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Reader comment on item: Rethinking the Egypt-Israel "Peace" Treaty

Submitted by An Egyptian feeling disappointed (United States), Nov 21, 2006 at 17:07

None of the people here talked about the advantages Israel got by getting Egypt out of the equation - neutralize it. Could Israel invade Lebanon? Could Israel per the reaction of the Egyptian military forces every single time the Israeli government decided to hit here or there? That is happenting every single time getting close to elections if you follow the politics in Israel ..!!

I think you can get peace if you can act like one who love to have piece. you can not force people to love you, you can act with love then love comes. Do you ask for a government for Egypt who will force people to love Israel? how can a mother, wife, brother, sister, or a father feel about Israel when he lost one of his be-loved because of the Israeli need to expand their country? Someone here talking about the Oil fields of Egypt and how much Israel would made out of it...!!! is not that Stealing? is not one of the 10 commandments saying " Do not Steal"... be reasonable and ask for what can be realistically done and then ask people to do it


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