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Cut him some slack, maybe he is still learning and will understand complex dynamics of region and propaganda agendas in it. I know Algerians tend to seem themselves as part of MENA region and ordinary peoples get along regardless of how gov'ts are. Even ordinary Tunisians, Moroccans and Algerians feel very close to each other.
"he is still learning and will understand complex dynamics of region"
Come on dude. We've lived in North Africa for centuries and now a "Danish" troll will come help me understand the "complex dynamics of my region".

In Algeria we had supported Palestine not because we need the Palestinians to like us.
By principle, our country had offered support to many other third world struggling nations before.
Algeria is a nation born from the struggle of independence of its people where more than one million martyrs were sacrificed for our independence.
 
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Right. It was thanks to Arab treasons that Israel was able to have access to the Arab war planning of the wars and therefore win those wars.

For example, Israel had Morocco to thank for its victory over its Arab enemies in the 1967 Six Day War, according to revelations by a former Israeli military intelligence chief.

In 1965, King Hassan ll passed recordings to Israel of a key meeting between Arab leaders held to discuss whether they were prepared for war against Israel.

Read this, it will shock you :

But they won almost all wars,if not all, against the Arabs. If you exclude the 1967 because you said it was a betrayal by Morocco,there was also 1948,1973,1982 and others later
 

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"he is still learning and will understand complex dynamics of region"
Come on dude. We've lived in North Africa for centuries and now a "Danish" troll will come help me understand the "complex dynamics of my region".

In Algeria we had supported Palestine not because we need the Palestinians to like us.
By principle, our country had offered support to many other third world struggling nations before.
Algeria is a nation born from the struggle of independence of its people where more than one million martyrs were sacrificed for our independence.

I like Algeria , who told you I don't? So do all Palestinians.
 

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But they won almost all wars,if not all, against the Arabs. If you exclude the 1967 because you said it was a betrayal by Morocco,there was also 1948,1973,1982 and others later

The 1967 was not even a war and called off afte few days due to threats coming from Washtingon. Israel lost 1973 won 1948 but it was not them fighting and also won 1982 but lost in 2006 and 2021 stalemate in 2014. Isreal itself is tiny nowadays and easy to overrun but the thing is that Israel is an American outpost that is the only thing keeping it intact really but militarily it can't defend itself in this age
 

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The 1967 was not even a war and called off afte few days due to threats coming from Washtingon. Israel lost 1973 won 1948 but it was not them fighting and also won 1982 but lost in 2006 and 2021 stalemate in 2014. Isreal itself is tiny nowadays and easy to overrun but the thing is that Israel is an American outpost that is the only thing keeping it intact really but militarily it can't defend itself in this age

Oh come on! Are you going to tell me,like the Egytians and some other Arabs do,that Israel lost the Yom Kippur War? I've seen denial of this in another thread as well,but come on! 1948 "it was not them fighting"? Who was fighting then? Mercenaries from Colombia? In 2006 they won on the battlefield but lost the media war. They devastated Lebanon,but Hizbollah emerged stronger and more popular after war (even though they lost a lot of men too).

Israel is tiny and easy to overrun nowadays? With F-15s,F-16s,F-35s and thousands of tanks and most of the population being trained militarily and with nuclear weapons too? That's what Arabs used to think back in 1967 and 1973.
 

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Oh come on! Are you going to tell me,like the Egytians and some other Arabs do,that Israel lost the Yom Kippur War? I've seen denial of this in another thread as well,but come on! 1948 "it was not them fighting"? Who was fighting then? Mercenaries from Colombia? In 2006 they won on the battlefield but lost the media war. They devastated Lebanon,but Hizbollah emerged stronger and more popular after war (even though they lost a lot of men too).

Israel is tiny and easy to overrun nowadays? With F-15s,F-16s,F-35s and thousands of tanks and most of the population being trained militarily and with nuclear weapons too? That's what Arabs used to think back in 1967 and 1973.

Times have changed bro. These jets can be taken out of the air rendering them powerless. Yes Israel lost Yom kippur war including the 2006 one. The 1967 was called off entirely by the US. Israel is not a country as you think but an outpost nothing more or less and a US state why do you think it was called off? No other attack came after the call off because it would be a miscalculation on these countries part if they were to attack atleast not now. They have difficulty beating non-state actors nowadays because times have changed this is not 60-70 years ago even if they get help it won't suffice if there was any attempt to overrun them they won't be able to prevent it militarily..

The world technology has just exploded and continue to do so. They don't have stragetic depth, plus tiny population who are unmotivated and greedy populations believe me if any attempt of an incursion on Isreal came it will close the curtain on them and this page of history
 
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Yes Israel lost Yom kippur war including the 2006 one.
How exactly did they lose the Yom Kippur War? And how did they lose,on the battlefield,the 2006 War? They devastated Lebanon.They destroyed the infastracture,the killed hundreds of Hizbollah militiamen and showed their strength. Yes,they had losses too and that war showed how skilled Hizbollah was in guerilla warfare. But it really wasn't a defeat for the Israelis.

plus tiny population who are unmotivated
I don't know man,they seem pretty motivated not to let anyone throw them to the sea...
 

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I like Algeria , who told you I don't? So do all Palestinians.
We are today living in an Arab world where Wrong is Right, and Right is Wrong.
Those who normalized with Israel have become in control of the MENA region, and those who kept the principles of self determination in support for people struggling for independence have now become on the defensive.

Who would have thought that Iraq and Syria will be technically destroyed, Egypt will be a non-entity, and Algeria will be on the defensive when it stands up for its historic principles. These four countries once represented the spine column of the Arab World.

And here come out of nowhere, UAE, Qatar, Bahrein, and Morocco, the new spokesmen for Israel's hegemony in the MENA region.

Is is up to you to like a country or not to like it. My point here as an Algerian is that I know the history and the principles of my nation and will never be apologetic about who we are.

In case you didn't know, Israel had Morocco to thank for its victories over its Arab enemies in the 1967 Six Day War, according to revelations by a former Israeli military intelligence chief. In 1965, King Hassan ll passed recordings to Israel of a key meeting between Arab leaders held in preparation for the 1967 war. The same leadership of that time is ruling over Morocco today.

 
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How exactly did they lose the Yom Kippur War? And how did they lose,on the battlefield,the 2006 War? They devastated Lebanon.They destroyed the infastracture,the killed hundreds of Hizbollah militiamen and showed their strength. Yes,they had losses too and that war showed how skilled Hizbollah was in guerilla warfare. But it really wasn't a defeat for the Israelis.


I don't know man,they seem pretty motivated not to let anyone throw them to the sea...

They retreated with their tails between there legs in both occasions soundly beaten. They wanted to expand but were send back running that is why they lost these wars. Yom Kippur was a clear lose the same 2006 or even 2021 were losses. They are not motivated really not their greedy populations they won't risk there lives once confront serious situation
 

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But they won almost all wars,if not all, against the Arabs. If you exclude the 1967 because you said it was a betrayal by Morocco,there was also 1948,1973,1982 and others later
I am emphasizing the fact that Israel as a historic nation has never been a civilization in the Middle East and the Mediterranean regions. Israel is merely a fallacy created by a few Atheist Zionists at the brink of the 20th century.

How can one compare the Egyptian, Syrian, Mesopotamian (Iraq), Carthaginian (Tunisia) civilizations to the history of those who today claim to be historic Israelites. Are there any historic monuments in the Middle East of anywhere else that have been built by the ancestors of the Israelis. The question is open to everyone.
 

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"Our colonial project" (Ze'ev Jabotinsky)

Imagine Argentine Catholics unleashing the Terror on the Italians and rounding them up in ghettos claiming land that once belonged to the Vatican State


Imagine that some Russians and Poles enthusiastic readers of Don Quixote de la Mancha say: -we have a special sentimental attachment to the land of "la Mancha" so we are going to unleash the biblical Terror on the Manchegos and do a tremendous ethnic cleansing for the love of literature, stories and fantasy


This story is simply mind-blowing and shows the power of Fantasy over Reality
 

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They retreated with their tails between there legs in both occasions soundly beaten. They wanted to expand but were send back running that is why they lost these wars. Yom Kippur was a clear lose the same 2006 or even 2021 were losses. They are not motivated really not their greedy populations they won't risk there lives once confront serious situation
Who wanted to expand? Are you living in a parallel universe or something? Israel was losing at first in 1973 but managed to turn the tables and enter Egypt and was on the road to Damascus. They recovered Sinai and the Golan Heights and the Arabs and the Egyptians and Syrians lost the war. What the heck is this imaginary victory?

If 2006 was a "clear loss" then how do you explain what Lebanon suffered? They are not motivated? Are you kidding me? Who teaches you that? Who tells you that stuff?
I am emphasizing the fact that Israel as a historic nation has never been a civilization in the Middle East and the Mediterranean regions. Israel is merely a fallacy created by a few Atheist Zionists at the brink of the 20th century.

How can one compare the Egyptian, Syrian, Mesopotamian (Iraq), Carthaginian (Tunisia) civilizations to the history of those who today claim to be historic Israelites. Are there any historic monuments in the Middle East of anywhere else that have been built by the ancestors of the Israelis. The question is open to everyone.
What exactly do you mean these people have never been a civilization in the Middle-East and the Mediterranean? What about the Kingdom of Israel then? King Samuel? David? Solomon? What are you talking about?

Monuments? There are monuments,but you have to remember that a lot was destroyed during the First Roman-Jewish War.
 
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We are today living in an Arab world where Wrong is Right, and Right is Wrong.
Those who normalized with Israel have become in control of the MENA region, and those who kept the principles of self determination in support for people struggling for independence have now become on the defensive.

Who would have thought that Iraq and Syria will be technically destroyed, Egypt will be a non-entity, and Algeria will be on the defensive when it stands up for its historic principles. These four countries once represented the spine column of the Arab World.

And here come out of nowhere, UAE, Qatar, Bahrein, and Morocco, the new spokesmen for Israel's hegemony in the MENA region.

Is is up to you to like a country or not to like it. My point here as an Algerian is that I know the history and the principles of my nation and will never be apologetic about who we are.

In case you didn't know, Israel had Morocco to thank for its victories over its Arab enemies in the 1967 Six Day War, according to revelations by a former Israeli military intelligence chief. In 1965, King Hassan ll passed recordings to Israel of a key meeting between Arab leaders held in preparation for the 1967 war. The same leadership of that time is ruling over Morocco today.


Qatar? I like Algeria because I like it and its people. Not because of you. Situation in region is a lot more complex than ties with Israel. It's matter of irreligious people. Once people come back to religion with sincerity than we will see real change. All political developments are symptoms of disease and not disease itself.
 

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