Re: Fwd: Letter to Gaza Citizen: I Am the Soldier Who Slept in Your...
- From: flaviaR@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 15:59:40 +0000 (UTC)
On 17-Feb-2009, borisabc@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Your latest letter paints a problematic picture.
I'm sure it does - for some.
You ask for a
solution, wel maybe for a starters go back to the Taba
No. It gives away too much to those who have not only
done nothing to deserve it, but those who have spit on
every agreement they've ever signed - and those are
pitifually few to begin with.
agreement and build from there. Maybe stop expanding settlements right
Intersting how your very first thought is to restrict
Israeli *rights* but not so-called Palestinian terrorism.
You really should read up on a situation before you try
-Please look all over Europe and see what
-happens. I oppose such opinions. But if people outside Israel keep
-listening and encouraging Terror and foul hatred ,,, this is part of
-the reason people loose some of their hope , in the more moderate
What do you mean is happening 'all over Europe' ?
to pontificate about it.
-Every dead child is a tragedy , of both sides. !!!!!
-Every dead person is a tragedy !!!
But it seems in Gaza the Dahiyah doctrine has been brought into
It only seems that way to those who use opinion pieces as fact.
israel-hizbullahnational-security/) This is wilfully inflicting
suffering on civillians'
You are flat out lying.
, I really don't see the compassionateI lament at the willfult stubbornness of the viewer.
humanistic approach here. So don't lament if this breeds criticism
(and anger and opposition).
Yes. I'm sure you did think that, because you can't see
I don't see what you mean by Arabs destroying economical structures, I
thought is was Israel that did the blowing up of structures in the
'territories' and Gaza.
what is before you - or what went on before Israel was
forced to ever enter Gaza.
You say UNWRA has stopped people from moving away. This is really mind-
Yes, the UNWRA is mind-boggling.
So you suggest a nice solution would be if Palestinians
were forced, by the really bad circumstances inflicted on them
BY the UNWRA & their Arab brethren, who invited them out
of Israel in '48, but refused to take them in after the entire ploy
to where-ever so you can happilly live in your ethnically
Because, after all, it's only okay for the so-called Palestinians
to ethnically cleance Israel by killing every Jew they can find.
Your obvious disappojntment is thatthey aren't good enough
And than you complain you get negative feedback.
As do you when we point out your distortions.
-the Whole education system i grew up in taught us to be tolerantYes, facts would be better - try some, next time.
-to others ,,, which maybe made us unable to understand the hatered of
-others, and first we thought that maybe we did something wrong ,,,,
But maybe in a 100 years time you will be right, after all, who still
laments the American Indian...
And listen, I am not saying I am better than you, there are many ways
to be 'good' or 'bad' but I'm surely saying we are disageeing strongly
in political matters. I appreciate you took the time to read and
respond. What I learn from these discussions is that many a times a
point of view comes from past experiences and basic emotions. This
than colors the 'intellectual' discours. Well this is a trueism
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