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Wednesday, January 07, 2009

I have a question

...to the author of this article.

You say "The residents of Gaza, and the Palestinians as a whole, say they would like their own state. Yet such state must be earned. And earning a state – a piece of land to call your own – takes much more than incessant whining to the international community coupled with a desire to drive out the Jews."

So what did the residents of Israel do to "earn" the state they were gifted sixty years ago? Other than incessant whining to the international community coupled with a desire to drive out the Arabs? Certainly Israelis have never shown the slightest sign of inner strength (they run screaming from anyone who dares to fight back against Israeli terror). And if they have such a strong "desire to create rather than destroy", why after sixty years have they never translated such a desire into action?

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