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# 24 - tradervic (Uncle Laowai)
Depends on which side of the rifle barrel that you are behind. Then again, learned people scoffed at Gandhi's attempts to liberate India (Pakistan & Bangladesh) from the British Colonial Rule in the mid 20th Century via non-violence.
Was that liberation identical to the one you gave to the red indians ?
As for the Middle Eastern issue - it is now a question of the Muslim/Christian populations within Isreal proper. Given time, that population will be taking a more prominent stake in Isrealli politics. So, the question of borders in the next 50 years will become moot
As in the past when Sultan Salahudin Ayubi conquered Batul Maqdus from the Christian forces, when the emporer of England, France and one other european country (Probably Germany) came to take back the Holy City with 6,00,000 strong army equiped with world's most sophisticated weapons of that time and did earn the initial victory in the city near to Sea (I did not remmember the name of the city), lost his courage to move to Batul Muqdus and went back from the middle of the war after entering into agreement with Sultan Salahudin Ayubi. The agreement was signed for three years and the condition was that The Sultan will allow the Chiristians to worship in the Holy City. And when the British emporer ( I think George) boarded in his ship, he send the msg to Sultan that I will be back (A famous hollywood joke, I will be back) after 3 years. But never he or any one else dare to come back. But the Christians were also not stopped after 3 years from what they had been awarded according to the agreement.
Since the Holy City came under control of Muslims and later become a part of Suljoqi Empire from Turkey, who had conquerd parts of europe as well, you will not be able to find out a single event, where Christians had ever not been allowed to go to the Holy City and they always enjoy their independence in that part of the world, under the Muslim Rules.
However, Before Sultan Salahudin Ayubi conquored Batul Maqdus and after it went in the hands of Jews. Can you, Mr. Tradervic, give me a single evidence, where a single day of Muslims in the Holy City had been spended with peace ???
Tradervic, it is easy to argue but very difficult to defend.