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    • hanna
    • 12.04.05 | 04:35 (IDT)

    Based on what I see on this and other boards it is clear that the Jewish people and the people of Israel are splitting along secular/democrat and religous/fascist/nationalist lines. I honestly don't see what the two camps have in common. Probably not a thing. Why not admit the split and call it a day? those of us who are with Beilin and other enlightened figures (Jewish and not) should be allowed to have one part of Israel and maybe we'll find a way to work with the palestinians of similar mind, in which case the arguments about territory and religion will become moot. The rest should have another part of israel where all the zealots can get together, invite the taliban remnants , hamas, jerry falwell envangelists and have their own ultra nationalist/ultra-religous state. Call it a day people - there is no common ground between secular and/or spiritual and the zealots. Let the third temple fall just as the previous two did - amazingly for much the same sort of reason....

    from the article: If Bush is really serious
    First published 00:00 10.04.05 | Last updated 00:00 10.04.05
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