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    • MOSHEH
    • 28.06.07 | 20:16 (IDT)

    Clickfool, your entire last posts look like Prophetic announcement of a cataclysmic war. You are waiting this Armageddon War of the Wars, as it will result in the defeat of Israel. You forget one essential point: the reason why the Israeli/Palestinian conflict is in the limelight today. Our modern world is a mechanical one. Everybody knows the importance of the sources of energy. Yesterday coal, today petrol, uranium, and tomorrow who knows? As the Arab world possesses the main reserves of petrol, he disposes of a powerful worldwide political role. But this chance is limited in the time. In less than fifty years (that’s very short) all the reserves of petrol will be used up. At this time, Arabs could be in two very different positions. They could be proud and happy, admiring and profiting of all what they have constructed. They could be sad and miserable, crying and regretting the opportunity of power they have squandered.

    from the article: No one to give them back to
    First published 00:00 28.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 28.06.07
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