Si vis pacem para bellum. This expression is a bit old but not outdated. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • a Jew from the USSR
    • 08.05.12 | 18:58 (IDT)

    No matter where it starts, European type of peace building almost always ends up in anti-Semitism. Even if the peace building is being carried out by the Israeli peace lovers. Therefore, this letter looks pathetic and somewhat pitiful. The rise of the ultra-right all over Europe is the result of the peace building and conflict resolution. I would like to remind that Henry Kissinger received Nobel Peace Prize for establishing “peace” between the North and the South Vietnam. Needless to remind other achievements of conflict resolution and peace building (would it be more correct “conflict building and piece resolution?) Anyway, Johan Galtung said what he meant and meant what he said. Therefore, Israel should be engaged in army building and target resolution.

    from the article: An open letter to Johan Galtung: Peace-making and anti-Semitism can’t go together?
    First published 12:08 08.05.12 | Last updated 12:08 08.05.12
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