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    • Housam
    • 20.04.10 | 05:07 (IDT)

    As a Palestinian,I do admit to hating jews and being blinded by ones emotions,but that phase has has long left me and I am not looking back.I trully try to understand what does peace mean for Israeli's and when I read comments like the ones posted here I get really discouraged.I,like most of the arabians, distrust the likes of saudi arabia,however,You cannot fault them for not trying,if Israel was in any way open to even contemplate a genuine peace they would have at least responded with a counter proposal or even a gesture of good faith to an idea that could lead to the promise of a brighter future,but nothing.My family left the west bank in 48 and I am sure most refugee's would not want to come back(like myself)if it would involve a genuine peace,the question is,what is Israel truly(No BS) willing to give up for the same thing??I am afraid we all know the answer all too well...nothing.

    from the article: This Independence Day, Israel still turning its back on the Arab peace plan
    First published 00:48 19.04.10 | Last updated 15:23 19.04.10
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