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Say nay to the naysayers.

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Submitted by hyman peskin (Canada), May 17, 2009 at 12:41

My suggestion is to avoid prejudging. None of us has a crystal ball with a hundred percent accurate view of the future of the mideast. . There have been numerous occasions in the past when pro- Israelis have been wrong in their perceptions of Arab intentions. The Israeli-Jordanian entente is an example and possible template of good relations with a yet to be created Palestinian state. What is certain is the status quo is untenable for all parties concerned. Most Israelis would much rather live in a more stable enviroment.

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