... and the curse still goes on ..... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Sharif Hafez
    • 25.12.07 | 14:10 (IST)

    radicals everywhere in the Middle East, like radicals here and there, have been made between the 5th and 10th of June 1967. Israel saw its success of planning (not strength) and Arabs saw their lack of agreement. Israel deals according to a false historical made up fact of strength over all, and the Arab public, views this "made up strength" as racism. The end result, politics that "NEVER" meet! Peace? NEVER! It will never come while those there and those here, don't sit and listen. They listen to everything but not to the sounds of the future! They don't listen to children, who wanna live and give, in the battle of development and prosperity... Blood on their hands? Well, I pray on this holy day, that we all not have blood on our hands in the future of this "radicalism", however ... the curse still goes on ...

    from the article: Abducted soldier's mother: Politicians seeking clout off our sons' backs
    First published 00:00 25.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.12.07
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