My home is on land that was probably taken from some Indian tribe; I find "archaeological" evidence all the time.
... Looking back on 50 years, rather than acting from "humanitarian" concern, the creation of Israel was a denial of the humanity of the people who had been living on that land.
So you want the Jews of Israel to give back the land they inhabit. Meanwhile you continue to inhabit a home "...on land that was probably taken from some Indian tribe".
Good point. If we start this give back land stuff, where does it stop? Americans would have to pack their bags and head back to Europe, Asia, Africa while the Native Americans (Indians) and Aztecs and other indiginous Mexican tribes would have everything from Canada through Mexico. I guess I can go back to Scotland, Ireland, or Wales and demand that the English give me back my ancestors land.
I'm not telling the Jews of Israel to give back land. Where did you see that? I'm disagreeing with Imhof's "reasons" to support Israel.
posted on 04/06/2002 1:15:37 PM PST
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