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    • williams
    • 26.11.06 | 14:52 (IST)

    I'm not sure if I understand this, why is Israelis so quick to call their Arabs neighbors governments corrupt. I have follow Israelis politics for quite some time now,and there are more scandals and corruptions than we here about in Arabs governments.Is this the norm for Israelis politics, or is this what Israelis view as a democracy.Then, it would be clear, that there is no Israeli partner for peace.Ther eis election what every 18-24 months,how could a government be stabilize in taht period of time,with the constant threat of being brough down. Look at all the infighting going on,OLmert and Peretz,there is so much of a power struggle going on.But America does not see anything wrong with this instability. This is the reason why there is no peace, there hasn't been a true Israelis peace partner.It is clear that there will never be peace as long as these clowns are running the show.Desperate Bush is on the way out now.

    from the article: Peretz: no better, no worse
    First published 00:00 26.11.06 | Last updated 00:00 26.11.06
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