A race to draw the maps. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Akram Zekaria
    • 11.09.06 | 08:23 (IDT)

    It looks like the coulds are gathering after the "summer rain". The following attracted my attention in the editorial not for the same reason:'Two events are shaping our present and will shap our future' Amos Schocken. In fact I bielve it is one event, which is taking place between Cairo &Aman. It started by Amer Mossa when he said 'the pace plan is dead'. The first signal came from Olmert in in his 'covergency' plan. It seems that Egypt and Jordan have a plan under their sleeves.The plan roughly consisting for drawning the Palestine map before Olmert draws the Israel map. Mubarak/ Abdullah map consist in addition to Gaza the West Bank plus part of Jerusalem and the refugees will return and those who will not return to Palestine will be compansated. The carrot will be peace with Arab Countries. The stick, both Egypt and Jordan will suspend their peace agreement with Israel.(Both regimes are worried about thier future &needed badly to show thier Arab credentials.

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    First published 00:00 10.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 10.09.06
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