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    • arik
    • 24.07.10 | 11:07 (IDT)

    The settlers promoting the idea of a binational state, dont have a clue of what they are doing. Obviously they dont want to grant rights to the palestinians, and they think that they can earn time by thwarting any odds for a two state solution. However they are playing cassino and they will probably lose. Their plan of annexation might be accepted sooner than later and then a worldwide struggle for ensuring civic rights to palestinians will count also with the vote of the United States. There will be no force in the world allowing Israel to postpone the grant of universal rights to all its citizens. From that point to the end of the zionist state, wont take very long. History books of the future will read, " the right wing settlers unwittingly brought about a liberal state, in opposition to the racist zionist left that strove for a two state solution in order to preserve the jewish state"

    from the article: Seeds carried by the wind
    First published 00:52 23.07.10 | Last updated 00:52 23.07.10
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