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    • Ronnie Wolman
    • 17.06.05 | 22:08 (IDT)

    Michael you seem a reasonable guy.You know I actually believe that when you put out good usually good comes back.It works for me.You not only have to put out good,you have to believe it and feel it when you do it. This is a key point in relationships. You wondered why I asked if you are a lawyer as if I had an ulteria motive.I dont.Maybe it was the way you write (Maybe you are an accountant!) Regarding the Palestinians,there is only one choice and that is peace.It is a strong peace,a Sharon peace. The right wing Jews,hate. They hate the Palestinians,America,Sharon anyone that doesnt agree with their vision. Sharon NEVER double crossed them. His view was always the DEFENCE of Israel,not the vision of GREATER ERETZ ISRAEL. I believe in peace.I believe that the word PEACE has been demonized by these people. I believe in a tough peace.A centrist peace. Not simply giving back. I believe that Gaza was a start and everything is up for discussion but the Palestinians HAVE to be accountable. They also have to stop terrorism as a tactic and they should expect we act with respect to them too. I believe that eventually we can both co-operate to make a society filled milk and honey and not the blood thats been.But peace I think is difficult for the right wing because its very survival is based based on friction. I have no interest in this. I believe that they have missed the whole point of the Torah. We are not the chosen people.WE CHOSE G-D and his Laws.WE chose the responsibility of being human rather than animal. We were Offered the choice. And we Chose the Torah. We are not some special people,we have to be MORE responsible. G-d is NOT in the Real Estate business,G-d is in the UNreal estate business. Samaria is not the point. The point is the morals and the ethics and the way you live your life.

    from the article: Foreign Ministry protests EU contacts with Hamas officials
    First published 00:00 16.06.05 | Last updated 00:00 16.06.05
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