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Can I say something that dissonates from the above?

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Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Jul 5, 2008 at 01:42

I read all analysis and the ones that touched me best, were Dr. Pipes, Mr. Emerson's and Bryen's one touched especially by the citation: "...peace not is an aberration"....

According to the interviewed, Ones see which line the Momentum prefers. The interviewed were consonant, however, what I do not understand is the sequence of words in the question, b/c somehow, by already having seen a similar manner before, is Momentum making any allusion to the infamous leftist movement "Peace Now" that totally dissonates from the above path?

Read again: If Not PEACE NOW (Shalom Akhshav), what?

And, Peace now heavily advocates the two state "solution" with a lot of abidance to Arab Israelis terrorists (Palestinians) and the two states "solution" (final solution against Israel, of course- although they are not aware of).

They could have written: If Not Now Peace, (then) when?

If Not Peace Now, when?

(absence of proper capital letter): If not peace now, what?

The disposition of the words concerns me...

Submitting....

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