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    • Joseph E .
    • 24.08.07 | 01:20 (IDT)

    internal skirmishes for power control as thrustworthy partners for peace talks , Would it be ok with Hass for Kadima to violate counter terrorism policies , release terrorists , transfer weapons to PLO , remove road blocks that impede terror just cause Bush's said to bolster Fatah ,while Shalit is not back home , Can Hass , Bush count on Abbas-Meshal , Fayyad-Haniyeh to fight terror , would Hass be pleased should Kadima absorb pals refugees and relief Israelis-Arabs 'vision' document' , Later when Israel is completely arabised , national anthem and flag changed , and jews becomes a minority , should jews vote for hamas or fatah , what would Saudia or Iran or Syria think about jewish vote should jews vote for fatah or hamas , What Hass would consider as arabs painfull concessions for peace in a post 9/11 world , in a God's warriors era ,

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    First published 00:00 23.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 23.08.07
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