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    • inbound39
    • 21.11.12 | 21:51 (IST)

    Israel has more to gain from peace economically than it does from war. How will Israel pay for the billions the Gaza effort has cost....couple that with the continued cost of the Occupation and settlements. Israel has enough land to build on in Sovereign Israel. Think of what Israel could do if its money was freed up for peace...not expansionism and war.

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    First published 03:14 20.11.12 | Last updated 03:14 20.11.12
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