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Palestinian Terror Will Continue Indefinitely

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Submitted by Stanley Yarkin (United States), May 21, 2002 at 22:07

With all the aid from the UN, US, EU and other Arab and Muslim countries, it seems to me that the Palestinians can go on fighting forever. Maybe not suicide bombings, because this has had a negative propaganda effect, but their other forms of terrorism can continue indefinitely, especially when disagreement among US Jews, e.g., Barney Frank, New Republic writers and editors, Peace Now (now advertising) etc., suggest giving in to the Palestinians.
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