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    • gilad144
    • 29.12.10 | 11:54 (IST)

    Maybe, just maybe, many on the Left will realize that the damage Oslo caused to the long term interests of Israel, are huge. And just maybe these same radicals will understand that whether it is Netanyahu or someone else, it is better to consolidate around the historic reasons why Jews live in in the Middle East. Any other approach, in a region with 120 million Muslims who are being brainwashed to think that all their problems are caused by Jews, will pose an even greater existential threat on Jews. And the many Israeli's who barely or do not at all identify with being Jewish, will realize that the world lumps Jews into categories, not by their belief in social justice, but by their genetic connections. If you really are for Israel, this is not the time to rejoice at the downfall of Natanyahu, whether it is true or not and it very well could be.

    from the article: It's over for Benjamin Netanyahu
    First published 02:10 29.12.10 | Last updated 02:10 29.12.10
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