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Jimmy Carter's Plan for Peace

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

When he was President, Jimmy Carter helped bring about a peace agreement between Israel and Egypt. Now, nearly 30 years later, he’s focusing on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, the Nobel Peace Prize winner tells us what he believes must be done to achieve permanent peace in the Middle East.

Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid is available for purchase at amazon.com

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Comments [1]

Audrey from Florida

I have a new admiration for President Carter. I had forgotten he was the one that negotiated the peace agreement between Irael and Egypt or that he was a Nobel Peace prize winner. People need to be reminded of the good things he has done

Thank you, Jimmy Carter.

People, including myself have not given him the praise he deserves and, instead he is constantly criticized.

However I so despise Obama!!!!!!! I hate that Carter is on his side because, he is aiding Obama and helping him, further become, Not, our future President but, our dictator in Chief and we need to be protected from this future dictator. P.S. Hitler achieved power by his enabling act, Obama is gaining powers by his excutive powers to make constant mandates on Americans even ones we hate.

May. 01 2012 12:01 PM

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