Should Isis go to Israel?

An egyptian blogger wants to go there for shopping purposes and asks for your opinion. Go give it to her please over here!

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  1. SamSeven
    September 19, 2007 at 10:01 pm

    Cont. of prior comment left on ISIS’s post.

    After Ramadan, one tends to shed new skin. The “idea” of crossing over to Eilat is adventurous and crazy. To do Tel Aviv is to shed just a tad too much skin at this point. Getting into Eilat undetected is not fun. It will set you back like $700 and takes like three days in the dessert, according to the Bedouin connection over there. Plus if you get caught your fuc_ _d, you think you’d have problems after returning through the regular route, wait till you see what happens to you if you get busted, from both sides.

    Has the SM ever been there or is that privileged information?

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  2. Roman Kalik
    September 20, 2007 at 6:33 am

    SamSteven, Egyptian tourists can enter Eilat, quite freely at that.

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  3. Fady
    September 21, 2007 at 9:21 pm

    Eilat is an occupied Egyptian city. It’s original name is Om el rashrash. An Egyptian going there for some shopping isn’t exactly worthy of respect..

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  4. Roman Kalik
    September 22, 2007 at 5:42 pm

    Fady… Um Rashrash was a regional police station from the Ottoman era. It was never Egyptian, nor a city, and was in fact designated to be part of the Jewish state in the original UN partition plan of 1947. As in, not within Egypt’s borders.

    Ease up on the propaganda, eh? It can mess you up.

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  5. Fady
    September 23, 2007 at 7:49 am

    I won’t argue much with you on that one: you apparently see no problem with gangs kicking the Palestinians out of their homes (those who remained alive, that is) and as such I don’t see why you’ll have a problem with the same gangs killing 360 Egyptian troops defending Om El Rashrash in 1949.

    It just adds to the long, long list of Al Quds, Yafa, Asqalan, Akka, Golan and the rest.

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  6. Roman Kalik
    September 23, 2007 at 10:55 am

    Fady… those Egyptian troops took control of Um Rashrash after the war started, as part of an invading army. Again, check your facts. You guys had soldiers all over the Negev, does that mean that it too was Egyptian?

    As for the Palestinians, most of them left at the bidding of the Arab armies, or just to escape the warfare. The Jews didn’t have the privilage of having anywhere nearby to escape to. All they had was the privilage of closing the borders afterwards, because the Palestinians had no problem with cooperating with pan-Arabists.

    And if you do an actual count, not basing your arguments on hate propaganda, you’ll find out that the total Palestinian death toll in Israel/Palestine has four figures. Over 60+ years. A great deal more died in Jordan during Black September, or in the Lebanese Civil War. Think about that. If the Jews are so bent on killing Palestinians, why are there so many of them in areas that Israel controls? Get real, eh? Or better yet, get a history book that wasn’t printed during Nasser’s days.

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  7. bleeker
    September 24, 2007 at 12:38 pm

    Why go to Israel at all, we already are in Israel by being on this blog. It is a virtual Israel almost to the tea.

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  8. Andrew Brehm
    September 24, 2007 at 4:25 pm

    “Over 60+ years. A great deal more died in Jordan during Black September, or in the Lebanese Civil War. Think about that. If the Jews are so bent on killing Palestinians, why are there so many of them in areas that Israel controls?”

    Fady doesn’t care about “Palestinians”. Fady only cares about how evil the Jews are. Fady couldn’t care less about how many “Palestinians” were killed by Jordan or by the Lebanese. Fady doesn’t mind those deaths. Fady only wants the Jews to be evil.

    So, I think that should cover it.

    Mixing up Egyptians with the Turks! Sometimes I really believe there is no hope for humanity!

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  9. Andrew Brehm
    September 24, 2007 at 4:28 pm

    “Why go to Israel at all, we already are in Israel by being on this blog. It is a virtual Israel almost to the tea.”

    While it is true that this blog is frequented by Jews and Arabs and others (like Israel), I don’t think the real thing, visiting the actual country where Jews and Arabs can live together, is an unnecessary further step.

    Fady was simply told a weird history. He is probably quite nice when he isn’t talking to Jews. At some point, once he visits Israel, if he dares to challenge his own views, he will learn.

    Do Muslims care much that the Quran actually says that Jews must settle in the holy land? And that Jerusalem is called “Al Quds” because it was the holy city of Jews and Christians?

    I wonder.

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  10. Andrew Brehm
    September 24, 2007 at 4:40 pm

    I have an idea.

    I think Israeli ambassadors to the UN should start every single speech they hold with the words “We are still alive”.

    That should remind the world that Arab claims of unexplainable Israeli violence towards might be related to the fact that the Arabs have tried to destroy Israel and that many terrorist groups still pursue that goal.

    We are still alive.

    And I do hope that Israel will continue to kill to defend herself. The Arabs have the choice. They can leave Israel alone and the Jews alive.

    Or they can complain. If they have no honour.

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  11. Andrew Brehm
    September 24, 2007 at 4:40 pm

    Cairo is an occupied city. It belongs to the Roman Empire.

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  12. Andrew Brehm
    September 24, 2007 at 4:42 pm

    Sorry. I meant the Ottoman Empire.

    Damn, these cities switch allegiance often! The only thing we know for sure is that the Jews own no cities. Not Jerusalem, not Eilat, not Tel Aviv, not Haifa. All of them are Arab (or British or Ottoman or part of Crusader kingdoms or part of the Byzantian Empire or part of of the Roman empire) but definitely not Jewish!

    Hate them!

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  13. Andrew Brehm
    September 24, 2007 at 4:44 pm

    “most of them left at the bidding of the Arab armies”

    Arab nationalists say one thing and then forget it.

    Arab nationalists telling Arab Palestinians to leave becomes a Jewish crime.

    And Arab nationalists calling for Israel’s destruction and the death of the Jews and attacking Israel becomes Israeli violence.

    These people have no honour, Arab nationalists.

    Cannot trust them.

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