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You know, the irony of your situation is not lost on me. I just don't think it's very productive to get into a pissing match about whose people had been there longer or who took what from whom.
Yes, I've been to Egypt a couple of times. Once on business while in the service and once to take the Paragon on a cruise. Egypt was a stop on an otherwise wonderful itinerary out of Rome on board the Costa Concordia. As you can probably tell, I was never very comfortable in Egypt. When you evacuate the occupied territories you'll want to avoid it and try Turkey instead. Turkey's a lovely place with warm, friendly people and an amazing landscape. Plus, they've been secular long enough that it isn't all F'd in the A.
I'll make you a deal Ahmad. I'll only speak about the years I've personally witnessed and you speak about what you've seen with your own eyes. That way we won't get all tangled up with what we know from experience are two different histories for the exact same place at the exact same time.
So tell me, do you want Abbas to succeed in upgrading your status at the UN or would you still rather gut him and leave him out for the buzzards?
I understand it's ghetto, but it has a very rich culture and history.
Next time we evacuate it will be to our graves. We learned our lesson. Twice.
Of course I want Abbas to succeed at the UN, but we know how it's going to end.