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    • Michele
    • 26.09.06 | 00:10 (IDT)

    europe, maybe a big part of the us, and of course all the middle east, are just fed up with israel and it's outcome, if it becomes clear enough that israel with it's present status will be always a point of dispute and global stress, the day will come that the issue will be solved as it was created 60 years ago, in history 60 years it's just a day, so there is always the room for changes, and the middle east always been the land of changes leaders borders etc. israelis should think of this, if they insist on a future in the middle east they will have to do big compromises, same for palestinians. they can't expect the rest of the world will live with terror forever, just to let a bunch of people claim a piece of land.chances are that it will be assigned to the majority, since it will be a decision from democratic nations, right?

    from the article: Between Jabalya and Bint Jbail
    First published 00:00 25.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 25.09.06
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