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in response to reader comment: send back israel to its orginal boundaries prior to 1967

Submitted by myth (Germany), Feb 22, 2010 at 13:55

syed, the generation of my grandfathers lost a lots of terrority in WW2 in a war they started. Do you suggest Germany should reclaim the borders of 1942 ? Nobody in Germany reclaims the terrority lost in WW2. Nobody is shooting rockets across the polish border or explodes cars in Moscow. The war ended for Germany in 1945 with surrender. The palestine supporters can end their war today, with unconditional surrender I recommend.

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