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    • Jabadini
    • 14.02.06 | 01:23 (IST)

    attack them and there is peace and no reason why we would want to take over an area we made peace on. If this could happen i would be happy to give them a state knowing i am safe walking down the street, but i can never see this happening because as one terrorist group leaves the government and returns to terror, another one takes it's place as the leader of the Pals. They will not be happy unless they have everything and that will never happen unless they wipe us out so there will never be peace here for us. They have Gaza already, they can take parts of the west bank maybe even jerusalem if its real peace why do we these areas if they want to live in their own state. But the temple mount is ours and always should be if we give that up its like them giving up mecca. Just because they decide to build a mosque ontop to claim it as their own doesn't change the fact it is our holiest site. We respect their religion its time they started respecting ours.

    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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