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    • k.herzallah
    • 15.04.07 | 13:26 (IDT)

    PM Olmert is playing games,he doesnt need a dialog with arab states,he needs only to dialog with those who are concerned.i.e the Palestinians.You can live side by side with the Pals with no bloodshed if only you recognize their right in their and their ancestors land. You insist that Palestine is the land of jews alone,this will never be be accepted to the Pals. and will continue their struggle and more blood among both sides.Palestine can absorb both which will lead to a flourishing economy benifiting everyone arabs and jews.Dont you think humanly for the sake of the future of your children? please do and do it rationally.

    from the article: PMO: Olmert, Abbas discuss nature of Palestinian state in Jerusalem meeting
    First published 00:00 15.04.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.04.07
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