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Israels next move? Wouldn't you like to know!

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Submitted by Seamus Dafydd Dives MacNemi (United States), May 24, 2011 at 01:11

While everybody has been spending so much time whining for the poor Palestinians life goes on as if they never existed. Palestinians will become more and more irrelevant both as a people and a cause celebre once there is real peace in the Middle East. If truth be known the Palestinians have squandered every chance they have been given to improve their lives for the false hope of destroying israel. They are totally incapable of building a viable state in Israel or anywhere else for that matter so it doesn't matter what Israel does the plight of the Palestinians will not change. They will always be a subject people living off somebody elses largess. It is far better for them to live under Israeli rule than under an Islamic state. Under Israeli rule they at least have some hope for a future if they will take advntage of it. That can only happen if they give up their foolish notion of an independent state.

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