Israel is in the ey of the storm and this storm is turning into a Hurricane much much stronger the Katrina that destroyed New Orlean and walls and dykes and everything else. My Chrystal ball tells me that....... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Peter of Florida
    • 28.01.12 | 16:03 (IST)

    The churning of the storm that started in Tunisia will not stop in Syria, no way no how, it will engulf Jordan and possibly Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Gulf as money does not buy freedom. The future of Israel is being dermined now by the fighters in Libya, the Free Syrian army and potentially others that will end up potent like Hizbullah fighters that were baptised under fire. What all those future bonbs have in common, is Religion, Language, and their absolute hate of Israel that have been building over many decades. All what the Palestinians have to do is sit tight the high tide will carry you to a safe and sunny island.The future of Israel is bleak indeed unless they change attitude now.

    from the article: PA official: Palestinians to rule on fate of Israel peace talks in days
    First published 10:48 28.01.12 | Last updated 10:48 28.01.12
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