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    • Muhsin
    • 29.06.10 | 12:07 (IDT)

    Why these settlements? What is behind that? Israel wants to extend its territory I think but is this happenin because Israeli people act according the Thorah that God has given them this land? And is it true that Israel wants to extend its boundaries from Nile to Euphrat? Than it is not possible for Israel to make peace with Palestinians and even with all the other peoples between Nile and Euphrat. Not even with Turks.

    from the article: Akiva Eldar / West Bank outsposts are growing 'under the state's nose'
    First published 01:41 29.06.10 | Last updated 01:41 29.06.10
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