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Caveat Viator - The 'Road Map to Peace' Does Not Have the Blessing of Israel's Prince of Peace

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Jun 3, 2009 at 19:37

As prognosticated elsewhere, the newly refreshed exuberance of the local 'Palestinian' governing body has all the sense of excitement at the newfound favor from the current American presidency pressing for a 'Palestinian' state, like finding a precious stone in the mud. Except that when uncovered, it is not the authentic stone expected, but a counterfeit. So it is that when the PA member M. Abbas thinks he is getting closer to a 'Palestinian' West Bank and it does not transpire, his disappointment will be read by others of a not-so-kindly state of mind, who will resort to other actions in an attempt to expel Israel from possession of her land.

If anyone has a hard time wondering why Israel is not going to surrender Israeli land, read the true prophet Jeremiah; chapters 30 and 31 would be a good place to reflect upon while contemplating how the American administration will need to back pedal after making presumptive and inequitable requirements of Prime Minister Netanyahu in order to obtain favor from the current American presidency, the same way that favor is being peddled to the 'Palestinian' governing body.
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