Levy # 66 I do agree with you - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • El-Birawi
    • 12.09.05 | 23:45 (IDT)

    Mr. Levy, of course those who lost loved one in a terrorist attack or a shooting by the IDF could never fogive or forget. However time is always a healing part of life. Yes there are those on both side who are extremists and who will never accept the other. But there are a a whole lot, I would say the majority who would like to live in peace and then there is every one, I mean every one who want to be secure living without fear, without buses being blown up, or coffe shops bombed, or fearing an IDF sharp shooter or a tank or not having to go through humilating check points and not having to travel for hours for a 5 minutes drive and dont have to worry about his land being taken away, or his house being destroy. Yes, it is necessary for both side to see and understand what the occupation is doing to both of us. As long as there is occupation, there will never be peace or security for the two people. It is that simple. As for seperation, why not? it will give both time to cool off. However you will always see Palestinians and Jews sitting down and enjoying a humous or falfel or shawarma together. It is their nature to be together. At least from the one I know. Shalom.

    from the article: Addicted to the poison of occupation
    First published 00:00 12.09.05 | Last updated 00:00 12.09.05
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