#8 Ithamar: I respect that but what has it done? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 18.04.10 | 16:18 (IDT)

    The majority of Israelis do not believe peace with Palestinians is attainable. Has any significant percentage of the Israeli population risen up to demand an end to the occupation? What is the government that they elected? What has the state done to confront the colonists in the OT? Honestly, they have done nothing except create the conditions which have allowed the occupation to become more entrenched. Israel has peace with Egypt and Jordan. It has been offered peace by the Palestinians along lines generally agreed on by the international community. Israel has continuously refused to meet its internatinal obligations. As for the rhetorical attacks, those would be deflated if Israel would move toward peace and the creation of a Palestinian state. You seem to believe that Israel cannot existentially live among its neighbours who, regardless of Isael's conduct, will never accept it. Jordan and Egypt have already disproved that zionist rationalisation.

    from the article: The connections between Israeli greed and the existential threat
    First published 02:41 18.04.10 | Last updated 09:10 18.04.10
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