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    • michail
    • 03.05.10 | 13:12 (IDT)

    Jerulalem is more than a city , it is a spitirual an ancient and modern city for centuries, how can anybody say that it was created by politics, this is a travesty and would only encourage terrorism and extremism. Elie Wiesel is a Nobel peace prize winner and he is absulutely right. We cannot divide Jerusalem, Jerusalem can only be a shared by all the people peaceful and every nation on the Earth . It is a holy divine city mentioned in evey holy book. All the leftist want is to destroy the harmony that existed over 3000 years of history, their false cries are subjected only to their wrong politics that has so bitterly failed in the past. The palestinian ordinary people educated and their many intellectuals have already accepted the truth that they have to live peacefully with all the people in Israel and reject their extremist and corrupt leaders and political organisations.

    from the article: Leftists to Elie Wiesel: Occupied Jerusalem can't be holy
    First published 19:54 22.04.10 | Last updated 18:11 25.04.10
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