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Frustrations of a Self-Induced Nature - Why the World Should be Wary of the New Muslim Revolution

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), May 4, 2011 at 18:23

And there we have an idea of how 'democratic reforms' within a fundamentalist Muslim mindset can work to an advantage that the 'Palestinians' can model. It is exactly the message that we can be expected to hear about as this year wends its way to a U.N. General Assembly Resolution once again condemning Israel for wanting security within its own borders. Does anyone else think that the 1967 borders mean anything at all to the 'Palestinian' mindset that desires nothing less than the erasure of Hebrew names in the Middle East?

But the last sentence is the most telling, and the most that the world's global mentality should shy away from. Violation of Israel's sovereignty, which is what this is exactly being directed to, will have a cost that far exceeds what the world thought it might pay for peace at Israel's expense. Not even America will be able to defend against that one.

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