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    • Nicolas from Paris
    • 19.06.07 | 00:12 (IDT)

    You wrote : If we do not quickly wake up(...) we will truly be left with a choice between the plague - an apartheid regime and a binational state between the Jordan River and the sea. Including the Gaza Strip. Well,Israelis always think as if settlement were there to stay... Whereas, as long as Israel wants to preserve its existence, it must give up many settlements -and if settlers don't agree, Israel must abandon them to the Palestinian fighters, for the sake of Israel ; Israel can't be sacrified for a minority of fanatics, for a bunch of jerks who lead the coutry to hell : let them have their hell, if that's what they want ! The Pals moderates are better friends of Israel than those israeli kinda hamasmen-. As for the settlers who are in the WB for economical reasons, Israel must help them to have a decent place to live in inside the 1949 borders. The settlers are the ones who undanger the very existence of Israel.

    from the article: Sharon's dream
    First published 00:00 18.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 18.06.07
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