I sometimes scan and see some 40 guests and a few people that never have put up a comment.
If you are Jewish you have 2 million possible things to bring to the table so please do not be shy.
If you are a christian lover of Israel you may not have our capacity to argue and discuss (of course I am just joking) but please comment as websites thrives on discussions.
If however, you detest all things Jewish and Israeli and have a library of cut and paste propaganda files I do have a few words.
I actual delight in the pain you must be experiencing as you hide in the shadows knowing the dilema you face. If you post fluff pieces to try and attain membership it'll eat at you until you come out and show your colors in which case you'll be dropped. What torture you must feel right now knowing this small little forum can kick you out for just being your hateful selves.
Deep down you know how great and noble a people we really are and this sickens you. You may think you hit a nerve when you invoke Hitler and do that Zionism Nazi comparison crap (like we haven't heard that crapola piece before). All it really shows is that you just lack any intellectual capacity. We have our own state now and as Tony the Tiger says "It's greattttt!" 62 years of statehood is like a honeymoon, hour one.
You may hate us and think that as internet posers you think you are somehow brave thinking you can convince anyone about the side to take in the middle east. The fault in your logic is that loving or hating Jews and Israel occurs before one even logs onto a computer. No one can change anyone's opinions. Hence your mere internet existance is one of futility.
We Jews are natural debaters and we can go on for hours and hours never growing tired. It's in our blood. What can Jew haters discuss on their website...hey did you cut and paste this article? Or "Did you hear Muhmud said that Israel should be destroyed in 3 steps not 2 and had his house burned down?". Fun stuff.
Unlike yourselves, invading a website to which you feel no affinity, many of us, like myself, walk the walk and live in Israel. In harms way, occassionally going to reserves or now in my case starting to send my kids to the IDF, and those of us not in Israel have family and friends in Israel.
And those like myself have no problems buying stuff in Sderot or like yesterday going to the beach in Ashkelon. Life is short but each day we cheerish our beautiful little state. As I looked down at the Gaza beach yesterday I was hoping that the current pulling people out to the ocean was a bit stronger the further south you travel (happy thoughts).
So keep on lurking...and Converts are accepted.