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    • Sami
    • 06.05.05 | 21:52 (IDT)

    Absolutely not. The Arabs and the Palestinians have been trying for the last 30 years to achieve peace with Israel and to once and for all settle the conflict. However Israel does not and has no intention to ever have peace with the Arabs and the Palestinians. For the majority of Israelis and world Jewry, peace means safety and security for Israel. It means Israel will lead a normal life like all other state. Peace, security and normality for Israel, means that Israel will no longer is able to raise the billions it does from sympathetic world Jewry and it means Israel will no longer get the $4.5 billions it gets annually from the US. Why should Israel pursue peace, when it can have the land and get paid for it, by is sponsors and supporters. Israel is unlike any other state in the world, and as it sees itself, it could never survive peace. Israel thrive on conflict, and even if it achieve peace with the Arabs, it will create and go to war with Brazil, just to stay in business

    from the article: Does Israel want peace?
    First published 00:00 06.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 06.05.05
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