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    • Ron M
    • 06.12.09 | 05:04 (IST)

    Melman has lost his mind, now we should move our capital & concede yet even more to the most undeserving peoples on earth who have rejected evey peace plan ever sent their way & even today reject negotiations for peace. (47,2000,2001,2008) Here's a better idea Yossi, we control the land, we tell the Palestinians to go fly a kite. Every day they reject peace - the deal gets worse, we take more & more off the table, not concede more. It is this constant weakness preventing peace, until the Palestinians realize without peace they get nothing they will never compromise - Instead the weakest amongst our society only wants to give them more like some battered & abused wife cooking her husband ever more extravagant meals. Jerusalem has been our capital for over 3000 years, whomever doesn't like it can shove it, the palestinians included.

    from the article: Israel should give up Jerusalem as its capital
    First published 01:11 06.12.09 | Last updated 09:13 06.12.09
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