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    • victor
    • 23.06.13 | 09:35 (IDT)

    only when the jews are in charge. I know this from my family's history living with arabs. Hence the best solution is to have 2 states for 2 people (the arab one being a demilitarised one with local police force to enforce the law but without any weapons of war)Each people can travel to the other for work and return to their families. The problem is that all ''palestinians would want israeli citizenship over a muppet state run like a family home mafia) Israel should disengage and the one who should carry the most fruitful negotiations has to be Aryeh Deri because unlike all Israel's leaders (except Menachem Begin) he respects and is respected by them too. As long as the leadership is of eastern european origin there is no hope for a long lasting amicable solution. Mark my words ,in time you will all see that only Arab Jews can bring peace with arab muslims.

    from the article: Yair Lapid: 'There’s no other game in town but the two-state solution'
    First published 11:25 21.06.13 | Last updated 11:25 21.06.13
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