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    • Sabra
    • 26.12.13 | 04:00 (IST)

    In one hand the survey finds that 72% of the Israeli public believe that Israel and the Palestinians must teach peace and at the same time oppose teaching that the West Bank IS NOT part of Israel. So, the Israeli public want to teach peace and the West Bank is par of Israel. The fact of teaching that the West Bank is part of Israel, is not teaching peace. You can not have it both at the same time.

    from the article: Majority of Jewish public believes Israel, Palestinians must teach peace
    First published 10:30 26.12.13 | Last updated 02:11 26.12.13
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