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 Shimon Peres - “In many ways, this is more of a warning than a military operation. It is a warning to Arafat, telling him 'Take the situation into your own hands and respond to the real problems,' ... Larry King Live.”
 Shimon Peres - “distinguish between the people involved in terror and people who are trying to live their daily life.”
 Shimon Peres - “He taught me literature, and he actually taught me how to read. He was my personal mentor.”
 Shimon Peres - “We will know how to continue Israel's policy ... to continue Ariel Sharon's policies.”
 Shimon Peres - “He is speaking about a policy which is similar to the one that Gandhi and Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr. adopted, ... And if the Palestinians will follow suit, will take those leaders and their policies as an example, they will win much more than by using arms, believe me.”
 Shimon Peres - “I don't think that any of us have a better alternative and all of us believe if the Mitchell plan collapses we will be left without an alternative.”
 Shimon Peres - “We make a peace appeal to the nuclear officials of Iran and urge them to abandon their nuclear intrigues.”
 Shimon Peres - “I do believe his visit can have an impact on the peace process as well.”
 Shimon Peres - “It is impossible to administer peace or negotiations until terrorists are disarmed. We must quash the terror at its roots.”
 Shimon Peres - “Peace is something that needs continuous cultivating and unending dialogue, ... At Oslo it was agreed to clarify all the issues by way of dialogue at the negotiating table, without the interference of terror and violence, and that is the way to act.”
 Shimon Peres - “It is impossible to administer peace or negotiations until terrorists are disarmed, ... We must quash the terror at its roots.”
 Shimon Peres - “In my eyes it's not a problem of parties but a problem of peace -- how to create a strong coalition for peace.”
 Shimon Peres - “My goal is to make peace and it doesn't matter with which party.”
 Shimon Peres - “Upon my return I shall announce it. In my eyes it's not a problem of parties but a problem of peace -- how to create a strong coalition for peace.”
 Shimon Peres - “Football is a great contributor to the peace process, ... I think all of us are coming here with one message and that is peace has a future.”
 Shimon Peres - “What he started will never be forgotten and we shall continue to act in the same way until we shall achieve the most noble goal of our life, and that is peace among ourselves and our neighbors.”
 Shimon Peres - “We came in as a wind of peace and we are determined to do so, ... We didn't come in for power and we didn't come in for cover. We came in for a new initiative, and we are very serious and very determined to achieve it.”
 Shimon Peres - “walk the last piece of the road for peace.”
 Shimon Peres - “When it becomes a bloody reality, we have to come together and look at what can be done to return to the order of peace, ... There is no alternative to it.”
 Shimon Peres - “It's the first time that Saudi Arabia has taken an open position that calls for peace,”
 Shimon Peres - “The demand today is about an international intervention, not a foreign presence, and about a large force. That changes the picture, ... I don't think they will be able to bring peace. Peace will result from direct talks.”
 Shimon Peres - “Israel is determined to bring an end to the violence and bring a beginning to peace, ... Actually, we'd like to end violence as soon as possible because we're interested to start the negotiation at the earliest possible date.”
 Shimon Peres - “He was a visionary, a believer in peace. He supported it, dreamed of it and fought for it, ... With his passing, we lose one of the most experienced and wisest leaders that this region has enjoyed in the last half century.”
 Shimon Peres - “They're endangering every attempt to build a block of peace again, ... This reduces very much the necessary trust for going back and negotiating with the responsible party.”
 Shimon Peres - “We will continue (the peace process) together.”

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