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    • arik
    • 28.04.10 | 15:36 (IDT)

    It is true. Israelites lost any faith in peace with the palestinians. Palestinians also expect too much from the International community and from Obama, and they will be dissapointed once again. Who needs a change? Israel'e economy is rocketing up, and if there is any boycott against Israel nobody feels it. The question is what about Obama's veto in the Security Council? Things might change but it is not likely. What about war in the summer against the axis of evil Iran Syria Hizbalah and Hammas? Chances for war are slim. Mutual deterrence means... nothing moves. Every actor in the region understands that it is better not to mess with Israel, especially in the future. Even a nuclearized Iran is not a great threat either. Every actor in this area understands that the palestinians will pay the worst part in any conforntation, and besides that... who needs and for what reason, Beirut and Damscus on tatters.

    from the article: Netanyahu is incapable of making peace - but does Israel care?
    First published 14:22 28.04.10 | Last updated 14:45 28.04.10
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