„If we [are to] reach a situation of true peace, real peace, peace for generations, we will have to make painful concessions. Not in exchange for promises, but rather in exchange for peace.“

— Ariel Sharon, in: "Report: Sharon willing to make 'painful concessions," at cnn.com, April 2003 ([http://www.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/meast/04/13/sharon.settlements/ online)]

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