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    • Ron
    • 28.03.10 | 21:02 (IDT)

    Israel must accept the wish of Syria. They are under the influence of Iran, like we (Israel) are under USA. Assad is doing whats best for his nation. Iran is the power. Egypt, Syria, Jordon, etc. They must obay Iran. This is the reality of the ME today. Iraq' lebanon they also must obey Iran. The PA, well they just do what they are told.

    from the article: Syria to Palestinians: Quit Mideast peace talks, resume violence
    First published 15:53 28.03.10 | Last updated 18:26 28.03.10
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