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For how long can TRUTH be ignored?

Reader comment on item: Does Israel Need a [Peace] Plan?

Submitted by Salomon Benzimra (Canada), Feb 2, 2003 at 16:21

Excellent article in that it describes clearly all the options currently available to diplomats.

However, there should come a time, preferably sooner than later, when diplomats on all sides face the TRUTH: historic truth; geographic truth. When this happens (I have a dream!), sound foundations for a lasting peace will finally come out of the deep fog which Arab propaganda has nurtured for over thirty years in its myth-building campaign aimed at the destruction of the Jewish state.

For another view of what the "Road Map" should achieve, please see:
http://www.iact.ca/views.php?view_id=447

Regards.
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