- May 3, 2011
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Egyptian troops were deployed in YemenThat was Israel's lie.. Egyptian troops were deployed in Yemen and Nasser had called for a summit to resolve the Straits of Tiran issue.It was a counter attack in 67 and Israel strike first as the Arabs were about toNo they weren't .. They began destroying Arab villages in 1947.. They attacked Egypt in 1967.They were invaded multiple times and that land is now there’s and rightly soCertainly.. They were given land by the British Mandate. No need to steal more by force of arms.Do you accept any Jewish nation in the lands ??The Zionists destroyed 67 Druze villages in the Golan Heights. They wanted the watershed.The Golan is very tiny area but has huge military applications and a huge source of waterThey could open casinos in Gaza..The Pals should realize that they've lost, over and over again. Time for them to move on. A people should know when they're beaten, like the Indians in North America.We should be able to call this what it is...
‘NY Times’ and ‘Washington Post’ have still said nothing about B’Tselem’s finding a month ago that Israel is an ‘apartheid regime’ – Mondoweiss
"One month after one of Israel’s leading human rights organizations declared that the country is ruled by an 'apartheid' state, liberal Zionists in the U.S. are breathing more easily.
"The New York Times and the Washington Post have still published nothing on the landmark finding by the human rights group B’Tselem, nor have any of their editorial writers or main columnists chimed in."
Jewish apartheid is the source of most of the violence across the Middle East; anyone seriously interested in bringing peace to that blood-soaked domain should start in the Jordan valley.
What about the Golan Heights and Shaaba Farms?
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Martin van Creveld: Israel Doesn’t Need the West Bank To ...
...When everything is said and done, how important is the West Bank to Israel’s defense? To answer the question, our best starting point is the situation before the 1967 war. At that time, the Arab armed forces surrounding Israel outnumbered the Jewish state’s army by a ratio of 3-to-1. Not only...forward.com
Dec 15, 2010 · Martin van Creveld is an Israeli military historian and the author of “The Land of Blood and Honey: The Rise of Modern Israel” (St. Martin’s Press, 2010). The views and opinions expressed in this...
They tried to implicate the Arabs in Operation Susanna in 1953 with attacks on Americans in Cairo .. That ultimately lead to the Suez Crisis which cost the US and Europe early.