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    • Larry
    • 27.04.06 | 19:01 (IDT)

    The Quebec separatists want to have sovereignty over the area. Canada had a referendum and by a slim margin the non separatists won. What would happen if the Palestinians had a referendum on getting back territory??? Take this land, you will have a state, and you won't have anymore Israeli army or checkpoints disrupting your daily life. Simple question. Answer: Yes we will take what is offered, or NO, we want more, much more. Fact is, the Palestinians had Yasser Arafats PLO around in 1963, 4 years before Israel took the West Bank and Gaza. He wanted it all. Signed Oslo to grease his bank accounts, and insured his people lived in slop so the money kept coming in. What will Hamas accomplish?? Give us back land, then we will negotiate?? In a cold day in Hell Hamas. Negotiate now, while you have someone in Israel to negotiate with. Once the deal is done, it is done. Sinai, Gaza, returned, no re-invasions there. But stop the damned terrorism and show the world you are serious about peac

    from the article: And thank you to Hamas
    First published 00:00 27.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 27.04.06
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