Islamists have existed since the birth of Islam - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Cipora Julianna Kohn
    • 21.04.11 | 11:50 (IDT)

    wahabi salafists, the muslim brotherhood, the entire islamist movement, have existed since before israel declared independence. democracy in the arab world depends exclusively on the will of arabs. the israel-palestinian conflict has been nurtured and kept alive by the arabs. peace cannot be achieved through threats and turkish flotillas. peace can be achieved only through negotiations and good will. turkey's attempts to rule the region will not succeed any more than iran's attempt to rule the region.

    from the article: Turkey: Israel-Palestinian peace will decide fate of Arab uprisings
    First published 11:21 21.04.11 | Last updated 11:21 21.04.11
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