Philippines Death Toll Rises Beyond 6...

Philippines Death Toll Rises Beyond 650, All Israelis Okay

There are 4 comments on the Arutz Sheva Israel News story from Dec 18, 2011, titled Philippines Death Toll Rises Beyond 650, All Israelis Okay. In it, Arutz Sheva Israel News reports that:

At least 650 people are dead, and some 800 others are still missing on the southern island of Mindanao after Tropical Storm Washi struck the Philippines on Friday.

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brynababy

Canyon Country, CA

#1 Dec 18, 2011
The writer is inventing and accusing, but in fact, Israel, with all it's faults is stll the most,and in fact, only,, liberal, democratic, rights-observing country in the entire Middle East, and much of the world. Why do you think Palestinians want to live in Israel?

Since: Nov 07

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#2 Dec 18, 2011
brynababy wrote:
The writer is inventing and accusing, but in fact, Israel, with all it's faults is stll the most,and in fact, only,, liberal, democratic, rights-observing country in the entire Middle East, and much of the world. Why do you think Palestinians want to live in Israel?
can you explain the absentee land owners laws in context with Israel being a democracy?
Ayreshire

Alamogordo, NM

#3 Dec 18, 2011
greg_allen wrote:
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can you explain the absentee land owners laws in context with Israel being a democracy?
You and you idiotic nonsense. Laws and charters??? Ha Ha Ha Ha!
The Oslo Accords are dead. They have been null and void since September 23rd 2011. And in the absence of a framework for peace to which the Palestinians are willing to adhere, it is the prerogative of the Israeli people to act in their own best interests. They are no more. They have ceased to be. They've expired and gone to meet their maker. Bereft of life, they rest in peace. They're pushing up the daisies. They are history. Off the twig. Kicked the bucket. They've shuffled off their mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin' choir invisible! These are ex-accords! Is that absolutely clear? Nobody can seriously argue that Israel has not been committed to fruitful negotiations, or the painful concessions which they invariably entail. Generous offers of Palestinian statehood were forthcoming from Ehud Barak in 2000 and Ehud Olmert in 2008, and they were met with rejection on both occasions. Even Benjamin Netanyahu - a "hawk" by many people's standards - made the unprecedented step of freezing settlement construction for ten months, though that too failed to entice the Palestinian negotiators.
To all but those blinded by their hatred for the Jewish state, it is abundantly clear that the Palestinian Authority - not Israel - has killed the Oslo Accords.
Thus, Israel is both legally and morally unbound by its previous obligations. And in the absence of a framework for peace to which the Palestinians are willing to adhere, it is the prerogative of the Israeli people to act in their own best interests.
For their part, Palestinians will have to live with the consequences of their leaders' transgression.
Ayreshire

Alamogordo, NM

#4 Dec 18, 2011
greg_allen wrote:
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can you explain the absentee land owners laws in context with Israel being a democracy?
Stop making me laugh!! Land owners law, charters, fingerfrints??? The Oslo Accords are dead. They have been null and void since September 23rd 2011. And in the absence of a framework for peace to which the Palestinians are willing to adhere, it is the prerogative of the Israeli people to act in their own best interests. They are no more. They have ceased to be. They've expired and gone to meet their maker. Bereft of life, they rest in peace. They're pushing up the daisies. They are history. Off the twig. Kicked the bucket. They've shuffled off their mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin' choir invisible! These are ex-accords! Is that absolutely clear? Nobody can seriously argue that Israel has not been committed to fruitful negotiations, or the painful concessions which they invariably entail. Generous offers of Palestinian statehood were forthcoming from Ehud Barak in 2000 and Ehud Olmert in 2008, and they were met with rejection on both occasions. Even Benjamin Netanyahu - a "hawk" by many people's standards - made the unprecedented step of freezing settlement construction for ten months, though that too failed to entice the Palestinian negotiators.
To all but those blinded by their hatred for the Jewish state, it is abundantly clear that the Palestinian Authority - not Israel - has killed the Oslo Accords.
Thus, Israel is both legally and morally unbound by its previous obligations. And in the absence of a framework for peace to which the Palestinians are willing to adhere, it is the prerogative of the Israeli people to act in their own best interests.
For their part, Palestinians will have to live with the consequences of their leaders' transgression.

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