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    • Akram Zekaria
    • 14.11.09 | 19:38 (IST)

    Those who hate Israel are known; they will only declare themselves. They did more harm to the Palestinians; encouraging them on their illusions than any of the rest. No power can force Israel to do anything against its SECURITY. And its SECURITY is all that Israel always wanted. This will be the last expected 'intifatha' which is always in the cards. Its time has come ! So be it. The 'last intifatha' will be the last of Palestine for the simple reason because Palestine is an illusion ! Like all illusions its end in itself. Some countries might recognize a Palestinian State, but they will have no power to fight for it or the need to fight for it. Egypt & Jordan are included ! A chaos will be created (as always). The gape between Israel & the Palestinians will be widened. It will run for some time. But it will not be the dawn of Palestine. It will be just an illusion burst !

    from the article: Four days late, U.S. releases photo of Netanyahu-Obama meet
    First published 18:43 13.11.09 | Last updated 00:56 14.11.09
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