Disgraceful Israeli government building Arab tows while destroying Jewish towns and settlements. The Israeli government has already decided to withdraw from Judea and Samaria and build another Arab state there. How many more Jews need to die because of this useless, incompetent, and corrupt government?
Shlomo, Jerusalem (1/6/13)
Shlomo does not mention that part of the reason to give the Arabs the city of Nu’aimah is to forcibly forcibly clear Jahalin Bedouins out of E-1. An Arab settlement of Jahalin Bedouins is being destroyed, not a Jewish settlement. He may not even be aware of that side of the story.
The Gods toy with men
If this were not so damnably tragic, it would be funny.
This is no possibility for peace – at all – when the same action produces the same violent rejection on both sides – but for completely opposite reasons.
I am Christian, but this looks the Greek view of the Gods of Olympus who confound men with impossible predicaments for their amusement.
If so, this is Zeus’ best production yet.
You think I am crazy when I suggest a generously re-imbursed payment to move the Arabs of Judea and Samaria to South America. Maybe so! Maybe I am nuts.
But, frankly, both sides of the Mideast debate are so thoroughly opposed to each other that my suggestion is the only possible alternative to nuclear war.
Felipe Nuñez, goalkeeper and current captain for the Chilean fútbol team ‘Club Deportivo Palestino’, toured Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem with representatives from the Aida Center Monday.
Nuñez, 34, toured the camp with Marwan Farajeh of the Aida Center and Holy Land Trust, who spoke about the situation of Aida and many of the events that have occurred in the camp both recently and in the past. Touring with them were Nuñez’s wife, Jennifer, journalist Rodrigo Eyzaguirre, and a Spanish-Arabic translator.
Nuñez said this is his first time in Palestine, as it is difficult to travel here from Chile, because of the high cost and long distance.
He said, “I came to the camp to understand the reality of the situation and daily lives of the people here.”