#6 Clickfool's farsightedness - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 28.06.07 | 18:50 (IDT)

    Clickfool has scored again, nudging the Doomsday Clock one minute closer to midnight! Would that this were merely gallows humour, because the noose is big enough for the whole world, WWIII. World War I was sparked in the Balkans, but WWIII began to smoulder from the very beginnings of the State of Israel. The longer it burns, the harder to put out. Now as ever, the bottom line to peace is return to the 1967 lines. That is the price for Israel. The price for the Palestinians is acceptance of compensation instead of return. This is the tradeoff for a two state solution. A one state solution would be ideal, the best, but may be even harder for both sides to swallow. Meanwhile, like Nero, Bush is fiddling while Rome, the world organization gapes at its house on fire.

    from the article: No one to give them back to
    First published 00:00 28.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 28.06.07
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