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Agreed: there will be peace only when the "Peace 'process'" is dead

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Submitted by Abu Nudnik (Canada), Oct 10, 2007 at 18:49

It's a vampire: it needs a stake through its heart. Peace is not a "process," it's a condition of amity or at least tolerance and acceptance. This is nowhere in sight and won't be no matter what concessions Israel agrees to.

Pushing the Palestinians into Jordan, closing down the UNWRA agency and sending all Palestinians to their homeland: JORDAN, as Senator Brownback backs, is the way to go.

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