Perhaps MJ is right!

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    The Israel/Palestine conflict is now over 64 years old and 15,000-20,000 "Palestinians" have died as a result of the conflict, a figure which includes about 10% who died in intra-"Palestinian" fighting. The conflict continues.

    In just 10 days in September 1970, 3,400-5,000 "Palestinians" died in conflict with the Jordanian armed forces. Since then casualties in Jordan have been minimal.

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    I cannot help but reflect on such stupidity. Since the beginning of the Cast Lead Operation,6,371 palestinians have died and they have not surrendered yet, What are you suggesting Sayit, maybe the IDF should stop dicking around and kill more of them faster, Is that what you really want. Maybe they could form their own eitzengruben squads, is that what you want. You like the feel of blood on your hands.
     
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    You could certainly read it that way, Princess.
    Do you believe I want the IDF to quit dicking around and just kill 'em all or do you think I'm pointing out the fact that since 1948, 14,000-20,000 Arabs have died as a result of the conflict, including about 10% from intra-Arab fighting, while 3,400-5,000 died in just 10 days in Jordan? :D
     
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    It is regrettable that the one & only lasting peace ever achieved from the Palestinians was king Hussein's Black September. Actually estimates go as high as 20,000 dead Palestinians befor Jordan finally communicated with the Palestinians for this lasting peace.

    I sincerely hope the Palestinian terrorists will not push Israel to have to communicate with the Palestinian terrorists like Jordan had to do for a lasting peace. However, I truly believe that history has proven Israel's Zionist agenda of peace offerings, a security fence & land concessions has only provoked & fueled even more hatred, violence & deaths to both the Israeli's & Palestinians. Shame on Israel for doing this to the Palestinians. Is there ANYONE who disagrees that Israel's approach can only extend this already endless conflict? This entire Zionist agenda has to go. When will Israel ever learn? LET THERE BE PEACE ALREADY





     
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    MJB12741, SAYIT, et al,

    I can agree in part. But I also see a need for the Palestinians to get their act together. This is not a one-way street.

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    As harsh as this may sound, I don't believe the numbers are a significant issue. But I do believe that "MJB12741's" call (LET THERE BE PEACE ALREADY) is the primal objective.

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    • Who can speak for the Palestinians?

    • What is the criteria for peace?

    • Will the Palestinians hold the peace? (Can they be trusted? OR! Will some splinter group continue the fight?)

    Most Respectfully,
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    So true. Israel is not entirely to blame for this endless ongoing conflict, only mostly for trying to placate the Palestinians. No country ever established peace from Palestinians by giving in to Palestinian demands. All this does is create even more Palestinian demands as the surrounding Arab countries so well know. And that is why they have had to massacre their Palestinians over & over again & leave tens of thousands of them as refugees & still refuse to grant any right of return to their Palestinians back to their indigenous homelands.



     
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    Only if & when when Israel ends the occupation by finding an incentive to offer the Arab countries to grant their Palestinians a right of return back to their indigenous homelands will there be a lasting peace for Israeli's & Palestinians.
     
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    Only when Israel decides to offer a meaningful peace deal to the arabs will there ever be peace in the ME. If i were the Israelis, I'd make it before Iran nukes up. Just saying.
     
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    Don't worry, Ima. Before Iran can get nuked up she will get nuked down. Just sayin'. :D
     
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    Do you think that perhaps the losing rebellion has brought change to Jordan? After all the present King's mother is a Palestinian. Was it coincidental or a result of that carnage?
     

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