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    • Ronnie Wolman
    • 16.04.06 | 16:35 (IDT)

    The question is one of trust. There are the downtrodden Palestinians,victims of possibly Israel but for sure their own leaders and their cousins from other Arab countries who have used them as pawns for their own corruption. They need hope. They looked to Saddam Hussein for hope (and $20,000 for every suicide bombers family) They see the old vision of the Ottoman Empire as hope,possibly in the form of Irans sabre rattling or Bin Ladens defiance. Fundamentalism is a big possiblity in the Palestinian areas and possibly Palestine the state. Hamas has at its base a charter looking to destroy by Jihad no less,'the zionist entity' - Israel. At what point should the Israeli drop its guard? With the charter in effect as a poignant document? When Hamas invites Iran to use Palestine as a bridgehead for its absolutist ME War? At what point does Israel back off and await its possible doom? When I said I want a resolution I meant it.You are an intelligent human being,How can we gain trust

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    First published 00:00 16.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 16.04.06
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