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    • mike1
    • 15.12.10 | 04:08 (IST)

    Im reading about the peace between Iseael an the Palestians with confusion. To be honest I feel that we ( americans) are being taken for a ride. Both parties has recieced aalot of aid due to this conflict an any peace deal could put a stop to most of that if not all. Could it be that simple that releigion,hatreed,economics or security could stop these two from coming to a just agreement. Im missing something and Im not sure what it is. Israel would surely get the same amount of aid from the US for its security and the Palestinians would get financial aid from all parties. For Americans this would not change so why would we hold ourself hostige to these two countries.

    from the article: Netanyahu agrees to discuss core issues in indirect talks with Palestinians
    First published 02:13 15.12.10 | Last updated 02:13 15.12.10
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