Imagin, Gideon, if, today, J.F. Kennedy was president of the USA and I. Rabin was president of Israel... Those two fellows surely would have achieved peace, wouldn't they? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Monique
    • 08.07.10 | 11:12 (IDT)

    But that kind of people never have the time to reach their aim. And the way they die shows there is a real will that is opposed to a real peace process. Could it come from the weapons lobby? Like for the development of new non-polluting energies, those who founded their richness on petroleum are the bridle. Obama and Netanyahu see each other very often, they seem to be good friends and, as everybody knows it, no well-educated persons would talk religious and/or political matters because these items bring anger... So, what could they talk about? Maybe football, dress, cinema, holiday... just like most new friends would. Are there suffering peoples? They sure don't experience it up there...

    from the article: An excellent meeting
    First published 00:54 08.07.10 | Last updated 00:54 08.07.10
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