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The Iranian Gambit in Gaza- When will elected officials learn not to negotiate with terrorists.

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), Feb 25, 2009 09:30

We have watched for years as America and Israel try to negotiate and talk sense to Hamas, Hezbollah, Ahmadinejad, Hussein, and many other leaders of the Arab nations.

Unfortunately freedom seems to make politicians complacent, and they keep negotiating with the same rhetoric that never gets anywhere. Safety brings complacency and I see alot of it in the United States. The US should have stayed out of Israel's business, especially when it comes to a nuclear armed Iran.

I wonder sometimes at the sanity of arab leaders who can't even get along among themselves, let alone try and make peace with other nations. There is such an ideology of hatred that clouds their thinking, and you wonder how these people survive in violence all their lives.


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⇒ The Iranian Gambit in Gaza- When will elected officials learn not to negotiate with terrorists. [126 words]

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Feb 25, 2009 09:30

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Samuel 

Mar 4, 2009 13:37

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