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    • Einstein
    • 06.09.10 | 00:01 (IDT)

    Its very obvious that Muslim countries are moving in a conservative direction. Within a few years Israel's "allies" in the Muslim world may well have nonsecular governments. When that happens, a "peace" will be imposed, and Israeli participation will only be a formality. There is nothing smart about ignoring the obvious, even if it makes you popular. Israel can choose peace terms today, or Palestinians will likely choose them tomorrow.

    from the article: Lieberman: This generation will not see Middle East peace
    First published 21:13 05.09.10 | Last updated 21:13 05.09.10
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