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@Tarquinis @pereira_andrew The people of Palestine have and will never consider themselves as pat of Israel, so the Palestine vote is out of the question. Look at what Hamas is doing, they commence the rocket fire and when Israel retaliates it becomes human rights violations.The UN has ignored 20 Israeli pleas to act against rocket fire but condemned Israeli retaliation. Monday is a hate Israel day in UN, can you believe this!! They ask for cessation of settlements but has terrorism stopped or have Palestinians accepted Israel's right to exist?? No. When Israel calls for negotiations without preconditions they bring the issue of settlements. Well, settlements will be discussed during negotiations just as terrorism and Israel's sovereignty will be discussed. Palestine leaders have to stop their double standards and start taking serious efforts to fulfill their dream of an independent Palestine state.
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Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East. Syria, Lebanon, Iran, Saudi and the rest are crony democracies.
@RoseLawsonSteinmeier @pereira_andrew @Kahouri @Granten @HasanDiwan No. Im against Al Qaeda. I strongly condemn Al Qaeda and other terrorist elements faking the fight for freedom and killing innocents. I am equally against Assad. But I do support the true freedom fighter, the true rebel. Al Qaeda is not the only group fighting against Assad. There are thousands. I'm sorry but you are wrong!
2 weeks, 3 days ago on That awkward moment when ... Israel launches airstrikes in Syria | FP Passport
@MrBeverlyhills @KhanJi @anjan288 Unlike China India is a democracy. So whatever happens in India, everyone knows. China hides the bad stuff, viz. poverty, HR abuses. It promotes its image by projecting its good side.
2 weeks, 5 days ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy
@MrBeverlyhills @anjan288 RACIST
@MrBeverlyhills @anjan288 @serica Sorry Sir! But you are wrong. If your arguments are based on the 1962 war you are wrong because '62 was a strategic disaster for India. But the tide has turned significantly in favour of the Indians. Indian air power is unrivalled in the region and I am sure China will get a taste of it if it wants war. India would never be wiped off. There would be a lot of options and a stalemate would be the likeliest.
@Kahouri @Granten @HasanDiwan I'm lead to believe that you are a supporter of the ruthless despot Assad, who mercilessly slaughters his own people. This regime has been suppressing its citizens for decades. Where is the actual proof of Israel supplying weapons and if so, I see no harm in it if it leads to the ouster of Assad. Syria has been an ardent supporter of Hezbollah and has provided it with weapons of considerable power. There were also unprovoked attacks from Syria on Israeli soil and there is no proof whether the rebels or the government is responsible. Gather your senses together, friend!
2 weeks, 5 days ago on That awkward moment when ... Israel launches airstrikes in Syria | FP Passport
@RafaSantos dont visit this page if u r that troubled
3 weeks ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy
@damianbrody @JKort Freedom fighters in the sense that they want to free Syria from Assad. It is obvious that most of them are anti-US and you correct in saying that they will come after US.
3 weeks, 6 days ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy
@JKort Well, what you have said is true, even the US has expressed their concern over Al-Qaeda's presence. But supporting Assad wholeheartedly is a terrible thing. Yes there are Al-Qaeda elements present but then there are also the true freedom fighters. The rebels were involved in terrible acts but so was the Assad regime.
Conspiracies come and go. There are still conspiracies on 9/11, the holocaust, first trip to moon, etc. Ignorant fools indulge in this shameful business.
1 month ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy
@BearKlein @freepalestine1 well said
1 month, 2 weeks ago on Access denied | Foreign Policy
Today, within Israel, Jews are a majority, but the Arab minority are full citizens with voting rights and representation in the government. Under apartheid black South Africans could not vote and were not citizens of the country in which they are the overwhelming majority of the population.
The situation of Palestinians in the territories — won by Israel in a defensive war forced upon it by its neighbors—is different. The security requirements of the nation, and a violent insurrection in the territories, have forced Israel to impose restrictions on Arab residents of the West Bank that are not necessary inside Israel’s pre-1967 borders. The Palestinians in the territories, typically, dispute Israel’s right to exist whereas blacks did not seek the destruction of South Africa, only the apartheid regime.
If Israel were to give Palestinians full citizenship, it would mean the territories had been annexed. No Israeli government has been prepared to take that step.
Meanwhile, Palestinians from the territories are allowed to work in Israel and receive similar pay and benefits to their Jewish counterparts. They are allowed to attend schools and universities. Palestinians have been given opportunities to run many of their own affairs. None of this was true for South African blacks.
@jgarbuz @GearoidGosTiuite @Cedric1111 Apology accepted! :D
@jgarbuz @GearoidGosTiuite @Cedric1111 It seems uve caught the wrong guy! just take a look at my comments pls! I never even replied to u!
@jgarbuz @GearoidGosTiuite @Cedric1111 I didnt reply to u mister! I was replying to Mr GearGosTiuite and his filthy ways. I have not run out of rational arguments!
Even before the State of Israel was established, Jewish leaders consciously sought to avoid the situation that prevailed in South Africa. As David Ben-Gurion told Palestinian nationalist Musa Alami in 1934:
We do not want to create a situation like that which exists in South Africa, where the whites are the owners and rulers, and the blacks are the workers. If we do not do all kinds of work, easy and hard, skilled and unskilled, if we become merely landlords, then this will not be our homeland
Today, within Israel, Jews are a majority, but the Arab minority are full citizens who enjoy equal rights and are represented in all the branches of government. Arabs are represented in the Knesset, and have served in the Cabinet, high-level foreign ministry posts (e.g., Ambassador to Finland) and on the Supreme Court.
Under the discriminatory policies of old South Africa, skin color determined every aspect of your life from birth until death. Black South Africans could not vote and were not citizens of the country in which they formed the overwhelming majority of the population. Laws dictated where they could live, work, go to school and travel. And, in South Africa, the government killed blacks who protested against its policies. By contrast, Israel allows freedom of movement, assembly and speech. Some of the government’s harshest critics are Israeli Arabs who are members of the Knesset.
@GearoidGosTiuite @jgarbuz What is ur proof! Again it is only u blabbering something! u claim to have proof, well prove it if u have the balls!
@GearoidGosTiuite @Cedric1111 @jgarbuz I think the shit u have to offer is crap coming out from a rats dick! get lost racist nazi!
@GearoidGosTiuite @Cedric1111 @jgarbuz Who r u man?? Oh!! U must be GOD!! Damn! This nigga knows everythin! In my opinion u know absolutely nothin!