And THAT portion of Khartoum states this: 1) Our PRESENT policy is the 3 no's 2) Israel's PRESENT policy is the occupation of our land 3) Our desire is to see Israel leave that occupied land 4) Israel's desire is to see us change our policy towards her 5) Since (a) We want her OUT and (b) she wants us to CHANGE OUR POLICIES then (c) we insist that we will not be changing our policy towards her UNTIL SHE HAS WITHDRAWN FROM OUR TERRITORY. That is *not* the same thing as saying they will *never* change that policy. It is purely and simply the mirror image of ISRAEL'S demand that SHE won't withdraw from occupied territory until THEY change their policy towards her first. Both pig-headed. Both intransigent. But they are the two sides of the one coin, and either both of them contradict Res 242, or neither of them do.
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