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    • Bret
    • 26.03.06 | 23:09 (IST)

    The upcoming Israeli elections is a time for the people of Israel to voice their opinion, that most of them want peace. I do not believe that a unilateral pull out from the West Bank is a step towards peace, but actually a step backwards towards violence and mayhem. If Israel removes itself from the West Bank, the Palestinians will be left with no foundation for growth, security or a future...this will further ignite violence against Israel for not working with palestinian officials for peace. Just as the Palestinians have been brainwashed in believing that the destruction of Israel is the only way for peace, Israeli's have been equally brainwashed with the idea that there is no partner for peace. The status quo on both sides want a resolution that benefits both parties, and a carefully planned withdrawl and support system for the Palestinians is necessary to calm future violence. Without security, education and health, there is no future..for Israel or for Palestine.

    from the article: One racist nation
    First published 00:00 26.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 26.03.06
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