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July 11, 2007 10:29


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Question #34
Both Jerusalem and Damascus say they want to prevent war, and yet are preparing for an attack by the other side and escalating their rhetoric. What are the chances that a war nobody claims to want would actually erupt? If a war is coming, how can it be prevented? Contributors: (read it all or click on name to read post; link to writer's most recent column follows entry) Yaakov Katz Calev Ben-David Daniel Pipes Amotz Asa-El Jonathan Tobin Yaakov Katz:

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