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How do we achieve victory?

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Submitted by Elisha Galon (Israel), Apr 5, 2006 at 09:27

With all due respect, and I have great respect for you, your statement - "I refrain from suggesting specific steps Israel should take in part because I am not Israeli" does not answer the question. We have won every war, totally destroyed Arab armies, killed or jailed thousands of terrorists - but they refuse to acknowledge defeat. We can't kill them all due to our own moral restraints and anyway the "world" would stop us. Exactly what would you suggest?
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