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    • Mike
    • 30.04.12 | 18:14 (IDT)

    One wonders why Israel has no trust in the International Community or it's neighbors. How is Israel supposed to be expected to give up strategic lands for peace when the treaty can be torn up so easily. I am interested to see the reprocussions for Egypt if this happens.

    from the article: Leading candidate in Egypt presidential race calls Israel peace accord 'dead and buried'
    First published 16:03 30.04.12 | Last updated 16:03 30.04.12
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