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Submitted by Barbara Grantham-Martinez (United States), Mar 12, 2009 at 20:55

you are wrong about Benjamin Netanahuy. He will keep his promise.

He clearly understands what is at stake and will not bend to give more land for peace.

I have heard him speak many times and he has the "balls" unlike the others to do what is right...not to give in to UN or Palestinian pressure to give up more land. Look at what happened to Ariel Sharon...God's intervention to the bible where God states that Israel should not be divided. Know your bible sir.

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