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Israstine is the solution

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Submitted by Peter Carvapai (Australia), Jan 10, 2009 at 05:47

If we go back 80 years the idea of an European union would have been unsinkable. The idea of and Israstine (a binational or trinational state) is in the same category and in my opinion is the only long term solution. Provided there are visionary statesmen on both sides it can be achieved step by spep withing a two generation (66 years) time frame. Boths sides do have a lot to gain from an economic and political union.

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