartoon war; they snipped a few inches of barbed wire, burnt some tires, and sent over a couple of burning kites. Lewis Carol absurdities.
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Are you for forgetting the weapons of mass destruction launched by the Palestinians — or as we call them Kites. Israeli society is insane.
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The treatment of Gaza is part of it. Behind it all is the fear of the settler. Israel is right in the middle of a huge Muslim region. Jewish Israelis are afraid of Muslims. Israel will not aim for peace because it is afraid of the Palestinians shafting Israel. Because Israeli society is not rational it cannot analyse systemic problems rationally. But there are several interesting dynamics that are slowly destabilising it.
So there is not going to be any happily ever after. Israel reminds me of Freisler, the Nazi judge.
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The attempt to create an alternative reality, beyond what decent people would consider appropriate. Maybe it sounds ok in Hebrew. It is bullshit in English. Because it always comes back to people and how you treat them.
Freisler was killed by an American bomb in Yes, Freisler—he had the White Rose kids in his ridiculous red clown robed courtroom. And then they were murdered by his judicial order. And yes, the American bomb caved in the ceiling on his head. If they ever want to solve it…. Why would they want to solve it… except by the Zionist-approved, originally all-American method of genocide of the indigenous owners? Maybe some day PBS will do a good history lesson on the Nakba….
However if the majority of Jews in Israel and elsewhere see nothing wrong with the occupation, theft of lands and lives, persistent violence and humiliation perpetrated on Palestinians by Israel then there really is no hope. When the majority want all of Palestine and part of Syria.
There is no hope for an honest reconciliation.
Of all the people on the planet one would think Jews would understand the need for sincere and honest acknowledgement of horrific crimes committed against them. WWII death camps systematic genocide. I respect his continued effort to dig down to some of the core issues, to push the envelope in regard to the potential of the human spirit to acknowledge, heal and try to move forward. They will become even more isolated, solidify their apartheid status and be called out on it via boycotts, sanctions and divestment.
Well, yoope yeh. Pappe, like many other ignorant leftist upstarts, has no real understanding that the conflict is now a religious conflict. It was not in , and Pappe skillfully avoids placing blame on the Arabs for not accepting the Partition Plan, that the Jewish leadership at the time was.
That plan would have given the Palestinians way more than what they are asking for today, or should I say, asking for in the meantime. Sorry Pappe, you cannot bring back all those who have died because the Palestinians believed their Arab and Muslim brothers were on the way to annihilate the Jewish people.
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You are a sad man Pappe. Yup, you said it, a religious conflict. Emet: … Pappe skillfully avoids placing blame on the Arabs for not accepting the Partition Plan, that the Jewish leadership at the time was. That plan would have given the Palestinians way more than what they are asking for today …. Presumably you are sat at your computer writing your comments in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
Now Emet imagine a group of strange foreign people armed to the teeth sponsored and supported by a group of rich and powerful foreigners coming into your home and taking over the home but in order in the interim not to risk embarassing or turning off the support of these backers telling you that you can retain a couple of the rooms in your home amounting to say around a quarter although their plan is to evict you and your family in due course.
Oh and the justification for what they are doing according to them is in a book of fiction. Well Emet I guess following your logic that you would simply say no problem feel free happy to accommodate. How to Walk is a unique gift for those who want a comprehensive yet simple guide to understanding the many benefits of walking meditation, along with meditative poems to recite silently while walking.
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