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Will Palestinian Prosperity End the Arab-Israeli Conflict?

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Submitted by Jeff (United States), Dec 30, 2005 at 14:39

Absolutely not. This conflict has been going on for 1400 years. It is the typical mindset of the "West" to solve a problem by throwing money at it. If Hammas and Islamic jihad had Penthouses, $1000 Shirts, and drove around in a brand new Mercedes, you would then have rich terrorists, nothing more.

This is a religious battle on the side of the Muslims, and "Appeasing" them with money, is not or ever will be, the answer.
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