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    • Cylus benjamin
    • 23.09.11 | 11:33 (IDT)

    Mr clinton is wantonly hiding the facts and accuses israel in the palestinian issue. Actually the middle east problem is continuing from the days of crusades. Only after establishing israel in 1948 and after the six day war the international christian tourists could visit jerusalem freely. Even today christians could not visit bethlehem so easily. But the bedouin muslims of israel loves the tourists and help them. So why cannot the arabs remain like the bedouins and enjoy israel. The arabs call themselves as goliaths philistines and ask the country in his name. But that giant community is nomore now. Also turky wants to take back the land in the name of helping the arabs. It is threaning cyprus and greece. So there is no need of giving back the west bank. Those who do not like israel let them get out of west bank and settle in the palestinian mandate called jordan.

    from the article: Bill Clinton: Netanyahu isn't interested in Mideast peace deal
    First published 09:50 23.09.11 | Last updated 09:50 23.09.11
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