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The facts of who started each war are not in dispute, it was the Arabs. In each war,

Wrong!
Arabs - 1948, 1973, 2006
Israel - 1956, 1967, 1982

Even Menachem Begin agreed with these facts.
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U.N. Resolution 242 does not require Israel to give back any of the territory it captured and occupied. It only requires Israel to negotiate for permanent disposition of the territory.

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And as far as the Palestinian claim to a Right of Return, where is this recognized under international law?

UN Resolution 194. It was passed in 1948, the year Israel was created.






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U.N. Resolution 194 states the following: " Resolves that the refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbours should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property which, under principles of international law or in equity, should be made good by the Governments or authorities responsible". Ask the Hitler Enabler about the legal difference between should be permitted and shall be permitted. Where does Resolution 194 change the requirements of Resolution 181 with respect to recognition of independence? And since Palestine did not declare independence until November 15, 1988 that is the earliest its independence could possibly be recognized.

When is the earliest practicable date for people who are still at war? How is one willing to live in peace with their neighbours if one does not recognize the right of that government to exist?

And FYI, wars do not necessarily begin with the first shot being fired. The Arab blockade of the Straits of Tiran was the start of the 1967 War, and that is not in dispute.






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When is the earliest practicable date for people who are still at war? How is one willing to live in peace with their neighbours if one does not recognize the right of that government to exist?

And FYI, wars do not necessarily begin with the first shot being fired.

Are you out of your mind? Ethnic cleansing was always the goal. Zionist historian Benny Morris even concedes that much, so the Palestinians were never going to be allowed back no matter how peaceful they were. Menachem Begin said that one of the reasons for the Dier Yassin massacre was to make it easier to expel the Palestinians with less resistance, because he said it would have been impossible to create a Jewish state without forced expulsion of them, since they would have been the majority. Once when the subject of peaceful negotiations was brought up in an interview with Hamas founder Ahmed Yassin, he pointed out that as a young boy, Zionist thugs showed up at the front door of his home and put a gun to his father's head and forced his entire family to leave the house immediately with just the clothes on their backs without any negotiations at all.






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Why do you think they hate us? You are clueless.


Da frick I am. Actually studied this entire issue.

Read this and tell what is wrong wit it ...

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Dar al-Hudna (House of calm)
Dar al Hudna (Arabic: ??? ?????? "house of calm"): The land of non-believers currently under a truce, which is a respite between wars. A truce is bought by tribute or agreement. If the harbis break the conditions for the truce, hostilities are resumed. Furthermore, only treaties that conform to Islamic prescriptions are valid; if these conditions are not fulfilled, the treaty is worthless.


I could do this all day to show you that the Islamic religion only preaches end games that benefits Islam. Since that is the case they have no leg to stand on against the Jews when all the Jews are are doing is the exact same thing.

Also the real kicker that is the funniest of all. Judaism was practiced in the Holy Land some 1300 years before Muhammed contrived the religion of Islam.

Let that sink in on for a second. Jews lay claim to the land for over a 1000 years before Islam was even a thought. Lastly, there is no land of Palestine. Seriously look it up. THERE IS NO LAND OF PALESTINE! Search it and tell me what you find to not support my claim.





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I guess Bibi leaves by the motto "no good deed should go unpunished" as he punks Obama once again.
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For President Obama, the news on Friday that Israel is planning to construct Jewish settlements in a geographically sensitive area east of Jerusalem came as a rude shock.

But maybe it should not have: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government has announced settlement construction at inopportune moments ever since Mr. Obama took office in 2009.

In March 2010, Israel approved plans for new housing during a visit by Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. That November, it announced 1,000 units of housing just as Mr. Obama was trying to restart talks between Israel and the Palestinians. In April 2011, it approved housing on the eve of a meeting between Mr. Obama and President Shimon Peres. This time, Israel’s latest construction announcement came a day after the Palestinian Authority’s victory in obtaining enhanced status from the United Nations General Assembly, a bid that the United States stood with Israel in opposing. While the pattern may be the same, Middle East experts say, the fallout may be far greater this time.

“This is not just another few houses in Jerusalem or another hilltop in the West Bank,” said Daniel C. Kurtzer, a former American ambassador to Israel and Egypt. “This is one of the most sensitive areas of territory, and I would hope the United States will lay down the law.”

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I guess this is Bibi's gift to Obama for going to the mat for Israel at the U.N. and sanctioning Iran into the stone ages, as well as all the money and weapons that we've always given them.






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Once when the subject of peaceful negotiations was brought up in an interview with Hamas founder Ahmed Yassin, he pointed out that as a young boy, Zionist thugs showed up at the front door of his home and put a gun to his father's head and forced his entire family to leave the house immediately with just the clothes on their backs without any negotiations at all.
He's lucky it wasn't Arab thugs who showed up at his door. They would have negotiated like Bruce Willis in The Fifth Element. Shoot first then discuss options.






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