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    • Dr Eric
    • 05.12.07 | 21:33 (IST)

    Again I reiterate I spend many many hrs with palestinians on the WB they don't all think Oslo was so good, many support the way things were prior to 1987. Prior to 1987 Palestinians were members of Israel Police force and they maintained law amd order in the palestinian towns, there were very few rdblocks. arabs get along well with jews in the US, in tel aviv and they can get along well in yosh, prior to oslo many palestinians had excellant relationships with the settlers, At every Palestinian wedding settlers were honored guests. This all changed with Oslo Arafat. Reading these ridculous comments show that people have no clue, till today there is so much humanitarian interactions between settlers and pales, every day I deal with 3-5 cases on many levels. we don't have to talk about the 67 borders - which will never happen. Israel can't move 500,000 jews with their communities!!

    from the article: It is not from heaven
    First published 00:00 05.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 05.12.07
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