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"Where To Go from Gaza?"

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Submitted by steven L (United States), Jun 29, 2006 at 21:45

What is mind boggling is the fact that each country sees its own terror problem in a myopic way which benefits the savages.

Why can't they get together and define a unified approach to eliminate terrorism. It is like a cancer that is allowed to grow and create havoc and destruction all over.

We look like morons and the terrorists take advantage of it.

And the liberal democracies put more road blocks benefiting the terrorists.

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