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How israel can survive

Reader comment on item: What will the future political landscape look like in Israel in the aftermath of the Winograd report?

Submitted by skydiver (United Kingdom), May 28, 2007 at 17:35

In my opinion

Israel as a country may not survive much longer

Because the goverment / population havent given itself a vision to aim for. It is only defending itself and trying to stand still in a rising tide of international opposition to its existence. And so israel as a whole is going backwards.

The vision of its future may be to be the cleverest ,strongest ,technical society. With a new written USA style constitution and possibly the right to bear arms, This may only be done by a new ,young, vibrant ,leadership with Israel`s survival at all costs as its clear objective.

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