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    • Mark
    • 28.12.11 | 19:38 (IST)

    Why useless? Look at what the UK faced. Bombings in civillian areas in 1993 Warrington ,here in the North West, was bombed killing children. In December the Downing St declaration was issued. You're dismissive of my comments but the situation is the same. An armed group conducting terrorist operations. And in that situation the British Army retaliated by killing unarmed civilians (see Bloody Sunday). So the situation is remarkably similar. On a positive note: In spite of the many obstacles since the good Friday agreement the next generation of the Northern Ireland inhabitants are finally growing up in peace. If you can stop for a second and look at how conflicts are able to get resolved then you will be open to the possibilities of peace being realised one day. The alternative being: the Israeli government pursue a course of trying to wipe out all Palestinian opposition? If you object to any negotiation then where is the way out?

    from the article: Israel shouldn't ignore Palestinian reconciliation deal
    First published 01:50 28.12.11 | Last updated 01:50 28.12.11
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