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A wiser Bibi?

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Submitted by Larry B. (United States), Mar 11, 2009 at 18:14

I believe that Bibi will be stronger for Israel this time around, and not be led astray by trying to appease the U.S. and nato while dealing with the mitilancy of hamas and others in the area. He has learned from past experiences that giving up land for peace, (even when pressured by the U.S.) does not work.

May he be strong in dealing with the militants, and not cave in to those who would partition Israel into hamas land, fatahland and whatever.

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