I have been striving to say this thought for a while, am glad to see some one has said it eloquently.
Wayne Padgette, "As someone who as visited the middle east, I have found friends among both the Arab populations and the Israeli. For the most part, the people themselves are easy to get along with, and the vastest majority of them do not concern themselves with the politics of their "leaders". However, those "leaders" have picked enough fights between each other... See More that it is relatively easy to sway people's opinions toward violence. It would be so wonderful if the average people (of both sides) there could rise up, overthrow their militant leaders, and begin discussing a real peace, the kind of peace the very same peoples enjoyed for many years up until the time that Rome destroyed the previously existing nations."
thank you Wayne.
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