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    • meeknoninheritor
    • 25.09.06 | 12:35 (IDT)

    it can't.israeli public,myself included are much too apathic.they are also in large measure,politically unaware,history-ignorant.we,like many others before us,will only be affected by catastrophe.20th. century europe is a good example.the trick,which i sadly cannot perform,is to disengage mentally,hoping future generations sort the mess,before it's too late.in israel's defence-it inherited world powers' created helter-skelter.in its blame-as by far the stronger/richer side the onus is primarily on us.all we did was terribly exacerbate a situation ready-made ominously complicated.we haven't yet produced the leaders to solve.past ones who could where marginalized. notable exceptions were murdered(rabin,arlozorov).keep up your optimism,it does count a little.peace.

    from the article: Between Jabalya and Bint Jbail
    First published 00:00 25.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 25.09.06
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