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Israel is the Palestinian state's greatest potential asset

Reader comment on item: Palestinian Descent into Chaos

Submitted by G E Mullings (Saint Kitts And Nevis), Jul 21, 2004 at 09:24

If the Palestinian Arabs can but overcome hate, they would be able to use their proximity to Israel as their greatest economic asset.

Of course, back in 1919, that was what Feisal Hussein of the Hejaz and Chaim Weizman agreed to, but hate overcame good sense back then . . .

As Kipling once wrote a poem, "IF . . ."

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