The Jewish Police State

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    "Since the six-day war in 1967 an estimated 750,000 Palestinians have been incarcerated in Israeli prisons, including 23,000 women and 25,000 children. This constitutes, Richard Falk states 'approximately 20 per cent of the total Palestinian population in the occupied territory or 40 per cent of the Palestinian male population there.' Staggering figures of those personally imprisoned, whist a whole nation is held captive intimidated by an illegal occupying power upon their homeland."

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    Israel constantly ratifies international agreements regarding the sanctity of human rights without applying the same principles in Occupied Palestine.

    Maybe there's more money in Occupation than in Peace?
     
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    I dare say you've struck the bullseye with this concluding observation: aside from the empty media-poses that Israel desires only a peaceful existance, the record clearly contradicts this nonsense...peace offers very little to the Israelis--in fact it is downright counter-productive when we pause to consider its broader implications: it would force permanent borders--something Israel has doggedly restisted for decades...peace might obstruct the billions that Israel receives from U.S. taxpayers...it would curtail theri illegal settlement program, and do away with the military checkpoints...the routine harassment...the control over every vital aspect of Palestinian life..."peace" is the "terrorism" they fear...
     
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    Two masterdebaters at work. Educational.
     
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    Since the major Arab states first offered their peace plan at the UNSC in 1976:

    "The fact that the Israel-Palestine conflict grinds on without resolution might appear to be rather strange. For many of the world's conflicts, it is difficult even to conjure up a feasible settlement. In this case, it is not only possible, but there is near universal agreement on its basic contours: a two-state settlement along the internationally recognized (pre-June 1967) borders -- with 'minor and mutual modifications,' to adopt official U.S. terminology before Washington departed from the international community in the mid-1970s.

    "The basic principles have been accepted by virtually the entire world, including the Arab states (who go on to call for full normalization of relations), the Organization of Islamic States (including Iran), and relevant non-state actors (including Hamas).

    "A settlement along these lines was first proposed at the U.N. Security Council in January 1976 by the major Arab states. Israel refused to attend the session. The U.S. vetoed the resolution, and did so again in 1980. The record at the General Assembly since is similar."

    A Middle East Peace That Could Happen (But Won't): In Washington-Speak, "Palestinian State" Means "Fried Chicken"

    Since 1967, at least, Israel has served as the chief strategic asset for the US in the Middle East.
    Profits from arms sales and the sale of Arab oil are the biggest reasons the Jewish State exists today, imho.
     
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    What an appauling testimony as to the depth crime has permeated the disfunctional semi-feudal palistanian society!
    Honorable P F Tinmore constantly reminds us, albeit indirectly that there's no occupation, since palistanians have lost nothing, and we tend to believe this occupational expert, of course.
    Of course! It's palistanian occupation! If the international community stops heeding that palistanian "gimme money!!" routine, the latter will be getting a life and a job.
     
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    And, here comes Hossfly the tool with his two-shits worth.
     
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    Let's not be bitter, we're having an interesting discussion, of course, like what's so bad about the jewish police state, if the majority of the police is jewish?
     
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    The occupied territories are a war zone.

    Occupying armies tend to offer something less than good humanitarian rule.

    The Palestinians are basically living under martial law.
     
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    last i heard they ran gaza. they don't do it well? no kidding.

    and if they don't like violence, not lobbing missiles might be a good idea.
     
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    It doesn't matter what the entire World wants in the ME...Military Power still rules and Israelis through their moneyed friends in America have harnesed this power trough AIPAC giving a tiny minority life and death decisions over us with 9/11, Iraq, Afghanistan and soon Iran...

    Until we adopt Campaign Finance Laws that prohibit people like Casino Mogul Adelson who has an Israeli wife a hundred million dollars to the Republicans for Israel, we are losers.
     
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