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    • Tony Silver - Kopenhagen
    • 23.05.13 | 21:06 (IDT)

    If you are working for peace, why is the IDF stronger than ever? Doesn’t make sense. You can’t force peace with a military. It never worked throughout history. what the military does is fight, what fighting does is kill, what killing does is create enemies, what enemies do is kill, when 2 sides kill each other, it’s not peace, its war. Netanyahu needs to draw it out in crayons on a cardboard to understand it. Using ducks and ACME bombs. Peace doesn’t involve military. You want peace, stop the killing. Stop the settlements, and wait a short while for a generation of kids to grow who haven’t lost parents and siblings to the IDF, and suddenly, less people want to attack the IDF. Common sense. However Netanyahu knows what he is talking about, he doesn’t want peace. In fact he can achieve peace overnight, but he doesn’t want that.

    from the article: Chief Palestinian negotiator: Two-state solution has a chance under Kerry's efforts
    First published 23:26 20.05.13 | Last updated 23:16 20.05.13
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