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    • NYC GUY
    • 14.08.06 | 06:39 (IDT)

    Wolfe, and so what's the answer? Israel gives and gives and gives?? So it gives the Golan, it gives Shebaa, then it gives the West Bank and East Jerusalem to a new Palestianian State that never ever ever had a capital in J'Lem. Then what happens when a group of a few thousand or more clerics and radicals decide all of Israel is theirs, and to continue the fight? that past treaties mean nothing? So they start bombing and killing Jews, then can Israel respond? And if yes, all the Syrians, who got back the Golan, all the Lebanese, who got back Shebaa (which was never theirs in the first place) etc. will claim Israel is using too much force and the "Arab World" will align against Israel. Only this time it won't have anyplace to run to. So whic countries will come to its aid, and will they do so in time. Sorry, we see how easy it is for Hamas to reject agreements. I for one won't wait for hundreds of dead Jews to prove my right to live.

    from the article: The 'morning after' commission
    First published 00:00 13.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 13.08.06
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