#30 suicide watch...hmmm - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • T A Sheppard
    • 24.05.07 | 21:51 (IDT)

    EXACTLY what both the PA and GOI should be placed under!! Like an immediate intevention by mental health experts, a peacekeeping force of soldiers, and various professionals to come into this region, work out a basis for coexistence. Obviously all people there have a right to exist, and to be treated humanely. Minus self-defense, someone with missile, guns etc can be shot/arrested on the spot. Both sides apply too. The extremists on both sides that desire the elimination of the other and only have a tolerance for their OWN ideaological bases have to be weeded out or there is no hope. There IS an apocalyptic fever raging, and so many are to blame it is absolutely nuts to favor one side over another. UN, someone should immediately acquire a mental health warrant stating the Pa and GOI is attempting suicide and without immediate help and care the death/grave injury of each is imminent. Nothing else has worked!

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    First published 00:00 24.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 24.05.07
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