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    • Jan
    • 02.12.13 | 01:58 (IST)

    (but who am I), that if an agreemant could be reached that to most Palestinians seems a just agreement, the security problem would be solved for 90%. Of course, there will still be Palestinians who will not accept it and think terrorism is the answer. But those dissidents will be found at the Israel side as well, as we all know. However; my understanding is that Israeli's will have much more of a problem with that than the Palestinians. They should grow up. Nowadays it's a fact of life, all over the world. Per capita, much less Israeli's are killed each year than US citizens, whatever the reason. Since 1967 the rate has been 10 Palestinian dead to each Israeli dead, so stop looking at your bereaved families only. There are lots of bereaved families on BOTH sides. Forgive me if I sound bitter, but it seems that since the holocaust the Jews have lost the meaning of the word "empathy".

    from the article: U.S., Russia should hold Geneva talks for Israeli-Palestinian peace, says negotiator
    First published 23:48 01.12.13 | Last updated 23:48 01.12.13
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