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    • Hope
    • 28.08.10 | 22:37 (IDT)

    If there will be a peace, Netenyahu can bring it. From a Muslims view, he ain't no push over. I might not like him one bit, but he is willing to do anything to protect hi people and get everything he can. Who wouldn't do that? I feel that there is a lot of injustice, but if Netenyahu decides that it's time for peace, considering his right wing gov, then it just might stick. The Middle East belongs to is all; Jews, Arabs, Iranians, and all the tribes in between. This is our home, the Jews were not welcome anywhere else, we shouldn't do what the rest of the world has done. We are blood, and the Jews are our theological ancestors. Just make it right so we can all get on with our lives. Think of what we could do if we were united. One love, one family. Salaam-Shalom-peace be with us all

    from the article: Netanyahu may be a latter-day Gorbachev
    First published 07:38 27.08.10 | Last updated 07:38 27.08.10
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