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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

The death of the Israel-Palestine two-state solution brings fresh hope | Rachel Shabi | Comment is free | The Guardian

The death of the Israel-Palestine two-state solution brings fresh hope | Rachel Shabi | Comment is free | The Guardian

Having been an observer of the political development and its ups and down of this particular Israel-Palestinian dispute for the last four decade, found nest of vipers that exist and would never allow this dispute to end.
In search of water in the sand from time to time, we puffed our chest with hope but every time it turned out to be nothing but a mirage. Let it be clear that so long people with deep longing to avenge the Holocaust on the entire world community of nations is highly a wishful thinking. Thus, this dispute would remain unresolved for long time.
Israel's greatest mistake is the selection of its enemy, which would be very difficult for it to over ride so easily. Scholars thought the concerned Israel’s political leaders would have known that and not be so sanguine about the victory, because the ultimate would not go unchallenged whatever may be the result of the world. Israel had better remember avenging Holocaust of the Jew community with another Holocaust on the world community of nations would only prove that Adolf Hitler may have been right for all that he did. The world community of nations would not like Israel to shoot its own foot to prove Hitler's acts to be right
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