Like the prey of a spider caught in a web? The Palestinians have been living like that for over 40 years… take a look what it’s like.

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  1. Hope said,

    March 18, 2008 at 21:41

    very sad & all I can say is that I;m Catholic & the Moslems have been absolute Sweethearts to me & one lady even sent me the Koran which I have started to read we are no different we believe n the same God & they told me they are the closest to the Catholics there are really only two Commandments Love God & l:ove you neighbors as yourself maybe if we started to do that the troubles would be over just show one another respect & truly appreciate what the other cultures have to offer us

  2. WAKE UP the WORLD !! said,

    March 18, 2008 at 23:36

    BOTH Christains AND Muslims LOVE and REVERE
    Jesus !!!

  3. Michael said,

    March 18, 2008 at 23:38

    This is very upsetting. I understand it has been going on for a long time and is the root cause of all the problems in Palestine. How do the Jews justify the terrorising of families and theft of their lands?

    This is not what the prophet Moses taught them. Why does the US and European governments support these crimes?

  4. Max said,

    March 19, 2008 at 01:51

    Verily, that’s what Allah says.
    Those who call themselves Christians are one with the Muslims.
    We are to do good and shun evil.
    Believe in God Almighty and keep His commandments.
    That’s the whole duty of man. No exceptions.
    Oh God! protect us from the evil doers and the L I A R S AT THE TOP!

  5. truth boy said,

    March 19, 2008 at 06:24

    The zionist jews are going to be held accountable just as the Nazis were. I will relish their fall from power – what an ugly ideology.

  6. Mike said,

    March 19, 2008 at 07:01

    We need to move beyond religious belief!

  7. ilex said,

    March 19, 2008 at 12:52

    Religion is the heart of all our troubles.

  8. Leaflet said,

    March 20, 2008 at 03:52

    No one, Jew or otherwise, can legitimately justify the oppression of the Palestinian People that has followed the Zionist colonization of Palestine. However, Jews in Israel and elsewhere believe that what the Israelis are doing to the Palestinians is in self defence and therefore justifiable.

    Rabbi Hillel tells us “That which is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow. That is the whole Torah; the rest is the explanation; go and learn.” This is the basis for an ethics of respect for all human beings and the idea of universal human rights that 2000 years of rabbinical thinking dwelt upon. The establishment of Israel was a turning away from this universalism towards a tribalistic solution to the horrors of anti-Semitic that culminated in the Nazi holocaust.

    Cynically using the unfounded threat of a second holocaust at the hands of the Arab Nations in 1948, the Zionists perpetrated the Nakba on the indigenous people of Palestine who had lived for centuries in peace with the Jews in their midst.

    The Jews of Palestine and beyond are victims of the same propaganda that is used to justify Israeli state oppression of the Palestinians. The Jews fear the Palestinians and their minds are traumatized by the holocaust. Sadly, Israel has become a deeply racist society that spiritually destroys both Jew and Palestinian alike.

    The Palestinians have been subjected to excessively cruel and inhuman treatment. It is horrifying to think, that as a result of the Jewish return to Eretz Yisroel, over 15% of the children of Gaza have suffered brain damage as a direct result of malnutrition to name but one of the many terrible things that Zionism has wrought on the Palestinians.

    The Palestinians have been largely abandoned by an indifferent world that allows the powerful Israeli state, with support from the Western nations, to oppress the Palestinian people with impunity. This neglect on its own makes us complicit in the oppression of the Palestinians.

    The Palestinian people are owed more consideration from the rest of the world, but the rest of the world stood by and watched the Nazi’s slaughtering the Jews and now the rest of the world stands by and watches the territorial Zionists persecute the Palestinians.

    The struggle against oppression is the right of the Palestinian people, but they need the help of the rest of the world and they are not getting much of that at present. The Jews who live in Israel have a right to be there but they don’t have a right to oppress their non-Jewish neighbours. This is not about encouraging hatred for Israeli Jews but it is a call for justice for Jews and Palestinians alike and it is the responsibility of all of us to ensure that justice prevails in our world.

    It is possible for Jew and Arab to live together productively and in peace for both are human beings before they are anything else. We have to look beyond our differences to the essential humanity we all hold in common, but that does not mean we cannot struggle against oppression. We have a moral obligation to struggle against oppression, but we must do it honourably. We must also have a vision of what peace and justice looks like so that we calm the fears of those Israelis who long for peace and security.

    It is not an easy struggle that lies ahead, but we have a moral imperative to enter that struggle for as long as it takes to bring justice to the world.

    Right now the Palestinian People have called for sanctions against the state that oppresses them. Just as we did when the oppressed people of South Africa called for sanctions against the state that oppressed them, so should we act now to refuse to accept the Israeli state oppression against the people of Palestine.

    Finally, the people of Palestine have to hold up to the world a vision of a just society, just as the ANC did during the struggle against Apartheid, that will expose the lie of the anti-Palestinian propaganda that the Western media is drenched in.

    When Israeli Jews and Palestinians achieve a society of justice and mutual respect, the world will be changed forever. It is a goal worth fighting for.

    In solidarity,
    Lawrence Boxall

  9. Nathan said,

    March 20, 2008 at 15:38

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