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Submitted by robert fink (United States), Mar 28, 2006 at 18:32

I really don't consider it shunning victory as much as giving in, like america, looking for peace and tranquility in this word; of course that is just a dream. Israel is a winner in all of the world, except the arab world and that should not mean anything to israel. Israel has proven that it can and will defeat its enemies, a leason that should be taken by america. Compromising with ones enemies is not an option, but a foolish death sentence.
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