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    • Stu in Dallas
    • 30.12.12 | 23:59 (IST)

    To all the Tony's, Melissa's, and the rest that are always on here hating Israel. I wonder if you truly believe all would be right in your world if Israel simply handed everything back and gave in to the pressure. Or would you still hate Israel simply for existing. How about some mutual respect from ALL the parties involved. Those that want respect, give respect. Peace is clearly in the best interest of EVERYONE. The Arabs need to just accept Israel's right to exist, say it in English, Hebrew, and Arabic, and put it on paper. Tell their people that the time has come for all the sons of Abraham to get along for the sake of mankind. I'm quite sure that if the Arabs take this bold leap, Israel will be more than ready to reciprocate. So let it be written, so let it be done!

    from the article: Likud-Beiteinu: Peres 'disconnected' from Israeli public on Palestinian issue
    First published 20:00 30.12.12 | Last updated 17:59 30.12.12
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