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    • The American
    • 27.10.10 | 05:39 (IST)

    Israel would rather see arab and moslem anarchy, than any dreams of peace. As such, as long as arabic and moslem instability exist, Israel can feign innocence, and say there are no partners for peace. As long as this is the situation, zionists can continue to slowly devour more land, kill more arabs and moslems, and can sell this bill of goods to naive America, that there are no partners for peace, and as such, arabs and moslems can only be ruled, or conquered and killed. This is why israel wants lebanese civil war, and domestic unrest anywhere peace and stability threaten to take hold in moslem and arab lands. It is the old "divide and conquer" strategy. The pals are split, the turks are split (with kurds and turks at each other), enormous efforts are being made to destablize Iran, even at the cost of helping expatriates who first truely sought to develop nuclear weapons, and as has been done in Iraq. Recall please that the reason Bush Sr did not take sadam in desert storm, was all of his moslem allies advised that the vacuum that would follow sadam's ouster was worse than sadam's continued rule, and they were right! At least for everyone but israel, who sought instability and anarchy in any region where arab and moslem stability might threaten it with having to make peace!!

    from the article: Syria spurns U.S. bid to mend ties
    First published 21:40 26.10.10 | Last updated 21:40 26.10.10
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