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Submitted by ed friedman (United States), Dec 23, 2009 at 21:32

the overwhelming egyptians and saudis do not favor israel even in a srike against iran and do not favor living with a jewish state. one should not hold their breath for any constructive policy changes from any minority in our lifetimes. further, israel must satisfy its own interests and not the interests of the saudis or the egyptians. the latter need to work things out one way or the other with the iranians. america should not get involved. the arabs need to stew in their own mess.

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