Hamas is a fact of life
so are zionists, by your logic. I would say HIV for zionist mind you.
HIV is more persistent and nastier. Hope you can get the allegory but I doubt cause you are a fucking moron.
Seriously, I just wonder what it is that drives you Dan. Just finished watching the third season of Nip/Tuck (didn't like the last episode at all), but it was such a sick and twisted season. Dan, you could be the Carver.
What drives you tateleh? Why such silliness?
You are right in one way. It is a fight to the death between the Jordan and the Sea. Just wait till they really start starving in Gaza.
nothing silly about that article, its a good one.
LWP, what in it do you disagree with?
Actually, the article is fairly reasonable. I was just poking the pig with a stick.
so you entirely agree with Dan that it was an awesome article?
Three other good articles LWP might like (some no doubt more thanothers) on the same site.
You should find some postings from me amongst the comments.
The second post is particularly interesting in my opinion, and so is the last link.
I liked all of them. I don't agree with all of them, but that doesn't mean that I don't like them. He intelligent, honest, and calls bullshit where he sees it.
I gotta respect the fact that he's living in Eretz Yisroel, and I'm not. I hope to one day.
I think that I'm somewhere between him and Nadia.
Wow, Stephen, thanks for that. There's so much propaganda rhetoric, that it's good to hear an attempt to be balanced.
Oh, and by the way, the Washington Post did an article on Thursday about a house on a hilltop that right-wing Israeli's bought for $700,000, and occupied in March. The house is between Kiryat Arba (an Israeli settlement) and Hebron, in the West Bank. The Israeli military soon arrived to defend the Israeli "settlers".
The Israeli military then constructed an "army post on the roof" of the house.
All of this is apparently part of a chain of residences, used to establish Israeli control (and ownership, perhaps) of the area of Hebron, even though it's physically in the Palestinian controlled West Bank.
On the plus side, Israel's Coordinator of Activities in the Territories has NOT approved the purchase, and the military has said the 'settlers' hadn't arranged for the proper permits they need to buy and move into property in the West Bank. The settlers are appealing this decision -- but meanwhile they renovate the building and the military protects them.