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    • perplexed
    • 20.04.10 | 10:59 (IDT)

    Its amazing undereducated armchair generals believe in corrupted governments who propose peace as a device to destroy a country.Honesty shows us that the track record of the arab fiefdoms making 'lasting peace' with their adversaries is pitifully poor.If Israel were foolish enough to expose herself to withdrawing before peace was made and expect each arab country to have 'normal' relations she could only be considered a totally moronic state. Israel's cards are on the table- semi-democracy, freedoms for all that outshine any one arab country, commerce and development that makes each arab country with their oil kabillions look like a cultural slum, aiding any country that needs help in times of catastrophen, famine and drought.The list is endless if you care to know.the day one arabcountry wants to progress into the future,it will make peace independent of others & reap the great rewards that will make the middle east a power house of the world.Re:refugees-ours & theirs are tradeoffs.

    from the article: This Independence Day, Israel still turning its back on the Arab peace plan
    First published 00:48 19.04.10 | Last updated 15:23 19.04.10
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