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    • Villager
    • 27.02.06 | 13:46 (IST)

    Is anyone else around here starting to think a peace agreement might not be necessary? It's only a piece of paper, right? Especially if someone like Khalid is on the other end of it. Why should Israel sit around waiting for Hamas to turn into human beings? Just end the stupid occupation, which the Arabs are trying to prolong as much as anyone, take whatever we feel is necessary, and lets leave each other alone. The agreements with Egypt and Jordan are beneficial to Israel, but they also have thier own way of tying our hands. We're getting suckered into politics too much. We'll never be able to let our guard down anyway, so why sit around and beg for recognition thats never going to come? We don't owe them anything. Running thier lives just gives them an excuse and makes us look bad. If we're not doing it, then it just becomes a fight for land, and thats a fight we wont hesitate to win.

    from the article: Mofaz: Israel prepared to defend itself against Iranian attack
    First published 00:00 27.02.06 | Last updated 00:00 27.02.06
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