Extremism in the Arab world

By Anonymous
December 4, 2010


At least, it is very clear that a big non-silent majority support a total war with Israel. In contrast, a majority in Israel support peace.
And it is clear that 'Palestinians' do not want peace, that they use any excuse to stop the peace process.



Sat, 12/04/2010 - 20:05

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Actually I think that Mo Average Palestinian does want peace with the Israelis. Most people want to get on with their lives. Earn a living and support their family.

But Palestinians can't express that sentiment because they will be seen as a traitor and risk their lives. We see examples all the time of Palestinians who speak out and then get arrested or killed.

What stuns me is that there is no outcry from Western leaders and that governments continue to fund these crooked regimes.

And of course organisations like JfJfP totally ignore these cases.


Sun, 12/05/2010 - 00:12

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Kahina, I agree. And not only do Jfjfp stay quiet (which is shameful), they actively support organizations which seek to delegitimize Israel entirely. They even march on demos with Hamas and Hizbollah supporters, both organizations openly declaring their intention to exterminate every Jew on earth. In fact these demos are organized by supporters of these terror groups - and Jfjfp go along.

Nothing short of disgusting.

jose (not verified)

Sun, 12/05/2010 - 07:11

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Could be that the "average 'Palestinian'" wants to go on with their lives, could be... But not with Israel as a neighbour.
Many polls (and they are anonymous) have reached that conclusion.
They average 'Palestinian' is perhaps "pro-peace" but doesn't want to do what it takes for that: negociations, abandon their pseudo-'right of return' and admit that Jews can also live on their future hopeful country, as equal citizens. And of course, admit that Jerusalem is in its entirety the capital city of Israel.


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