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    • Amos
    • 18.12.10 | 21:56 (IST)

    we must do whatever we can to bring to end the extremists of all borns, be them arabs or jews. We have no choice, there are some six million jews and about threee milion arabs in the old territories of Palestine. one can by no means envision the elimination of one or the other of these populations. Thus a mutually accepted solution is the only issue, whatever it will be wether the russian immigrants and messianic jews like it or not, or wethet fanatic moslems follot that trend, peacce must come. So please sit down and try to find a solution. One way to do it is to close together the leaders of all factions jewish and arabs and not let them out untill they come to a common idea and an acceptable plan for peace.

    from the article: Israeli woman wounded in stabbing near Jerusalem; police suspect her friend was kidnapped
    First published 18:19 18.12.10 | Last updated 18:19 18.12.10
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