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    • Tosefta
    • 22.11.07 | 15:52 (IST)

    Lynn, peace with Syria will put an end to military Hizballah and will also bring peace between Israel and Lebanon. It will effectively push Iran out of the region, because even Hamas gets supplied through Lebanon. The Palestinian rejectionists will all be weakened because they will be thrown out of Syria and go to a far away place. This will help Abbas. Of course, I am not serious about Annapolis dealing with Syria and not palestine. This train has left the station already. But even after Annapolis, there is time for peace with Syria, while peace with the Palestinians during Bush is unlikely; just read what Peres said, as reported today in Haaretz, or think about it yourself. "A final Middle East peace accord will be impossible to reach before US President George W. Bush leaves office in January 2009, President Shimon Peres said in remarks published Thursday. " - Haartez

    from the article: Syria reportedly to skip summit, as Haniyeh calls meet 'stillborn'
    First published 00:00 22.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 22.11.07
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