That Rabin used. Arafat isn't a demorcat, he's a thug, and as a thug, he will control the Palestinian violence. Somehow that argument went down the drain. And if this is how your pinning your hopes for peace, or de-escalation as you have been calling it, then I'm very concerned. Extremism shouldn't be supported. There is no reason to say, we'll let them work it out. You could be talking generations of religious despotism. And as we have seen in other despotic situations, it leads to the development of corruption. Remember, Arafat and Fatah started out with their (in their eyes) noble aims, to free the Palestinians, it ended with Suha taking Billions out and Fatah members driving around in mercedes' benzes. One doesn't need to change the entire Muslim world, but there is no reason to support such ideology either.
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from the article: We need a Nasrallah