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Mr. Olmert Visits Washington

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Submitted by steven L (United States), May 19, 2006 at 16:19

Olmert spent all is life in Israel and would like to be bold (and ? courageous).

The world could appreciate his intentions for a peaceful resolution of this conflict but with fanatics the opposite may be the truth. Even if this conflict had the slightest chance to be resolved, it would be a drop in the see of blood that the Islamists (the Muslim world until proven otherwise) of all kinds want to impose on human kind.

And the world may not be interested!

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