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Standing with Steve Rosen

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Submitted by isaac (United States), May 5, 2009 at 13:10

I find myself on Mr Rosen's side. We as Jews cannot stand back and allow the Arabs or Obama's soft approach to Israel to endanger Israel or world Jewry. Peaceful co existence done fairly and civily is all Jews should want in Israel or any where they live. It is a shame Liberal minded Jews and non Jews alike cannot see or want to recognize that the present Arab leadership can not afford Peaceful Co existence because it will take their power and control of their people. They feel they must use violence and being liars and killers to control their people.

What harm would come from regognizing Israel? If the people of these Arab countries could be persuaded to stop spilling their own peoples blood and the Arab countries of the region would recognize that the Palestinians are fellow Arabs and accept them in their countries especially Jordan ,that has a large Palestinian population. There does not necessarily have to be An Arab state with in Israel. I do think if this could by some miracle happen there could be honest civil relations between all parties in the region.


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