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GUEST,Albert BS: Palestinian 'facts' (677* d) RE: BS: Palestinian 'facts' 27 May 08

The conflict stems from the ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people from their homeland.I believe the Zionists used the term population transfer.

The Palestinian people and their children and grandchildren are now living in refugee campa across the Middle East and there can be no peace and no justice until they win their right to return if they want it.After all every Jewish person in the world [bar Finkelstein it seems ]has the right to go to Israel.

That is most unlikely to happen under the extreme right wing government that is in power in Israel.

The solution the government proposes is still more attacks,assaults ,theft of land,facts on the ground,illegal settlements on the West Bank,the Apartheid Wall and the slicing up of remaining Palestinian land into strips controlled by the Israeli military.Israel intends to break the Palestinians.

This is where decades of Zionism has led .Israelis now one of the most violent and distorted places in the world.A place where an illegal armed settler can drive by a palestinan and shot him down with barely a word said.Ir is a place where Zionist thugs can beat up and break the arms of Palestinian kids without punishment,it is a place where the majority of the male Palestinian population of the West Bank has been detained or imprisoned by the Israeli state.It is a place where observers to the thousands of houses being demolished by giant bulldozers can be shot dead by snipers or have their backs broken under the blades of those dozers.


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