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The Arabs must be trained not to hate and kill Jews

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Submitted by Michael S, Dec 11, 2016 at 05:37

Hi, Vadim

I don't believe there can be peace in Israel, until the Arabs stop hating and wanting to kill Jews. This has nothing to do with politics or territory: it is visceral, inculcated into the Arabs from their mother's womb. It will take a generation of careful Israeli control of the media, to wipe this out -- at the least. Until then, the Arabs can only be forced to behave through fear.

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