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what are they getting out of any agreement for peace?

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Submitted by CanadianChris (Canada), Nov 24, 2006 at 11:49

With the money and weapons smuggling that is going on to support Israel's detractors, there has to come a point where Israel realizes that amicable relations are only an illusion to hide efforts to destroy Israel. Egypt is showing a traitorous approach to the peace process. Israel is literally surrounded by people groups that are finding cohesiveness to work together for the destruction of Israel. Bold steps are being required to clearly delineate what will be tolerated and what will not.

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