#169 Read The Quote of Peres Again Ron ... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tim R
    • 07.04.10 | 11:25 (IDT)

    ... and interpret it for yourself: "Israel views positively every initiative aimed at arriving at peace and normalization"(Peres - Israel's foreign minister in 2002) "It is also clear that the details of every peace plan must be discussed directly between Israel and the Palestinians"(Peres - Israel's foreign minister in 2002) What can you conclude from that? I conclude that he viewed the offer as a positive step and that he was happy to discuss the offer further. I also conclude, as I told you before, that Israel did NOT like ALL aspects of the plan, for example: The demand for the so called right of return, possibly of millions of enemies into Israel proper. And if you look at what happened subsequently, you will find that the plan became dormant because the Arabs were not willing to discuss the plan further. They in effect said: Take it or leave it as is. That is NOT a peace offer, that?s an ULTIMATUM! That's why there were no further discussions, Kapish Ron?

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    First published 23:30 04.03.10 | Last updated 13:00 08.03.10
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