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    • Deborah
    • 27.08.06 | 15:49 (IDT)

    I pray for the release of the prisoners, especially for Israel, but I hope both countries have had the time and breadth to be kind even to their enemies, that there might be peace between the two peoples. I know there is no fight between the Israelis and Lebanese people per say, but against those that take the lives of others, namely that of the Israelis, without respect for their lives, particularly. When there is time, as they may have already done, the prisoners that are enemies to Israel should be shown love and kindness always, like gentle, consistent tilling of the earth that the Hebrew people know so well, in that educating their enemies in love would continue. A parent that takes care of an unruly or stubborn child with love and care, reaps a harvest and a reward, that works for the good of all concerned. I know that Israel knows about being the parent-fugure to others. Peace be to all of your leaders on either side, that the people may live in peace.

    from the article: Nasrallah: We wouldn't have snatched soldiers if we thought it would spark war
    First published 00:00 27.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 27.08.06
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