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May 19th, 2011
01:55 PM ET
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  1. unclejim

    When is killing justified for land issues
    Israel right to the land aquired during the 1967 war which was started by the Arab nations is like the US keeping all the land aquired from Mexico during the Mexian American war
    What would the US do if Mexico started a daily bombing and killing US civilians because it wanted its land back.
    Let's get real
    I am a person who believes any nation should be held accountable for doing that which is illegial,but I also believe
    Israel has a right to live safely and without fear of bombs killing their people
    UJ

    May 20, 2011 at 9:35 am |
  2. James

    When Russia wanted to place nuclear weapons in Cuba, The U.S. objected, mainly because Cuba's threat proximity to the United States.
    Didn't we almost go to war over this crisis? I believe so, we felt very strongly about this issue.

    So why is threat proximity important to the U.S., but not allowed to be Important to Isreal? Israel, after all, gets attacked on a daily basis by people who may or maynot want their land back.

    If bordering countries stopped attacking Israel for 10 years, maybe Israel would consider giving back their land as a good gesture.

    I wish we could all just get along!

    May 21, 2011 at 9:55 am |
  3. Kathy

    Hi Melody,I enjoyed your video very much. My mom aawlys told me, every dark cloud has a silver lining and storms will pass. I'm holding on to that in times of despair or when things aren't going well. Dolly Parton puts it this way If you want a rainbow you've got to put up with the rain. All the Best,Ilka

    March 24, 2012 at 11:58 am |

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