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Is it hopeless?

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Submitted by Alexander (Canada), Jun 14, 2003 at 10:35

I always appreciate Pipes' clear-headed approach to the Mid-East problem. As much as I would deplore condoning bloodshed, I have to agree that only the defeat of hate-and-murder mongers (like Arafat/Abbas, bin Ladin, Sadam) can open a road tp peace.

Muslems around the world are suffering because of the damage such killers do to our own people. Actually, I am amazed that Israel has not fired a lot more missles at terrorist leaders. These so-called leaders are mad. Is there any question that the Arafats of the world are not mad? They must not prevail.

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