SDHD: "Israel has had varying cards on the table at varying times in the game." Israel has NEVER laid its cards on the table. SDHD: "YOU said offers to negotiate are always take it or leave it." When a card player lays *his* cards on the table then *you* are not entitled to reach over and casually toss some of them into the bin. Yet Israel wants the Saudis to agree that Netanyahu can reach over and snatch a few cards out of Abdullah's hand. SDHD: "Offers to negotiate are not always take it or leave it." IF someone makes an offer, and *you* (a) don't want to take it, but *you* (b) don't want to leave it, then *you* (c) need to come up with a counter-offer. But what *you* don't have a right to do is to take to *their* offer with liquid-paper, scissors, and an eraser. It's *their* offer to *Israel*, SDHD. YOU seem to think it should be a book chapter written by Abdullah and edited by Netanyahu.
Egypt postpones verdict in retrial of Al Jazeera journalists to Aug. 29 (Reuters)
from the article: Clinton: U.S. won't impose peace deal, but Israel must do more