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Deepak Chopra's comments today

Reader comment on item: Solving the "Palestinian Problem" [with the No-State Solution]

Submitted by thebassguy (United States), Jan 7, 2009 at 13:49

from 1/7/09 HuffPo: (to my previous point)

"The oil-producing countries could have alleviated the grinding poverty in Gaza and the West Bank using a fraction of their oil profits annually. Instead, the Palestinian conflict has been cynically used as a tool of anti-Semitism and a sop to the Arab street, which likes nothing better than an enemy to be inflamed against."

Maybe he'd also be a good candidate for Sec of State?

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