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Postby uncle janko » Fri Jan 05, 2007 8:49 pm

Worth reading, and sobering.
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Postby kakaretso » Wed Feb 21, 2007 10:58 am

And how did it become Londonistan? If Europe had atoned for the Holocaust, assisting Jewish survivors and ruthlessly crushing futher anti-Semitric acts instead of placing a sort of Holy real estate company in Palestine, elements within Islam would most probably not have become radicalised and ultra violent.
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Postby Carl_Reginstein » Thu Apr 19, 2007 4:49 pm

kakaretso wrote:And how did it become Londonistan? If Europe had atoned for the Holocaust, assisting Jewish survivors and ruthlessly crushing futher anti-Semitric acts instead of placing a sort of Holy real estate company in Palestine, elements within Islam would most probably not have become radicalised and ultra violent.


Bullshit
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Postby DTechBA » Thu Apr 19, 2007 6:26 pm

Carl_Reginstein wrote:
kakaretso wrote:And how did it become Londonistan? If Europe had atoned for the Holocaust, assisting Jewish survivors and ruthlessly crushing futher anti-Semitric acts instead of placing a sort of Holy real estate company in Palestine, elements within Islam would most probably not have become radicalised and ultra violent.


Bullshit


Ditto, another person who doesn't understand that the Jewish presence in the middle east predated WW2.

Facts:

1. Jerusalem is historically a Jewish city, predating the Muslim presence by centuries.

2. Jews outnumbered Palestinians in Jerusalem prior to WW2.

3. There was NEVER a nation known as Palestine in the middle east. However, there was an Israel prior to the Roman destruction of said state.

4. After the UN declared Israel a nation the Arab's attacked first and lost (and lost again and again).

5. Large numbers of Arabs started entering Palestine at the same time as did the Jews in the early 20th Century during the British Mandate so the historical presence claim used by many displaced Palestinians is false.

If we want to argue history how far back do we go? According to the Bible others held the land which became Israel before they did.
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Postby John Bear » Fri Apr 20, 2007 1:45 am

6. The Arabs were told by their leaders in 1948 to leave their homes and land very briefly, and as soon as the war was over and Israel obliterated, in a matter of days or weeks, they could return.
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