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Comments from feedback form - "Israel does not attack Palesti..."014:24, 23 August 2011
Sinai Peace020:31, 21 August 2011

Comments from feedback form - "Israel does not attack Palesti..."

Israel does not attack Palestinians; they attack terrorists, who constantly try to kill Israelis as much as they can. Egypt, which knows it cannot attack Israel openly, supports these terrorists, as do other oil-rich arab nations. (talk)14:24, 23 August 2011

Sinai Peace

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Egypt never wanted peace with Israel, but the only way Egypt could get the Sinai back was to sign a peace treaty with Israel. After the peace treaty was signed, Egypt's president Anwar Sadat was assasinated by the same people that overthrew Hosni Mubarrack. Egypt receives billions upon billions of U.S. dollars in U.S. foreign aid. These people don't like or respect the U.S. Maybe it's time for them start to looking elsewhere for their aid. All the money that has gone in there could have helped our social security seniors here in the U.S. (talk)19:59, 21 August 2011