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    • Melmoth
    • 21.10.10 | 12:41 (IST)

    Im a spanish citizen that lived in Israel for a couple of years. I dont like the spanish goverment in a general way, but it is true that Moratinos was a man with a purely altruistic interest in the conflict, and when Israel rejects the involvement of this kind of people as "Goyim that know nothing about us", is making a big mistake. This is the kind of man that knows the Israeli people better, the one that would defend the israeli position when surrounded by headless Goyim. This kind of people exists and its quite sad that there will be repudiated as gentiles that dont care for the jewish fate, cose they are one of the finest allies for peace. They are the part of the puzzle that sticks together jews and goyim. I think it is crucial that Israelis will start trusting gentiles. No peace will come with this lack of trust.

    from the article: With Spanish cabinet reshuffled, Mideast peace camp loses crucial advocate
    First published 02:03 21.10.10 | Last updated 02:03 21.10.10
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