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    • Johnboy
    • 27.02.07 | 07:27 (IST)

    "Okey. How about the Palis?? They do not exsept Israel with any borders" The PLO accepted the right of Israel to exist within the 67 borders in 1993, and that recognition is binding on THEM. The PLO position *IS* the Palestinian position, TOMY; they are the only organization recognized to negotiate on behalf of the Palestinians, and have been since 1993. The PA isn't. Hamas isn't. Hamas might argue about recognizing Israel. Hamas might declare that they will never accept a negotiated treaty that recognizes Israel. Hamas might say that they will fight a civil war before they allow such a peace treaty to be signed. They may go that far. But if they do they are acting in the role of a spoiler - an OUTSIDER in the negotiations - coz their status within the Palestinian Authority gives them no right to actually sit down with Israel and negotiate an end of this conflict. That's the PLO's job, and they already recognize Israel within the 1967 borders.

    from the article: Peace Now report: 21 settlements annex land from nature reserves
    First published 00:00 26.02.07 | Last updated 00:00 26.02.07
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