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    • joe
    • 30.05.11 | 14:32 (IDT)

    in 1967, there were no 'palestinian' lands or 'palestinians', for that matter. the un sc resolution 242 mentions israel withdrawal from 'territories' in exchange for peace with its neighbors, btw not 'palestinians'. yet, because no one wants these 'palestinians', they must have some sort of entity/state to run their own affairs. let's call it 'palestinian state' if they want so. but the borders of that state have nothing common with armstice line of 1967, they simply weren't around as a nation at the time. the only reason that the world is so much involved in this conflict is that it comes cheap- there is no real trouble is pressing israel into concessions. for the same reason, the same feel-good-about-themselves countries in europe and many liberals elsewhere are not that much interested in pressing for the kurdish state. some 30mil people would benefit from it, people that live in their undisputed lands for centuries, have distinct language and history and suffered a lot from their neighbors...

    from the article: Obama is letting Netanyahu off the hook
    First published 02:45 30.05.11 | Last updated 02:45 30.05.11
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