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Ambassador Ross Speech Peace in the Middle East Ambassador Ross began his speech by first addressing the topic of War on Terrorism Ambassador Ross believes that in order for America to overcome September 11th events we must first understand that terror should not be taught or used in the battle over terrorism Ross also feels that networking and leadership must take place I agree with Rosss statement that America must learn from past-specialized forces used in the act of terrorism Ross believes that in order for the war on terrorism to be successfully won these strategies must take place After speaking on the topic of war on terrorism in America Ambassador Ross began his speech on the issue of peace between Israelians and Palestinians Ross first began by saying that in order to negotiate peace in the Middle East proper assistance must be provided Ross also believes that those involved must be ready for the psychological effects that will come about Ross states that war cant be fought left after right and that there must be a line of separation -peace- between each country Ross believes that the idea of peace not violence and terror should be each countries goal Ambassador Ross ultimately believes that in order for there to be peace in the Middle East peacemakers must go to these countries in order to prepare the public for changes about peace The key to this solution as stated by my Mr Ross is to reestablish negotiation based on faith and belief Mr Ross believes that the United States can ultimately provide the Middle East with new ideas and assistance with stopping violence in both countries I agree with Ambassador Rosss ideas Throughout his speech I feel that Mr Ross made a lot of great points In his argument for a solution for peace in the
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