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    • Rambo
    • 19.09.11 | 17:44 (IDT)

    The United States is not worried about pleasing or cowtowing to Islamic nations. The Arab world has proven itself to be volatile and uncivilzed in the face of wanting socio-economic reforms. Violent protests breaking out across the region demonstrate how fragile peace can be with Arab nations. Most of the posters on Haaretz have a hateful bent toward Israel. So their comments and "recommendations" do not serve any real world purpose other than to demonstrate how belligerent and unyielding they can be. Now imagine all of the Arab masses that are fed news that their governments want them to read. OF course their hatred will never subside. Israel returned the Sinai to Egypt and made a peace treaty. So much for that being successful and a guarantee of Israeli security. Jordan did the same, but they did it more out of necessity than actually being a threat to Israel. The

    from the article: Livni: Israel's diplomatic stupidity is pushing the U.S. into a corner
    First published 14:25 19.09.11 | Last updated 14:25 19.09.11
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