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    • Jabadini
    • 13.02.06 | 22:49 (IST)

    I believe they lost many a war where if they would have won, the jews remaining would have been massacred. I've no problem and would agree to give up some land for peace but i dont believe they'll ever stop attacking us unless they wipe us out or we leave the middle east. They have Gaza fine keep it and enjoy, but we can decide where the borders will be to a certain extent as res 242 states protective borders and what olmert's planning to do, and where the fence is being put up we dont have defensible borders. They never had a country, it was Jordan (which should be their country) and Egypt who didn't want them like the rest of the arab countries. They should understand we are giving them somthing they never had and something no other country would agree too in our place. If they decide that they are willing to stop killing innocents here, then i'm all for two states. I dont believe it will ever happen so we must do what is possible to protect ourselves meanwhile and show strength.

    from the article: Don't boycott the Palestinians
    First published 00:00 13.02.06 | Last updated 00:00 13.02.06
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