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    • Johnson
    • 16.10.06 | 07:35 (IST)

    "he suffering Palestinian people" must be masochists who enjoy suffering. Their choices have been the annihilation of Israel as an overriding concern. They seem to be focused on hatred and their words and choices are based on vitriol. If the Palestinians want peace, why don't they recognize Israel, stop firing missiles and launching attacks in Israel, attacking outposts and kidnaping and holding soldiers, in other words act peacefully? they have had choices for a long time. They continue to inculcate their children with hatred in their schools and indoctrinate them regarding a struggle until Israel is destroyed. Is this a prelude to peace. I don't think so. When will the Palestinians demonstrate that they can live in proximity peacefully and not create a fear that interspersed with Israelis, they will act as do their brethren in Iraq, focusing on intemperate killing rather than building positive lives for themselves.

    from the article: Lieberman to power
    First published 00:00 15.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 15.10.06
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