“The Bible says that the children of Isaac and the children of Ishmael will live together,” Rabbi Riskin said: - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tony Silver - Kopenhage
    • 14.11.12 | 16:21 (IST)

    “The dream has got to be our living together in peace”. If so, then let it be One State Solution with equal rights.

    from the article: Old white men - Netanyahu, for example – have run Israel far too long
    First published 13:41 13.11.12 | Last updated 13:41 13.11.12
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