If we were to stop bankrolling the Israelis, they would not be emboldened to bulldoze Palestinian houses and seize Palestinian land. Perhaps, that might be a beginning.
If the Palestinians were stop their terroristic attacks against Israel, perhaps the region could enjoy some peace.
I cannot fault Israel for self defense.
World opinion is turning against the Israeli apartheid state. We would be wise to distance ourselves from Israeli defense efforts.Let them learn to live with neighbors.
World Opinion is not always right.
I agree with Israel's policies. They made peace with Jordan and Egypt - no conflict anymore. The Palestinians should try acting like civilized humans with a 'religion of peace' instead of intolerant savages.
BTW - Israel has a fairly multi-cultural society that INCLUDES Arabs/Muslims. Palestinians (et al) seem to practice more apartheid against Jews, Christians, Hindus, etc than perhaps even S Africa did. Muslims can't even seem to get along with each other
Theflyonthewall appears to be an anti-Semitic who would fit well into the Palestinian society that has vowed genocide against the Israelis.
And when it comes to bankrolling, it does not seem to bother him/her that hundreds of millions of our tax dollars fund the Palestinian Unity Government that includes terrorist groups like Hamas and Islamic Jihad, responsible for the indiscriminate bombing of many school busses, restaurants, shopping malls and other mass murder sites…..or maybe in his/her opinion that is just considered to be your tax money at work?
Fly, your weasel wordage does not excuse your anti-Semitism, which, as I am sure you know, is defined as hatred of Jews, not Arabs or other Semitic peoples……..neither, I notice, do you deny your apparent support for U.S. Federal funding of terrorism in Palestine.
So anyone who opposes Israeli foreign policy is anti-Semitic ? Fallacy count: equivocation,accent,factor ignored, classification and division, and either/or. Nice alliteration: weasel words, neither I notice.
“So anyone who opposes Israeli foreign policy is anti-Semitic?” these are your words; my use of the term obviously referenced your attitude towards Israelis.
The remainder of your post is a clear diversion from the question, rather than respond to its content you chose to perform what appears to be a garbled critique of sentence structure. How surprising.
Perhaps you should reference the Israeli use of fleshettes and white phosphorus. I can think of better uses for US tax dollars.