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Submitted by Alana (Canada), Jul 19, 2014 at 19:53

I'm glad Mr. Pipes mentioned the slaughter in Syria. If Egypt does "take over"as he suspects might happen in 15 years of so we may have the faintest whisper of a hope of peace. Now, and with Isis poised to pounce it certainly looks grim.

Israel doesn' have the luxury of spending too much energy on hasbara or public opinion of the rest of the world. Israel must fight for survival and this may remain her fate for years to come.

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