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Maen Areikat

Forced peace vs. just peace

By Maen Areikat
August 2, 2006

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SUNDAY'S tragic death of more than 50 civilians, mostly children, in Israeli military strikes on the Lebanese village of Qana exposed a simple but uncomfortable truth for the Bush administration: Relying on Israel's overwhelming use of force to prepare the conditions for peace will exacerbate, not resolve, the Middle East's conflicts. Already Hezbollah has vowed to retaliate by sending rockets ... (Full article: 793 words)

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