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    • Reality Check
    • 14.07.06 | 10:22 (IDT)

    As some of the posts on this thread have pointed out,... These are VERY old claims that each side has for this "land" As admirable as the notion of peace and the value of human life may be, in the end, as History has PROVEN, This conflict over "dirt" or "Land" SHALL end in only one way... and that way will NEVER bode well with the "modern", "civilized" notions of peace, humanity, forgiveness, blah blah blah Who TRULY believes that either side (let alone both) could ever come out and say "Bygones be bygones" or "Lets all forgive and forget and continue on together as friends" or the most absurd... One side says, "Fine, you have it... and we'll leave" I suppose we as the world must feign "hope" that this will end in any other way than it ACTUALLY WILL. The TRUE sorrow in this whole ordeal is that the middle-east will inevitably consume ALL nations... it will suck us all in like a vortex... Just as it has done for Millennia My prayers to all in the Mid-East...

    from the article: In Nahariya, some choose to leave, while others remain defiant
    First published 00:00 13.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 13.07.06
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