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    • tom masri
    • 31.08.10 | 02:07 (IDT)

    What kind of a comprehensive peace we are talking about from the side of Israel as if there were a magic bullet? And if there were a magic bullet, the bullet is Syria. We all know it, but Israel ignores Syria because it has no legs to stand on to face what it has to loose in achieving a comprehensive peace. A comprehensive peace from Syria side would be impossible without recognizing Israel as a Jewish State. There must be a marriage between Israel and Syria for the comprehensive peace to see the light.

    from the article: U.S. sees Washington peace talks as start of year-long process
    First published 23:00 30.08.10 | Last updated 23:00 30.08.10
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