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Not much cause for hope

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Submitted by Ploni Almoni (United States), Mar 26, 2009 at 09:16

Mr. Pipes writes:

This offers cause for hope; indeed, were the 20 percent of Palestinians who accept Israel expanded to 60 percent, the Arab-Israeli conflict would close down.
Actually you need something a lot stronger. You need 60 percent, say, who not only accept Israel, but are both willing and able to wage a civil war if necessary to suppress the other 40 percent of Palestinians who would continue the armed struggle to liberate all of Palestine, from the river to the sea.
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