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    • Jake
    • 10.02.10 | 14:57 (IST)

    Interesting approach. Of course your naysayers will squeal about the need to continue the complete subjugation of the Palestinians because a fair and just settlement would only help to better position our enemies for future attacks. But then again most of these people are right wing fascist ideologues and as such should be ignored. But back to the topic. A fair and just settlement would end the raison d'etre for the vast majority of enemies. In fact I cannot think of one that would continue to flourish. Any exception would face the wrath of an entirely united international community. So give it a go I would say. Much to gain and little to lose.

    from the article: Israeli-Palestinian peace would neutralize Iran threat
    First published 01:59 10.02.10 | Last updated 09:56 10.02.10
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