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    • christoph
    • 08.10.06 | 14:04 (IST)

    1) "Have your eyes failed to see that the most undemocratic and brutal regime in the region is the Israeli occupation in the territories?" I'm sure the military can support these words. They have other arguments. 2) "Palestine is a cesspool of its own making. Now that the Israeli `doms` have left Gaza, the local sharks in black masks have been given free reign. This is the beginning of the bloodbath there , and they are not fighting each other over land issues...it is , and always has , about one thing only. POWER !" I've been asking myself how it could be possible to make settlers and Palestinians come nearer to each other so that the first-mentioned will be less dependend and the second-mentioned less disturbed by the military. But I fear that there are not much people working directly in the region and among the Palestinians that would be able to mediate. So, people will always be asking for mighty men in the region that protect them or defend them, and these gain power...

    from the article: The mystery of America
    First published 00:00 08.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 08.10.06
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