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"the people who matter are the ones who's everyday lives are touched by the violence" -- K.Ahmed

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Submitted by Krista (Canada), Jun 5, 2008 at 21:51

"the people who matter are the ones who's everyday lives are touched by the violence" -- K.Ahmed

Yes, this is true. People who live in comfort have the opportunity to ensure others are made aware of a complete perspective and for government to support countries in their just cause.

The Palestinian people are living in dreadful circumstances and they deserve better than what their leaders /UNWRA have given them.

....and yes, you did the link correctly... thank you for your time to reply to sTs...but I do not understand why you wrote...."You speak no differently than the individual that you attack"

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