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Palestinain coercion

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Submitted by davod (United States), Jul 9, 2005 at 19:18

Dear Prof. Pipes:

The real crime in all this is that supposedly neutral third parties in the West Bank and Gaza spout forth the Palestinian line. I doubt very much if the Arab in the street appreciates the drastic drop in living standards which has taken place in Pastinian controlled areas since so-called Palestinians have taken control. Isn't it interesting that the 'government' entities have taken on all the trappings of a normal Arab state. The people in the street are extremely poor and repressed, all since Oslo.

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