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    If not for Khalid, I would even suggest the Jews on this site to say whether they they have a problem with a Palestinian State. The problem is that Khalid might send 100 of his messages, from Settler#1,Settler#2, Setter...#129 claiming that we want to kill Palestinians. I agree with Gina, and with Musa, and with Mona. Lets have a Palestinian state. But, please, please, show us somehow that this would be the end of hatered and violence? Also, Mona and Musa, I wonder what you think of the issue of Jerusalem. I am sure that all of us would rather it to be *their* capital. However, when Jordan had control over it -- no Jew could even visit it. But under the "brutal" Israeli Occupation, Jewish police does not even allow Jews to pray at the Temple Mount, out of consideration for Muslims (yes, we are allowed to pray there, under certain conditions). I am not even mentioning that the Arabs are still there, and considered Israelis. Also, there is relative order under the Israeli rule. I mean, ideally, who cares about the boundaries? Europe seems to have forgotten they exist. But the reality, security needs to be preserved if we are ever to get to that stage. And, frankly, I just see that Israel can be trusted with it much better. What happens in 50 years will depend on how quickly we will stop hating eachother.

    from the article: Beyond Yachimovich's view
    First published 00:00 04.12.05 | Last updated 00:00 04.12.05
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