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Reader comment on: Origins of the Palestinian Unilateral Declaration of Independence

Submitted by Ed Ezra (Botswana), Sep 22, 2011 02:54

I have been following events leading to Abbas' decision to go to the UN and apply for UDI, and descover that the man has run out of ideas. I agree with you that, its time for Abbas to retire. Your comment is very powerful and indeed had a good research on this topic.

My comment and also my decernment, is that no leader or country can succeed to disinherite Israel. That land is not like any other land on earth, it is the land God gave to the Jewish people. The nations will talk and gather, but they will reach noway.

The Palestinians, Arabs and the nations had their share to enter and come out of the land last 2000years and they did nothing to develop the land. Now its time for Israel to have their chance for the next 2000years, and we have only done just over 60years. Please, the nations must just understand that Israel has been patient for almost 2000years in diaspora.

Therefore, there is no state for Palestinians as long as God reighneth.


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Sep 23, 2011 08:55

⇒ Thy God Reighneth [177 words]

Ed Ezra 

Sep 22, 2011 02:54

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