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    • Avihu
    • 31.08.07 | 16:35 (IDT)

    peaceful coexistence in this Land! Unlike your family member, Sarrie, you have still not internalized that we, the Jews, are at home in our ancestral homeland, the land of Zion and Jerusalem, the land of Juda and Israel. The question that all should ask now, and first and foremost Arabs and Jews of this shared Land of ours is how the two communities can co-exist in peace alongside one another, and not how one community sees to it that the other goes away. This is simply not an option. Look above at Yaniv's list of five points. With some minor modifications I believe both communities could thrive here in peace. But it must be underscored: both communities and not only one. Can you accept it?

    from the article: Persuade the people
    First published 00:00 31.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 31.08.07
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