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GUEST,al BS: Another war in the Middle East? (279* d) RE: BS: Another war in the Middle East? 01 Jun 07


BeardedBruce,
Its not a question of MY demanding the right of return of Palestinian people to their homeland.The key point is THEY are demanding the right of return...the same right of return enjoyed by Jewish people across the world even though many of them have never been to Israel.

In order to return to their homeland from which they were driven the Palestinians have experienced exile, mass imprisonment,bombing,slaughter in the refugee camps and the confidcation of their farms,the demolition of their homes in vast numbers,the uprooting of their orchards and so much more.
It is the Palestinian people who are demanding a free Palestiniae and the Israeli state and their Zionist supporters cannot keep a lid on things despite having the most militarised state in the world and one of the world's most mightiest armies.This a state that practices torture on its Palestinian opponents without legal restraint and of course is a nuclear armed state which has implications across the region and the world.
And lets not kid ourselves that all Israelis are fundamentalist Zionists ..they are not.Many recognise the injustices meted out to the Palrestinians and have joined peace groups and groups opposed to the demolition of houses etc.Here lies hope for the future.The zionist path is a road to further destruction and misery and is a political and moral dead end.
I notice from the news today that one fundamentalist Zionistleader is calling for the carpet bombing of Gaza ...it simply isnt going to work!
al


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