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    • Natallie Durson
    • 02.09.10 | 14:30 (IDT)

    Avoiding peace has been profitable for Israel. The entire settlement enterprise came about by avoiding peace. Sporadic attacks from the Palestinians have turned into a regular source of income from America and others. They gave Israel leverage and options that would not have been available otherwise. Peace would end all this and face Israel with settlement evacuations, civil unrest, and increased violence from Palestinian militants. Why would Israel make such a choice? There seem to be a lot of people who believe that Israel really wants peace. Why would they? As a final note, the attacks from Palestinian militants will never stop completely. peace or no peace.

    from the article: A different approach
    First published 02:58 02.09.10 | Last updated 02:58 02.09.10
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