February 4, 2013

Israel Must Learn to Live with Arab Neighbors

Emanuel Rosen, Ynet News

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The naive desire in Israel to see an Arab-free Middle East cannot dictate policy. We live in a dangerous and hostile neighborhood, and in this neighborhood we must learn to swim with the current, not only against it, and interpret reality in a mature way.

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TAGGED: Hezbollah, Middle East, Syria, Israel

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