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Tourists favor Bethlehem over Jerusalem     Danny Sadeh, Ynetnews
1. i hope to visit someday
The city of David. I will see it before i die. G-d willing
sean green ,   pasadena usa   (01.30.13)
2. This is the way
I am so happy to read news like this. Cooperation. Solidarity. Prosperity is the key to solve this conflict. Palestinians and Israelis are desperate for peace and cooperation. I hope tourism can work as a powerful bridge to unite both peoples. Salam. Shalom.
Sarah B. ,   U.S.A./Israel   (01.30.13)
3. Tourism from India
India is a pro Israeli country. There are also more Christians in India than there are Jews in the world. Israel could benefit by promoting tourism from India.
American Hindu ,   USA   (01.30.13)
4. #2 Not my post
Please,,,,,,,,,,this is not my post nor my sentiments.
Sarah B. ,   U. S.A./Israel   (01.30.13)
5.  # 5
Dont worry Sara, we understood immediately that it was not your post. It was positive, with hope ,did not spit out hate and anti Pal propaganda.
S. Holmes ,   Baker St London.   (01.30.13)
6. Beit Lechem is Israel
We must liberate our town that was wrongly handed over to our enemies. These mistakes are not permanent, we can go back and claim our homeland.
Chaim Ben Kahan ,   Efrat, Israel   (01.30.13)
7. Bethlehem
If people like Chaim continue to talk like this about our "enemies" and taking back land, we have no chance of ever living in peace... Chaim do you really want to be at war for ever?
Liz   (01.31.13)
8. Very please but did Abu-Aita have permission
from the PA to be at this conference, to talk to Israelis? There was a report a few days ago that the PA has banned individual businessmen from direct access to Israel.
Jrebecca ,   modiin   (01.31.13)
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