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What is Israel suppose to do to instead of appeasement?

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Submitted by Ara (United States), Dec 5, 2005 at 13:53

Just how will Israel achieve victory rather then retreating?

Israel's enemies are terrorists, and anti-semitism, those two things can not be defeated with high tech tanks and airpower with well trained infantry.

I understand why Israel is entitled to Jerusalem, but whether or not they stay in the West Bank, the Palestinian terrorists will keep coming so what difference does it make if the occupation of the West Bank continues or Ariel Sharon decides to unnilaterally withdraw from there tommorow?
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