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    • syrian opinion
    • 15.09.09 | 21:22 (IDT)

    The heights have been under Israeli control since 67 and so do they logically belong to Israel at the moment. Therefore, Israel as the country of residence, should have been the only option given to facebook users since the site was established few years ago. When and if the GH is given to syria, the situation maybe reversed, easy!! I think it is better for syria to act more serious about the GH if it is really so dear to it, instead of its ever way of showing and planting nationalism in the minds of its citizens. Too much nonsence and no actions! It leads nowhere! And whats wrong with initiating contact between Israelies and Syrians on Facebook like mentioned?? Arent we both assumed to be interested in peace? Or is communication not included?? When will mistrust be put aside!

    from the article: Syria bans Facebook to reclaim Golan Heights
    First published 15:05 15.09.09 | Last updated 15:56 15.09.09
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