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Submitted by Menahem Dunsky (Canada), Jan 12, 2005 at 08:47

My compliments on an erudite article.

The comparison between Abbas and Stalin is apt.

Abbas is Arafat "In Sheep's Clothing".

Finally, this paragraph sums up the entire excellent article:
"For Mr. Abbas, it is 1930. He understands the need to cool things down. As someone who can realistically appraise circumstances and quietly respond to them, he is potentially a far more formidable enemy to Israel than the one-note, blindly violent, and flamboyantly evil Arafat."
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