Peace R Consequences?

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    Egypt election turns US policy on its head - Yahoo! News

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The election of an Islamist president in Egypt is turning longstanding U.S. policy in the Mideast inside out: The Obama administration is relieved that the candidate representing three decades of close partnership with the United States lost.

    The United States is now set to embrace a religious-based former opposition leader who does not share many U.S. goals, perhaps including the 30-year peace with Israel upon which U.S. policy in the region is based. The embrace won't be warm, and for the administration it will come with strings attached.

    Still, the administration is calling the election of Mohammed Morsi on Sunday a milestone in the transition to democracy.
     
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    "We judge individuals and parties that are elected in a democratic process by their actions, not by their religious affiliation.":eusa_whistle:

    The question remains: will morsi govern a free country or will he shoot himself in the foot?
     
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    I think that the power to the people will bring a stronger peace with Israel only if she allows the creation of a real Palestinian State and shares Jerusalem. Without that formula, the status-quo will turn ugly.
     
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    "The real palestinian state" is, of course, a non-viable bullshit. All their achievements since 1994 equal exactly a pile of manure. The international community should be busying itself with a humanitarian transfer of palistanians someplace else, instead.
     
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    I really find it incredible that right wing Zionists don't see the "handwriting on the Wall: The nascent democracies emerging in the middle east are going to be more powerful Economically, Politically, and Militarily...

    Egypt’s Morsi has already let it be known that he wants to forge a ME alliance with Iran to form a more equal military parity...I'm sure that the evolving alliances will do the same.

    They are not happy with US/Israeli homogeny and they will try to replace it...

    The handwriting is this...Make peace for a viable and honorable peace with the Palestinians or the undeclared War of Attrition will go into full swing and America is not going to fight for you.

    Democracies who have the Will of the people behind them are stronger Militarily because a cause is always stronger than the General’s bark!
     
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    Sounds as if nobody in "Palestine" wants a free state. It could be hazardous to their health.

    israel today | Israel News | Hamas revelation shows why Palestinian state is a bad idea - israel today | Israel News in Jesus' Hometown | Hamas revelation shows why Palestinian state is a bad idea &utm_campaign=daily newsletter email - 20120629

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    From your link:

    Was it an election? Was it a force of arms? Was it a coup?

    How can you take these clowns seriously when they can't decide how Hamas came to power?
     
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    The AIPAC friendly mass media has been drumming up support for a US destruction of Iran's nuke sites, however when the internet has conuter balanced its monopoly...Don'er foeget Tinmore the very parrots who instigated an attack on Iraq are still shilling...

    Americans are getting tired of these foreign wars and her only interts are the oil routes to Europe our Ward Economicaly.

    If Israel dodes not make a satisfactory peace deal soon, she will see the ME coalese into a Islamic unity and the sampson option will become obsolete. What Israel needs to do is bring Hamas into the talks...A real peace deal that would satisfy Israel's many enemies needs all siganatries.
     
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    Can't read - blame the writer, of course.
     
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    So when the elected government in office is reported to have a coup, that makes sense to you?:confused:
     

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