A new term will mean a different take on Middle East peace - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • chris
    • 08.11.12 | 07:09 (IST)

    Yes, it will mean the following: 1967 withdrawal with equal land swap, east Jerusalem as the Palestinian capital, compensation by Israel for those in exile that do not wish to return, to those who want to return they will inherit the illegal settlements build on Palestinian stolen land, demilitarized Palestine, Jews want to stay in Palestine will have a palestinian citizenship with full rights and the same for the native Palestinian live in historic now known as Israel. This has always been the US, UN, and the whole world view since 1967 and you heard that loud and clear when the Democrats boo the Jerusalem issue in their convention. For the sake of Israel Netanyahu should be voted out of office because he is an obstacle to peace. If not then war is what on the horizon god forbid, and more legitimacy to right wing fanatics on both side.

    from the article: For Obama, a new term could mean a different take on Middle East peace
    First published 23:45 07.11.12 | Last updated 23:45 07.11.12
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