I have interviewed a lot of reality personalities. Some have been around for a long time, and some are new to the spotlight. I have liked most and loved a couple, but never have I spoken with one who truly changed me. Not in star struck way, but in an authentic and heartfelt way. ...
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Yasser Arafat is the one who gains the most from the Geneva understandings. The State of Israel is the prime loser.
During the past months, and especially after the acceptance of President Bush's "road map" to peace, Arafat was urged finally to take concrete and serious steps...