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    • Mystery Ben
    • 27.04.06 | 23:14 (IDT)

    "An agreement with Abbas can be followed by new elections, and the peace party will win." - BG #14 "Israel needs to make peace with the Palestinian people NOT with some individual, Abbas or anyone else." - Judy K #29 Would you say that new elections is a good way to gauge public opinion? You might say that Hamas will be reelected, but I don't believe it. Hamas won because Fatah was corrupt and did not deliver a fair peace, but when they do.. We might have different expectations, based on a different sense of reality, so let me leave it at that. But here is a sign of poor thinking: "Sir, Israel is already on the path of unilateral seperation. No need for an "agreement" for carrying out unilateral moves." - Judy Judy, you look at all unilateral moves as equally valid. Not so. If you unilaterally move into your own house, it is OK. If you move into somebody else's house, expect not to stay there for long. (Police!) A peace agreement makes the areas Israel keeps its own.

    from the article: And thank you to Hamas
    First published 00:00 27.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 27.04.06
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