Accusing your opponent of your own faults: "They have absolutely no intention of compromising with us" is a strategy that easily backfires. First, it risks convincing the adversary that his opponent is dishonest, and secondly it risks that the opponent might say : "Since he already is convinced I have no intention of compromising, why would I compromise ?". In short, this is not very helpful in achieving a lasting peace.
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Diplomat David Govrin appointed Israel's new ambassador to Cairo pending cabinet approval (Haaretz)
from the article: Netanyahu: Palestinians have no intention of compromising with Israel