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Is There Really Any Realistic Soluion the the Israeli-Palestinian Blood Feud?

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Submitted by kevin brehmer (United States), Mar 7, 2003 at 10:08

Mr. Pipes,

Is the Palestinian-Israeli blood feud not so complex, difficult, and deep that the only realistic policy is to separate these two groups from each other with a fence or wall for ten years or so?
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Daniel Pipes replies:

I don't think that is the solution. This, like all wars, must be won by one side.

DP

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