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    • max
    • 30.06.07 | 18:03 (IDT)

    You're right about the tormented fighting the tormentor. What is unfortunate is that it has been decided and dictated to the tormented who the tormentor is. Two things. 1. Please consider for a moment that it is not only Israel that benefits from in-fighting and temporary gestures of concessions by existing 'leaders'. Egypt and Jordan have controlled Gaza and West Bank for a long time, much longer than Israel without calling it "Palestinian state", I did not hear anyone complain. Arabs oppressing arabs is ok then. Got it. 2. Every arabic country neighbouring Israel has attempted to wipe it off the map. Every time they were beaten and "MADE PEACE" and signed declarations in English against further aggression, while in arabic saying "we will liberate all of palestine" - just what Arafat said when he signed some papers in '93. Israel is dealing with people who only want its destruction. So Israel should (according to you) treat those tormentors with same. Wow, we do think alike.

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