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Dilbert Does Deganya
Sorry, Deganya's a bit obscure, but it's one of few readily available Israeli place names that starts with D. Scott Adams asks a good question:

This got me thinking again about my own opinions on the Palestinian problem. People like to say it’s unsolvable because it’s so “complicated.” But to me it really boils down to one question: If Israel did everything that was asked of it (short eliminating itself), would its enemies stop trying to annihilate it?

Posted by aalkon at December 15, 2006 9:30 AM

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Some would, some wouldn't. It would have more moral high ground, perhaps.

Posted by: LYT at December 15, 2006 2:41 AM

No, because it's really not about the state of Israel... it's about the Jewish people. The radicals want them all dead. If it were just about Israel, this thing could have been solved long ago. That is why we hear "wipe them from the face of the map" all the time. If it were just boarders, then something could have been compromised. This is about a pure hatred for a group of people.

Posted by: Starfox5253 at December 15, 2006 6:53 AM

And remember - Israel is only "little satan", the term "big satan" is reserved for America. Their religion makes no room for infidels (Jew Christain, Athiest or even the poor Buddhist school teachers they are slaughtering in Southern Thailand). Only if an infidel submits to Islamic rule and pays their infidel tax do they receive their 2nd class status "protection".


On you can see a 3yr old palistinian girl calling jews apes and pigs on their local tv show.

Posted by: Jon at December 15, 2006 7:40 AM

If that would include ceding Jerusalem as the capital city of a new Palestine, maybe...

But I don't think that's such a great question. It's about as likely as Camille Paglia begging me to fuck her.

Posted by: Stu "El Inglés" Harris at December 15, 2006 8:12 AM

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