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Use brakes, not gas.

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Submitted by Carol Mizrahi (United States), May 6, 2002 at 10:35

"The Oslo Accords were a Trojan horse; the strategic goal is the liberation of Palestine, from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea." (Faysal Al Husseini, P.A., Minister for Jerusalem Affairs, in his last interview before his death, as quoted in Al Arabi, daily newspaper, Egypt, June 24, 2001).

You're right, of course, and anyone who thinks otherwise has got his/her head down a hole. Only a strong Israel, stiff-necked and uncompromising when it comes to its security, will survive.

Carol Mizrahi,
Champaign, IL
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