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    • Vittorio Antonio
    • 20.09.12 | 05:38 (IDT)

    Poor Israel---she feels coerced to save herself from herself. There is no way down the pike Israel will be able to maintain military hegemony over her Arab and Persian neighbors. As long as she insists on being the sole possessor of nuclear weapons she will incite the development of similar WMDs in the neighborhood. There is a lesson the Catholic experience can teach Israel---the so-called Jewish state. The Catholic state is limited to about 100 acres in Rome, Italy. Some wise persons have suggested that Israel and the Arabs can establish similar religious states in Jerusalem thereby separating religion in a secular bi-national state composed of a plurality of cultures with freedom and justice for all.

    from the article: Israel rejects U.S.-backed Arab plan for conference on nuclear-free Mideast
    First published 01:51 20.09.12 | Last updated 01:51 20.09.12
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