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    • Tim R
    • 07.02.10 | 10:36 (IST)

    Israel offered peace to the Arabs ever since it's creation in 1948 and in particular: 1. After it's 1967 victory 2. In 2000 Camp David 3. In 2001 Taba 4. Several offers by Olmert in the last few years 5. It even responded positively to the 2002 Saudi offer but wanted to further negotiate aspects of the offer. And what did Israel get in response? - Intransigence - Threats - Ultimatums - Terror - Pre-conditions - No "give" but lots of "take" This brings us to the current situation in which Abbas refuses even to negotiate with Israel. So, my question is this: Which side is the one who seems to be afraid of peace? To me at least the answer seems to be obvious: It's NOT Israel but the Palestinian Arabs are the ones who to try to avoid peace like the plague ... I don't know, is it just me? Or are there some other folk who see it my way?

    from the article: Fear of peace will be the death of Israel
    First published 12:48 03.02.10 | Last updated 12:48 03.02.10
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