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How Israel can win!!

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Submitted by HARRAK (Canada), Apr 4, 2006 at 21:19

...by abiding by the UN decrees and international law, Israel can avoid losing too much. By doing otherwise, they will find yesterday baby has become a man..and by then, the UN will have no moral authority. Beware the rules of the game have greatly changed! even the old guards have realized the danger and gave up more than half of the dream of great Israel..It is sad for some people to see that dream boilling to make a hot tea in a palestinian refuge camp..vision goes on..
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