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    • Ben
    • 11.05.11 | 15:10 (IDT)

    We do have people that believe that Jews have a right to all of Eretz Israel. But they don't have rockets and highly unlikely will throw their political rivals from the top of the building the moment they decide to take the power. We've been there before, don't you remember that? But this time around, they will have much more territory at their disposal. Btw, 'Hamas is only one faction--a minority faction at that--among Palestinian civil society', is it wishful thinking or what? Remember they won the elections a few years ago?

    from the article: Hamas accepts 1967 borders, but will never recognize Israel, top official says
    First published 12:49 11.05.11 | Last updated 12:49 11.05.11
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