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How is it possible

Reader comment on: We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land
in response to reader comment: Jimmy Carter

Submitted by Jan Freed (United States), Mar 19, 2009 01:56

How is it possible to ignore the context of the wall? Carter sides with my enemy. So, he is, then, my enemy. When he gives back his Georgia farm to the native americans he can ask for the right of Palestinian return. And not before.


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