Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 3rd May 2013 20:10 UTC
Google "Internet giant Google has changed the tagline on the homepage of its Palestinian edition from 'Palestinian Territories' to 'Palestine'. The change, introduced on 1 May, means google.ps now displays 'Palestine' in Arabic and English under Google's logo. Using the word Palestine is controversial for some. Israeli policy is that the borders of a Palestinian state are yet to be agreed." Good but daring move.
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RE[4]: Some facts
by adinas on Mon 6th May 2013 06:11 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Some facts"
adinas
Member since:
2005-08-17

I don't understand why you think I insulted China. China never tried to destroy Israel or the Jews. My remarks were only about those who had conflict with Israel.

Edited 2013-05-06 06:12 UTC

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RE[5]: Some facts
by kwan_e on Mon 6th May 2013 06:24 in reply to "RE[4]: Some facts"
kwan_e Member since:
2007-02-18

It doesn't matter. You make it seem like it is some kind of heroic feat to outlast those empires - as though you deserve it more because of it.

Edited 2013-05-06 06:25 UTC

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RE[6]: Some facts
by adinas on Mon 6th May 2013 07:20 in reply to "RE[5]: Some facts"
adinas Member since:
2005-08-17

I guess I didn't make my point clear. It simply that when determining if a piece of land belongs to this or that people, I would expect reasonable people to understand that a country which existed on said land for thousands of years and protected its rights to that land against overwhelming odds would have more rights to it than a group of people who were invented 100 years ago.

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