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Reader comment on item: Middle East Debate: Should Washington Actively Promote an Israeli-Palestinian Peace Settlement?

Submitted by daniel (Australia), Dec 8, 2005 at 06:51

they should just have 1 big war. whoever wins, wins, and gets to keep the state. thats what happenes in wars, u lose, and u lose the land...tough luck. i'm sure israel would win, so what are they waiting for. the arabs should go and live with their neighbours. if the jews were in the palestinians shoes, they would go to their neighbouring countries, which would be all jews, and live there. what are the palestininas wating for.
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