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2 Arab-owned vehicles torched in Jerusalem    Yair Altman
1. Price tag; Revenge
Evidently some people are very interested in starting an internal conflict inside Israel. If our democratic system is not enough as to cope with the problem, our government should copy from the islamic system to get read of those people as soon as possible, no matter who they are. They say that a stitch in time, saves nine.
Robert ,   Israel   (01.04.12)
2. A problem with the story
According to police, the two burnt vehicles were old and abandoned. This lends credence to the theory that the arson was perpetrated by Arabs or Leftists.
israel israeli ,   tel aviv   (01.04.12)
3. As if the authorities do not know who the gang leaders are!
Cynic #2   (01.04.12)
4. Israel must deal with "Price Tag" terrorists harshly
Israel loses what little international respect it still has when it cannot, or refuses. to control theses vile "price tag" terrorist. How can Israel complain about the PA not doing enough with its limited resources and authority when the Israeli government cannot control a bunch of settler terrorist with all the resources at its disposal.
Moshe Cryan ,   TA, Israel   (01.04.12)
5. Shutafut-Sharakah - never heard of them before
Is this Peace Now's new name?
rebecca ,   Modiin   (01.04.12)
6. Don't Jump to Conclusions
W/out any evidence, the police are awfully quick to jump to the conclusion that Jews committed these acts. For an Arab with hatred towards Jews and a car he wanted to replace, torching it and then faking evidence that a Jew did it would be the ideal solution.
Prof B ,   NYC, USA   (01.04.12)
7. #2
":According to police, the two burnt vehicles were old and abandoned. This lends credence to the theory that the arson was perpetrated by Arabs or Leftists." No it dosnt.
Jonathan ,   MN/US   (01.04.12)
8. #6 "Don't Jump to Conclusions"
You should follow your own advice
Jonathan ,   MN/US   (01.04.12)
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