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21/11/2012 6:17:21 a.m.
Have you ever seriously looked at a map of the middle-east Claire? There is 27 states if you will, that are considered Israel's enemies that surround this tiny strip of land that is called Israel. Israel has given up every bit of their land for Peace, any kind of Peace, from the beginning of their statehood, but their enemies simply blinded by hatred and wickedness will not hear of it. People around the world are sympathizing with the Palestinians who by the way could move anywhere else, but didn't. They, as a matter of fact were tricked and now are being abused by their own people. What leadership would tell their soldiers to use women and children as bullet proof vest? The world had better wake up before it is tooooooo late. The Islamic factions own everything in that region except that little tiny small piece of land called Israel. Stop fooling yourselves into thinking that this conflict is about land, or some supposed abuses. This is now and has always been about pure evil toward the Semitic people who have made many mistakes, but happen to have full support of The One True Living God, and His name is not a--ah!
17/11/2012 11:56:18 a.m.
Because the so called democracies in the UN security permanent council namely UK and USA are blocking any possible peaceful resolutions that could see Israel losing the territories it gained in the 1967 war.
16/11/2012 11:33:42 a.m.
I have often wondered why the UN is not involved in the Israel/ Palestinian conflict,by having troops stationed there,it seems to be the ideal place for the UN to be,anybody know why.
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