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A road map to never-never land

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Submitted by Carol Solfronk (United States), Jan 17, 2007 at 22:26

How can there be a road map to peace for Israel and the "Palestinians" when there is no such place as Palestine?

Obviously, these people involved in the road map don't read much history about the Romans and Israel. There never has been a Palestine, but everyone seems to be trying hard to believe there was. The land belongs to Israel--always has, always will. This is my opinion as a Southern Baptist Christain who supports the truth above all else.

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