#186 David Teich just does not understand - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 28.03.07 | 13:56 (IST)

    "the simple fact that if the UN and the Quartet deal solely with the PA for both money and enforcing peace agreements" - Yes, David, the PA is responsible for infrastructure and internal security. It was from the moment it was mooted in the Olso agreement. Your point being??? The Mecca agreement determines who negotiates on behalf of the Pals at final status talks David. It is the Pals perogative to decide that - not the Quartet, not the USA, and certainly not zionist nitwit like you or Olmert. "Even ignoring the fact that the agreement specifies how the PLO/Hamas split the running of the PA" - IT DOES NOT SUCH THING. Strictly a matter between Fatah and Hamas. "the agreement specifies how the PLO/Hamas split the running of the PA, not in Hamas falling under the PLO`s auspices" Hahahah! You Have No Idea What You Are Talking About. Read It Again. It's flown right over your head, hasn't it?

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