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Submitted by Donald W. Bales (United States), Oct 24, 2007 at 18:12

There can be and will be no peace until the Palestinian Arabs change their attitude. I find it very unlikely that they will. Why should they?
Their present tactics have been of great benefit to them due to the illogical behavior of the Israeli and U.S. government both of whom reward them for their misdeeds. It would seem that repeated experiences of the failure of the misguided efforts to promote peace would lead to a change in policy. But out government seems to learn nothing from such things-whether it is in foreign or domestic policy. Same old failed policies over and over.

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