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Israel, the United States,the Arab World

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Submitted by Professor Richard Tomback (United States), Nov 8, 2013 at 22:01

Dear Dr Pipes,

The United States State Dept need only go back to Gamal Abd Al-Nasser he stated that he would never

recognize Israel, even it consisted only of Dizengoff Asuare in Tel Aviv. I submit to you that if the decision

makers in our country can't understand that those words, spoken many years ago still ring true.

Unfortunately, with some modification, they do not only ring true for the haters among Israel's and the Jewish people's local neighbors, but also some even witnin our government

Submitting....

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