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    • joe
    • 19.06.07 | 23:24 (IDT)

    this guy is a lunatic. akiva is so much excited about the possibility of giving precious territories to our sworn enemies, that his zeal has no borders. he writes-'But despite all the importance of giving back the Golan Heights to Syria, it is not important enough to anger the Iranians, undermine relations with Hezbollah and erode Hamas' influence. In exchange for peace with Israel, Egypt, Jordan and, for some time, the Palestinians, received an entry ticket to Washington and a bonus of billions of dollars.' that is, not only israel 'has' to give the golan to syria, it also needs to help syria to get monetary compensation from the united states. my proposal is different, syria begs our forgiveness for attacking us in 1967 and 73, cuts ties with hezbollah and kicks hamas offices out. we will reluctantly agree to normalize the relations and live in peace thereafter. the syrians will have a possibility of visiting the golan heights on one day visa.

    from the article: Border control / Some attention from America
    First published 00:00 19.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 19.06.07
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