Israel a national threat?

Why the media claims that Israel is a national threat while in it's history it has never started a single war? While surrounding countries have constantly started many wars throughout their history (Egypt, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon etc.)?

Israel is even a large military technology and weaponry provider for peaceful countries like USA, UK, India and Japan.


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  • 4 years ago
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    Mostly because the false Palestinian narrative of being poor occupied oppressed people, combined with the help of the media in the Muslim world which is amazingally anti - Israeli.

    Most of the people don't think Israel is a threat to world peace, though.

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  • 4 years ago

    A national threat to whom? To America? Who the heck is saying that?

    If your question was well formed, you might have more answers.

  • Thomas
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    4 years ago

    It is a national threat by its very existence. A large portion of the human population hate us for "gifting" them the land. So we, by doing the "gifting", invaded the middle east. And until we stop supporting the fictional state of Israel, we will be seen as a hostile occupying force in the middle east.

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    • tomer4 years agoReport

      The land was gifted by no one - it was created and protected by sweat and blood by the Jewish refugees from all over the world, who knew they have nowhere else to go.
      If Israel is an occupation in any sense, surely so is the United States, built on occupied native Americans land.

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  • 4 years ago

    Israel started the "Six Day War" in 1967.

    • ?4 years agoReport

      Egypt moved forces through Israel's borders in the Sinai peninsula and Israel attacked them by surprise as defense.
      Moving your forces through another countries border is a declaration of war.

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