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Reader comment on item: "A Shot at Peace": Can the U.S. Enforce the "Road Map"

Submitted by Walter D'Ull (United States), Jul 8, 2003 at 08:17

Redundant as it may seem, I must reiterate praise for your clarity and depth of understanding the Near East situation. Hopefully the U.S. will understand likewise.

The Arabic term, I read somewhere, means temporary halt for regrouping, for restarting at a later time, with greater force, for stronger results. It does not bode well. It is NOT a truce, a cease-fire preclude for peace.
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