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May be the point of view of an anti semite.
Is that to be against Jews or against Israel's policies?
I don't know, would that really make a diffrence
for anti semites? Seems most likely they would claim they were against the policies, but that would be covering their real feelings
I don't think Terry is antisemitic...
But it seems clear to me that he favors Hezbollah, Hamas and their ilk over Israel. Which would be okay, but...
They are anti-Jewish, rabidly so.
(NT) I never said he was
In all fairness....
....I think it's possible to be on the opposing side of the Israel/Arab conflict without necessarily being anti-Semitic. After all, the people on "our" side of it aren't prejudiced against all Arabs/Muslims.
I don't think that opposing Israel's actions automatically makes someone a bigot.
And yes, Mark, I still support Israel in this.
In all fairness ...
... when you ignore the obvious about Terry ...
Finish the sentence please
My previous posts to Terry, and my past posts to Charlie about Israel should make my feelings clear.
I have seen other posts from other members in the past that were overtly anti-Semitic, and I've reported them when I've read them. Some of those people are gone, others aren't.
Yes your feelings are clear on that issue ...
... which makes you strange bedfellows when you ally with this person on other topics. Those posts may no longer be standing because they are deleted, but we all know they existed.
You and I ally on things like the Yankees...
....so I guess anyone here can find some commonality with anyone else on something.
Maybe it's just been too long; my specific memories of the contents of Charlie's posts are kinda vague now. Of course I remember where his sentiments were/are but the details are fuzzy.
Josh, in all objectivity, is it fair for the lead post in..
...this thread to use words like ''attack'' and ''murdering children'' when no news report I've seen describing the incident uses those words? I personally would like to see a link to a credible news source describing this action by Israel with those words in it. In my opinion,so far, this is shear unadulterated bating and flaming of Israel. What say you?
Matter of fact YES
but you are excluded as you have no need to know.
only recognize tap dancing when others are doing it?
If anyone would
recognize tap dancing it would be Fred Astair,
And Edward is tap dancing.
(NT) LOL! Appears to be so, huh?
Isn't that strange?
More than one person loves The Beatles and is against Israel's policy against the Palestinians? That combination is very rare, don't you think?
"WE KNOW WHO YOU ARE!" It's pretty obvious that you do since my name is below my posts or do you think you just discovered some "hot news"?
(NT) terrorists prompted = Pre-emptive strike?
(NT) Do please explain what you mean
You say, or Israel says
Hezbollah terrorists prompted the latest COUNTER-attack by Israel.
Israelis have been massing tanks for days
Hezbollah have been waiting for days to be attacked.
They both start shooting Which side shot first I don't know.
Each side blames the other for starting.
Hezbollah made a pre-emptive stike before Israel make a pre-emptive strike?
We see whose side you are on here. Thanks for being straightforward for a change.
(NT) was there ever any doubt?
(NT) Please tell me which "side" I'm on
(NT) So you retract. OK
So, you don't know which side I'm on,
IF I'm on any side.
I didn't see the word "Retract" in my previous post.
Israel calls Hizbollah capture of soldiers act of war
MARJAYOUN, Lebanon (Reuters) - Hizbollah guerrillas captured two Israeli soldiers and killed up to seven Israelis in violence on either side of the Lebanese border on Wednesday, further inflaming Middle East tensions.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert described the Hizbollah attacks as an "act of war" by Lebanon and promised a "very painful and far-reaching" response.
Two Lebanese civilians were killed and five people wounded in retaliatory Israeli air strikes after Hizbollah announced it had captured the Israelis.
Israeli ground forces crossed into Lebanon to search for the captured soldiers, Israeli Army Radio said. Hizbollah and the Lebanese authorities said there was no large-scale incursion.
Israeli troops have not struck deep into Lebanon since they withdrew from a southern border strip in 2000 after waging an 18-year war of attrition with Hizbollah's Shi'ite fighters.
Israel is already engaged in an expanding military offensive in the Gaza Strip launched after Palestinian militants captured a soldier in a cross-border raid on June 25.
"Fulfilling its pledge to liberate the (Arab) prisoners and detainees, the Islamic Resistance ... captured two Israeli soldiers at the border with occupied Palestine," the Syrian- and Iranian-backed Hizbollah said in a statement.
"The two captives were transferred to a safe place," it said, without stating what condition the soldiers were in.
A senior Lebanese political source said Hizbollah was willing to discuss exchanging prisoners held in Israel with the two Israeli soldiers captured on Wednesday. A Hizbollah spokesman refused to comment
and terry when an anti semite as you forgets to story you just prove my views of you and others what you are.you forgot this tidbit.
but hopefully the the head shiet will relize what hes bringing on to his people.if not isreal will remove the problem
And if this is not a
troll, I don't know what qualifies as one.
Selective reporting, inflammatory language, baiting? Conveniently ignoring the FACTS!
All of the above?
terry (with a small 't'), what is your purpose?
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