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You do not give a kid - the Arabs - a candy and hope he does not ask for more!

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Submitted by NuritG, Dec 21, 2016 at 23:25

That should have been the rule of the conflict game from day one, from the day the Arab decided to converge on Jews! But Leftism in Israel took over the common sense with disastrous moves, like the Oslo Accords with its infamous "Peace Process", the Gaza unilateral disengagement and concession after concession. You do not give a kid - the Arabs - a candy and hope he does not ask for more!

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