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    • RGH - from inside the wall
    • 25.09.11 | 13:00 (IDT)

    Life is precious, greed is wrong, sacrifice is normal, decisions are difficult, but results are worth it. Let the PLO and IDF work together to destroy Hamas. Do land swaps or let the settlers leave. This goes back to king David and Goliath. There are extremists on both sides of the wall, but most of us just want peace. Lets close this subject once and for all. Life is too precious to waste on war and greed. To those settlers, the majority of Palestinians are not looking for confrontation, but knowing the Arab mind here, if they know settlers are making trouble in their town, all the men will go outside and fight. It's like that even with internal conflicts.

    from the article: IDF: Relative calm in West Bank during Palestinian statehood bid
    First published 00:48 25.09.11 | Last updated 00:48 25.09.11
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