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    • Lena
    • 12.06.07 | 14:36 (IDT)

    You are not alone with your opinion. What you said, has happen and might happen.So many -have seen it -at least afterwards (it so easy to be wiser then).Anyway - the stupid is the one, who makes the same mistake twice. Everybody who have the basic knowledge of the human's psychologigal behaviour knows: -More you are pushed to the corner, more likely you will attack to get free or... -the humiliated person hates or... -more you are oppressed, more you resist = more hate, more violence -on both sides. And these "truths" are even more likely here,in the Middle East, where the compromises are seen as a sign of weakness. Somewhere else there is a saying ."The wiser (with good self-esteem) can afford to admit, that he might have been wrong...also."

    from the article: In the name of Islam?
    First published 00:00 12.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 12.06.07
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