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#1795 - whiskersthelong
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(06/21/2012) [-]
Why do some people hate Israel so much?
#1882 to #1795 - zenigame
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(06/22/2012) [-]
I don't hate them
#1867 to #1795 - repostsrepost
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(06/22/2012) [-]
Funny because Israel is the only country in the Middle East where Arabs have any rights.
#1855 to #1795 - whiskersthelong
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(06/22/2012) [-]
It saddens me you guys think this way. You should really read your history first, and visit before you come to conclusions. I hope you find the discussion below helpful.
#1816 to #1795 - AreyouSerious
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(06/21/2012) [-]
It's mostly about them encroaching on the occupied regions they have. Also the fundamentalist Zionist government and the settlers who have this sense that the people that have been living there for hundreds of years were just squatters.
#1813 to #1795 - Gigleman **User deleted account**
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#1809 to #1795 - LocoJoe
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(06/21/2012) [-]
Bunch of lieing jews.
#1859 to #1809 - whiskersthelong
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(06/22/2012) [-]
He is obviously too young to have been even a child during the Holocaust.
#1808 to #1795 - seniorawesomesauce
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(06/21/2012) [-]
Because they're jews.


That's about it.
#1799 to #1795 - arisaka
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(06/21/2012) [-]
Because they're a bunch of imperialist pigs
#1802 to #1799 - whiskersthelong
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(06/21/2012) [-]
So you're saying that defending your country's borders is imperialism?
#1803 to #1802 - arisaka
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(06/21/2012) [-]
Defending borders =/= shelling the fuck out of an area to take it over. Jesus Christ I've never heard such fuckery in my life...

Israel is a fucking shithole full of fucking nationalist assholes. The only Israelites I like are the ones who understand that nationalism is shit and they should leave Palestine the fuck alone.
#1804 to #1803 - whiskersthelong
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(06/21/2012) [-]
First of all, there has never been a Palestinian nation, race, or region. It was derived from Philistine, an enemy of the Israelites, and a name the Romans gave to Israel to rub it in their faces. That aside, missiles fall into Israel every day by the hands of the Hamas militants and injure and kill Israelis. You likely never hear of this because unlike myself, you have never set foot in Israel and mainstream media tends to bias heavily against it.
#1805 to #1804 - arisaka
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(06/21/2012) [-]
As if I watch mainstream media. Two wrongs don't make it fucking OKAY. The fact of the matter is one group of people is trying to push out another group of people. FUCKING IMPERIALISM YOU TWIT
#1806 to #1805 - whiskersthelong
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(06/21/2012) [-]
But you don't know the whole story. Most of these "Palistinians" do not have Israeli citizenship, and reside inside the post-Six Day War borders of Israel. They are in fact from Jordan, and settled after Jordan forces moved in and took military control of Jerusalem. It was only until 1967 or the Six Day War that Israel reconquered all of its former land and the Sinai region. The Jordanians were given a choice: either accept Israeli citizenship or Jordanian. Almost all chose to keep the Jordanian citizenship. The Jordanian leadership also passed an irreversible (in their own words) law that gave ALL the conquered settlers in the region citizenship. They have since withdrawn that piece of legislature but in the eyes of the world they have an obligation to take their people back. One thing I can agree with you on is that Israel must either officially annex the occupied lands or leave, because at the moment, according to international law, it is no-man's land.   
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But you don't know the whole story. Most of these "Palistinians" do not have Israeli citizenship, and reside inside the post-Six Day War borders of Israel. They are in fact from Jordan, and settled after Jordan forces moved in and took military control of Jerusalem. It was only until 1967 or the Six Day War that Israel reconquered all of its former land and the Sinai region. The Jordanians were given a choice: either accept Israeli citizenship or Jordanian. Almost all chose to keep the Jordanian citizenship. The Jordanian leadership also passed an irreversible (in their own words) law that gave ALL the conquered settlers in the region citizenship. They have since withdrawn that piece of legislature but in the eyes of the world they have an obligation to take their people back. One thing I can agree with you on is that Israel must either officially annex the occupied lands or leave, because at the moment, according to international law, it is no-man's land.
Here is an adorable cat to make you feel better about yourself.