yedidyak wrote:Considering Iraq, Jordan, Egypt, Syria and Lebanon fought Israel in 1948, and Algeria, Libya and various other countries have fought Israel in 67, as well as expelling their Jews, most of whom moved to Israel, they are involved.
Uh, no? They're still separate entities individually accountable.
Or, then we'd have even more reason to define this as an "Arab vs. the West" conflict, and accept Palestinian attacks on Israel as legitimate until Israel forces the US to get out of Iraq -- the US hugely supports and supported Israel in its war efforts, most notably in the '73 war.
sourmìlk wrote:You're reading too much into the placement of that quote in the article. If you look at what's directly after it, you'll see the article talk about Arab citizens in Israel. Abbas advocates for an apartheid state.
Lol. Talk about stretching the facts to line up with what you're looking for. The guy doesn't even mention Jews, but Israelis, and moreover talks in the context of an IDF presence in the West Bank -- and you somehow interpret this to mean he's advocating for an Apartheid state free of Jews because somewhere the article talks about Arab citizens of Israel.