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    • Otto Rand
    • 04.08.07 | 06:56 (IDT)

    You don't deserve a response, but this is for other readers. You equate love of Israel with stopping the peace process? This is the hight of cynicism and total moral bankrupcy. Peace is what Israelis always wanted and still yearn fot. It will benefit the entire region except for the settlers who will have to fold. It's ironic that people can believe in the most absurd things if there is enough of them to reinforce each other. Like polygamy in Utah and killing oneself and one's children for some imaginary paradise of Islam. I am sure that the settlers truly believe (not all!) that they are serving God and the country, while they are robbing land, attacking Arabs and UN staff, and they probably would not hesitate to kill anyone standing in the way of their self proclaimed ideal. When will the normal inhabitants of the country stop tolerating these self-righteous maniacs who are sabotaging all peace attempts?

    from the article: Deja vu
    First published 00:00 03.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 03.08.07
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