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Submitted by Vic Coffey (United States), Jan 17, 2003 at 06:28

I believe a lot of the problem still lies with militant Islam. How do you make an agreement with a people who take religious delight in breaking them? They ... make agreements while they are weak, then come back and defeat those with whom they made a treaty when they are strong. Much of the motivation for the violence comes from outside Palestine. .. I think the land should be annexed as the spoils of war! Don`t reward the terror with a state that has never exsisted in all history! If we do, they will just move their holy-war elsewhere!
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