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Reader comment on: Syria and the Shebaa Farms Dispute
in response to reader comment: From an Outsiders Point of View

Submitted by Samuel, Mar 15, 2009 06:26

Well said Rubicon .The age old legend says that there must be two parties in negotiations .We have one party Israel, who's the second party? The Arab League, during the recent Gaza conflict, made it clear that there are many dissenting voices in the Arab world, so who will be the unifying voice amongst them? The Iranian backed Shiites despise the Saudi Arabian backed Sunnis, the daily carnage in Baghdad, Basra, Mosul in Iraq and the cold blooded massacres in Islamabad Lahore and Karachi confirm this. Al Qaeda and the Taliban have their own agendas, the Alawites in Syria, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt ,more agendas, so maybe Mr. (thinks he knows all ) Carter can enlighten us in this respect.


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Sheeba Farms [98 words]

Samuel 

Mar 11, 2009 11:16

From an Outsiders Point of View [121 words]

Rubicon 

Mar 9, 2009 18:10

  ⇒ rubicon [121 words]

Samuel 

Mar 15, 2009 06:26

  Misery providing Enlightenment! Yeah, right! [172 words]

Rubicon 

Mar 16, 2009 13:42

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