You haven't explained why the Israelis should totally destroy everything built by or for Israel if it were to pull back, as well as why the Palestinians can't have both, and why the Right of Return would only apply to those people personally affected when the Palestinians left.
why the Right of Return would only apply to those people personally affected when the Palestinians left.
You haven't explained why the Israelis should totally destroy everything built by or for Israel if it were to pull back,
Much of that land (the occupied territory), was empty and not being used when Israel took it over, now that land has housing developments and other buildings on it.
The Israeli-occupied territories are the territories occupied by Israel during the Six-Day War of 1967 from Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. They consist of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem; much of the Golan Heights; the Gaza Strip, and, until 1982, the Sinai Peninsula.
If you never lived there, if you werent born there, what gives you the right to "return" there?
Why should the Palestinians be able to use what Israel built?
oralloy wrote:I can explain why the Palestinians are not going to have a Right of Return. It is because neither Israel nor the United States are going to allow them to have it, and we'll be happy to back that up with thermonuclear weapons if necessary.
All clear now? Any questions?
Your video game playing, la-la land response hardly clarifies the issues, and the questions remain.
Your video game playing, la-la land is hardly the real world.
The questions remain, your video game playing, la-la land response nothwithstanding.
InfraBlue wrote:Your video game playing, la-la land is hardly the real world.
Stop being so dishonest. I provided you a response from the real world, not from a video game.
InfraBlue wrote:The questions remain, your video game playing, la-la land response nothwithstanding.
If any questions remained, you would have presented those questions instead of spouting lies about video games.
You're merely talking in circles.
The questions remain
That you call your video game la-la land "reality" isn't a lie. It's a fact.
One thing is the straightforwardness of your statement, another thing is the video game la-la land nature of your statement.
Your straightforward statement is a video game la-la land response.
That you're talking in circles is a fact because you're merely repeating yourself, which is the point I was making.
I wasn't referring to the policy of the American government as having to do with video games. I was referring to your la-la land response as having to do with video games.
What, no reference to thermonuclear weapons this time?
If the Palestinians play their cards right, the Zionists won't have any choice but to comply with their obligation and grant the Palestinians their Right of Return, and the US, if it opposes, will merely be an irrelevance viewing from the sidelines.