You just make things up.
there was no Palestinians, in 1967 we had a war with Egypet, jordan, Syria and Lebanon.
the Palestinians Did not exist.
wow, just wow.
Normally I'd drop the subject under the certainty that it is worthless pursing a discussion on this topic with you but for the sake of entertainment, I'll carry on.
the ppl today who live in gaza are Egyptians, the ppl today who live in west bank are Jordanian.
Please tell us more.
the ppl in the west bank and jorday are Family members b/c b/4 1967 it was part of jordan.
we already talked about this just yesterday, did you forget it so quickly? The annexation of the West Bank by Jordan lasted a few years and it was only recognized by 2 nations, not even Israel did. The area was already inhabitated by Palestinians anyhow. I don't understand why you think that the annexation make the Palestinians "family members" with the Jordan people. Rather strange logic (or lack of thereof to be more precise)
keep telling yourself that, i guess it helps u deal with the fact that a state, so much smaller, who alot of her Resources (not natural b/c there is isnt oil or water in here) goes to Maintain her security, still at the First line of progress.
also thanks to billions provided by the step father America.
You'll have to forgive me that I can not believe you,
Fortunately for me, i have proof. http://www.haaretz.com/news/world/24...chile-1.461227
We studied the same thing and the same university. Not a friend but I got to speak to him a few times when we had classes together. Later on he went to became the president of the students council, as the article mentions. I'll add that he got my vote (an info i give out just for the people who have accused me of antisemitism before...)
u just told me that the Egyptians ruled here
That tells me a lot.
Fortunately for me, I have proof too.
New Kingdom Egyptian period
During 1550–1400 BCE, the Canaanite cities became vassals to Egypt as the Egyptian New Kingdom reunited Egypt and expanded into the Levant under Ahmose I and Thutmose I. Political, commercial and military events towards the end of this period (1450–1350 BCE) were recorded by ambassadors and Canaanite ***** rulers for Egypt in 379 cuneiform tablets known as the Amarna Letters.
Excavations have established that the late 13th, the 12th and the early 11th centuries BCE witnessed the foundation of perhaps hundreds of insignificant, unprotected village settlements, many in the mountains of Palestine. From around the 11th century BC, there was a reduction in the number of villages, though this was counterbalanced by the rise of certain settlements to the status of fortified townships.
In 1178 BCE, the Battle of Djahy (Canaan) between Ramesses III and the Sea Peoples marked the beginning of the decline in power of the New Kingdom in the Levant during the wider Bronze Age collapse.
More here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Kingdom
if this place is sooo bad for jews, why they keep on coming from all over the world?
It must be the weather
you fail at reading comprehension. It's not bad for Jews at all and I'd never claim that. It's actually great for them. at least great in terms of expressing their racism, segregation and discrimination. It's like transporting a Texan redneck back the XIX century but with the technological advances of today. He'd love it too, most likely.