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Daniel is "right on"once again regarding Israel Shuns Victory

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Submitted by Allyson Rowen Taylor (United States), Mar 28, 2006 at 12:21

As usual, Daniel Pipes has analyzed Israel's situation, nailed it, and put in in language even non-Israel activists can understand. I only wish the Israeli people would read Daniel's editorials, and maybe learn a thing or two. In fact, Daniel should consider moving to Isreal, making aliyah, and running for Prime Minister! He would get my vote!
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