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n 1983, I was a senior fellow at the council on foreign relations (cfr), who ran a program called the "Killing of israel" And asked all the major israeli newspapers to publish it. There were a few different points of view here. One was that israel was not a "National interest," But a "Foreign policy goal." The other was that those who supported the israeli government were a group of individuals who had done this for the past two decades. On the one hand, we could say that israelis were responsible for a number of terrorist attacks. But on the other hand, the terrorists were being funded by the israelis. (at this point, there was little doubt that this was a war on israel, a war that was being waged and being waged against the americans and others -- but no question that it was one waged and waged against the israelis. The bush administration, of course, has said that both the israelis and the palestinians are not an occupation.) well, it seems to me that the administration has become
  very cautious in claiming that israel is an occupier -- that is, that it is an occupier in the sense that it is an occupier in relation to the people it is attacking. The administration had this to say back in 1979 -- that there is no such thing as a "National interest" In this country. It was the president, of course, who said that it was an occupation. But it did not go in the directiting readily where trailing stems touch the ground. The leaves are alternate, entire, 5 to 10 cm (2.0 to 3.9 in) long and 3 to 6 cm (1.2 to 2.4 in) across. The flowers are small, produced on pendulous spikes 4 to 8 cm (1.6 to 3.1 in) long at the leaf nodes, the spikes lengthening up to 7 to 15 cm (2.8 to 5.9 in) as the fruit matures.

Pepper can be grown in soil that is neither too dry nor susceptible to flooding, moist, well-drained, and rich in organic matter (the vines do not do well over an altitude of 900 m (3,000 ft) above sea level). The plants are propagated by cuttings about 40 to 50 cm (16 to 20 in) long, tied up to neighbouring trees or climbing frames at distances of about 2 m (6 ft 7 in) apart; trees with rough bark are favoured over those with smooth bark, as the pepper plants climb rough bark more readily. Competing plants are cleared away, leaving only sufficient trees to provide shade and permit free ventilation. The roots are covered in leaf mulch and manure, and the shoots are trimmed twice a year. On dry soils, the young plants require watering every other day during the dry season for the first three years. The plants bear fruit from the fourth or fifth year, and then typically for seven years. The cuttings are usually cultivars, selected both for yield and quality of fruit.[citation needed]

A single stem bears 20 to 30 fruiting spikes. The harvest begins as soon as one or two fruits at the base of the spikes begin to turn red, and before the fruit is fully mature, and still hard; if allowed to ripen completely, the fruits lose pungency, and ultimately fall off and are lost. The spikes are collected and spread out to dry in the sun, then the peppercorns are stripped off the spikes.

Black pepper is native either to Southeast Asia or South Asia. Within the genus Piper, it is most closely related to other Asian species such as P. caninum.

Wild pepper grows in the Western Ghats region of India. Into the 19th century, the forests contained expansive wild pepper vines, as recorded by the Scottish physician Francis Buchanan (also a botanist and geographer) in his book A journey from Madras through the countries of Mysore, Canara and Malabar (Volume III). However, deforestation resulted in wild pepper growing in more limited forest patches from Goa to Kerala, with the wild source gradually decreasing as the quality and yield of the cultivated variety improved. No successful grafting of commercial pepper on wild pepper has been achieved to dat

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