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    • 14.01.13 | 15:11 (IST)

    The rise of islamic regimes surrounding Israel and the PROVEN lack of real guarantees show Israel that land for peace and treaties are not reliable. Plus the pa/abbas/plo/hamas have clearly stated that they want to destroy Israel. When someone threatens you take there word for it

    from the article: Jordan king: Arab Spring should drive Israeli government to 'embrace peace'
    First published 13:12 14.01.13 | Last updated 13:12 14.01.13
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