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Reader comment on item: Will Annapolis Renew the "Peace Process"?

Submitted by hyman peskin (Canada), Oct 10, 2007 at 22:06

I disagree with the statement that the peace process has not worked with respect to Egypt and Jordan.

Both nations have not not waged any military actions against Israel since peace treaties signed. And that is in total contradistinction to what occured in the past. Net effect is that many lives have been saved. Israel has been receiving much needed oil from Egypt and very mutually beneficial trade relations are in effect between Israel and Jordan.

One cannot predict what the present peace process will achieve. ,,, Why not wait and see the results before pre judging,

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