"Your perception of their national aspirations, I am afraid, is not theirs (of our neighbors). One must be blind not to see it ..." (Nadav) "Yesterday, in my speech to the United Nations, I said that you are (President Mahmoud Abbas), a man of peace, who believes in a two-state solution. And after our conversation today, once again you confirmed that. I fully understand there must be leaders willing to speak out and act on behalf of people who yearn for peace, and you are such a leader." GW President Bush, last September, mentioning also, "... the vision that so many Palestinians long for, and that is a society in which they can raise their children in peace and hope." www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2006/09/20060920-1.html If that is, for you, being blind to 'their' aspirations to eliminate us from this region, then I definitely prefer to be as 'blind' as him and as Michael Ben-Yair (see #32), than as 'clearsighted' as you. No offence intended.
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