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    • Olav
    • 09.11.11 | 12:45 (IST)

    Netanyahu does not want peace. It would make him irrelevant. Haniyeh does not want peace. It would make him irrelevant. Ahmadinejad does not want peace. It would make him irrelevant. All these right-wingers are each others' best friends, while pretending to be bitter enemies. They have a goal in common which is sustained conflict at a (they hope) manageable intensity, so they can stay in power. If only the people would stop paying attention to what they say. Or better yet: lock the warmongers up in a "Big Brother House" and broadcast it all around the Middle East. The people would see how cynical and ridiculous these men really are.

    from the article: Netanyahu leading the fight against Israel's peace activists
    First published 02:57 09.11.11 | Last updated 02:57 09.11.11
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