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I said:Fair question, Mr. Anonymous, so I shall reply.
You "wonder why" I don't include those 3 quotes.
The short answer is because two of them are fake, and the third is by a person of no importance.
Yaacov Perin's quote is real.
He was the rabbi who conducted the mass murderer Baruch Goldstein's funeral.
I assume he is a similar nutjob.
These people are so unpopular in Israel that their entire "Kach" movement was outlawed after Goldstein's massacre.
The Israeli government even outlawed and destroyed a shrine erected at Goldstein's grave:
In short, the "Kach" people have almost no support in Israel.
As this discussion says:
"The only place Rabbi Yacov Perin's name is to be found is in connection with this infamous quote".
He is not in any way an influential or important figure in Israel.
So in what way are his opinions of any importance?
Likewise some guy called "Chairman Heilbrun" in 1983 is of no importance, not least because he did not exist.
Do you even know his first name? Go look for it and you will discover that he did not exist:
If you don't believe CAMERA, then tell me his first name and a bit of biography.
The Rafael Eitan quote in 1983 is more interesting. At least someone might have heard of him:
The problem is the quote is also imaginary:
If you don't believe CAMERA, then show me the full article (you claim it is the "New York Times 14 April 1983") to demonstrate that the quote actually exists.
For a full round-up of bogus anti-Israel quotes see:
Exposing False Zionist Quotes (Quote Busters)
Exposing False Zionist Quotes II (Quote Busters II)
Even Rafael Eitan is not a very important figure.
He is, for example, dead, and his party, Tzomet, after repeatedly winning no seats, does not exist any more.
In contrast, my quote is from Hassan Nasrallah, who is the current leader of Hezbollah.
The other quote is an official Hezbollah statement.
What you need to do is find similar statements from people such as Olmert, Shamir, Peres, Rabin, Barak, Netanyahu, Sharon, or, say, Natan Sharansky, or find an official Israeli government statement along these lines.
Otherwise, your attempt at simplistic moral equivalence fails, and you are forced to compare the entire organisation of Hezbollah and its leader on one side, with a couple of unimportant people no one has heard of on the other side.
2006-08-22 13:33:03 GMT
He said:Some more quotes:
"We must use terror, assassination, intimidation, land confiscation, and the cutting of all social services to rid the Galilee of its Arab population." Ben-Gurion, A Biography, by Michael Ben-Zohar, Delacorte, New York 1978.
"What is necessary is cruel and strong reactions. We need precision in time, place, and casualties. If we know the family, we must strike mercilessly, women and children included. Otherwise, the reaction is inefficient. At the place of action, there is no need to distinguish between guilty and innocent." January 1, 1948 diary entry"
"It (Gaza disengagement) supplies the amount of formaldehyde that is necessary so there will not be a political process with the Palestinians"
"Israel should have exploited the repression of the demonstrations in China, when world attention focused on that country, to carry out mass expulsions among the Arabs of the territories." speaking to students at Bar Ilan University, from the Israeli journal Hotam, November 24, 1989.
Like I said, with extremists on both sides, there can be no peace.
2006-08-22 16:30:22 GMT
I said:Crumbs, you're not embarrassed at all that two of your three original quotes were fakes? Do you not care that you were exposed as so gullible?
Given this, I suspect your new quotes are dodgy too. Give me more supporting info on the Ben-Gurion and Netanyahu quotes.
What's wrong with the Weissglass quote exactly?
2006-08-22 16:57:43 GMT
Irish Islamic extremist EireMuslim, February 24, 2012, also promotes fake quotes about Israel.
He claims that Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu wished death to all Arabs on Facebook. No evidence is presented except the word of some anti-Israel lunatic in Kuwait. No screenshots. Nothing.