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OPINION
October 5, 2008
Re "Calderon in a corner on drug battle," Oct. 1 The Times failed to mention the one option that would actually work: The legalization of all the drugs the cartels deal in. Law enforcement didn't eliminate the alcohol cartels in 1933 -- the re-legalization of alcohol did. The metaphorical war on drugs cannot be won. Who is going to surrender and sign the peace treaty? Kirk Muse Mesa, Ariz.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 18, 1990
In response to Graham E. Fuller's column "Steal Iraq's Thunder on 'Linkage' " (Commentary, Dec. 10): Fuller has an excellent point. This is an opportune time to arrange a peace treaty in the Middle East. I agree with his general thinking with additions: Since Jordan has more than half of its population as Palestinians, another million or more would make little change there. This would give Israel more assurance of peace, if the West Bank and Gaza Arabs were accepted in Jordan. I'm sure Israel would help with the prosperity of Jordan if this could be arranged.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 27, 2001 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Saad Mourtada, Egypt's first ambassador to Israel, has died in the United States. He was 78. Mourtada, who died Monday at a nursing home in Falls Church, Va., had been suffering from prostate cancer, the Washington Post reported. He became ambassador to Israel in 1979 after his country and Israel signed a historic peace treaty the same year. He was recalled in 1982 after reports of the massacre of Palestinian refugees in Israeli-occupied West Beirut.
WORLD
July 16, 2013 | By Batsheva Sobelman
JERUSALEM -- Egypt is sending more troops into Sinai to quell militant activity in the demilitarized area, according to Israeli officials who have veto power over such troop movements under the peace treaty between the two countries. According to Israeli reports , the additional forces include two infantry battalions to be deployed near the towns of Arish and Raffah in the peninsula's northern tip. The move followed a recent attack in Sinai, where militants fired rocket-propelled grenades at a bus carrying workers, killing three people.
NEWS
June 5, 1994 | LUCILLE RENWICK
Niaela Smith lightly touches the fingernail-sized scar from the bullet that grazed her right temple, a permanent reminder of the violence that has plagued the housing projects of Watts. Smith was riding in a car driven by a gang member when a rival gangster drove up alongside and started shooting. But that's part of life in the projects, Smith said. "Whether you hung with gangs or not, you always had to watch your back, because even if somebody wasn't trying to get you, you could end up taking a bullet meant for someone else, by accident," said Smith, 23. At least, that's the way it was before Bloods and Crips factions in Watts laid down their AK-47s and 9-millimeter pistols in 1992 and pledged an end to wanton killings, some say. "I love the peace treaty," said Smith, whose two younger brothers are Grape Street Crips.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 13, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
William Ezra Jenner, a senator second only to Joseph McCarthy in his wide-ranging denunications of what he said were the "communist dupes" in the Truman Administration, has died in a hospital here. Jenner, a Republican who represented Indiana in the Senate from 1946 until 1958, was 76. A spokesman for Dunn Memorial Hospital said the retired senator had been unconscious since Feb,. 28 and suffered respiratory problems. He died Saturday night. Jenner, who once branded President Harry S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1995
Re "His Korean War Lasted a Lifetime," June 23: K. Connie Kang's story about Chang-Ho Cho, the first South Korea POW to escape from North Korea after 43 years of ordeal in that country, though truly amazing, is but one of innumerable accounts of Korean tragedies emanating from the Korean War of 1950-53. As was pointed out in the story, the Korean peninsula is still technically under war since a peace treaty to end the war has never been signed, thus indefinitely prolonging all sorts of human agonies resulting from the war. If a peace treaty had already been signed, it would have ended the ordeal of Chang-Ho Cho along with many other untold Korean tragedies.
OPINION
October 6, 2011 | By Scott MacLeod
Egyptians have hardly noticed as the 30th anniversary of Anwar Sadat's death approached this week. It isn't only because they're too busy with ongoing political protests and labor strikes as the country zigzags toward democratic elections. They just don't care. To the young people who made the January 25 "revolution" in Tahrir Square, Sadat is a figure from a distant past. If they think of him at all, many are quick to curse him for making peace with Israel. There is little regret or grief over his assassination by Islamic extremists at a military parade in a Cairo suburb on Oct. 6, 1981.
NEWS
May 31, 1988 | From Reuters
Belgium and the Colombian province of Boyaca have formally ended a war declared by a lovesick general 121 years ago, with nary a bullet fired. Gen. Jose Santos Guttierez went home from studies at the Belgian university of Louvain with a broken heart after a local girl rejected his love. Seeking vengeance on her country, he declared war on Belgium in 1867 as soon as he became ruler of then-independent Boyaca.
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