Skip to comments.Occupation and Settlement: The Myth and Reality
Posted on 06/24/2005 4:02:16 AM PDT by mal
One of the most prominent and contentious issues in the media coverage and Arab propaganda regarding the Israel-Arab conflict is that of Jewish occupation of Arab lands and the Israeli settlements in the West Bank and Gaza Strip (hereafter WBGS). Unfortunately, these issues have been clouded with misleading rhetoric and propagandistic mantras by both sides. To properly understand the role of the Israeli presence and settlements in the WBGS, it is necessary to review their history within the broader historical context of the Arab-Israel war, which has been proceeding without interruption since 1948.
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Sorry. I think it was supposed to be addressed to robert paulsen. ;)
Power up, team!
PS: Cool name.
Yes, just as Pennsylvania Avenue and Lafayette Park are barriered off for safety, that same concern for safety applies to Israel.
If I were in Israel, my starting position would be for the "Palestinians" to leave, into Jordan, Egypt, Syria, wherever. And I consider that position to be generous. They long ago sacrificed any legitimate claim to anything. When the Arabs established extermination as their goal, they deserved nothing less in return.
"the Palestinians have rocks."
Oh is that what keeps blowing up buses, cafes, discos and pizzarias?
Great article. Thanks for posting.
Well then why did Israel allow the Palestinians to have explosives?
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