The New York businessman wasn’t the casino mogul's first choice for president, but Adelson concludes that he 'will be good for Israel.'08:23 06.05.16 | 0 comments
It is impossible to tell from the speeches and hand shakes at Annapolis what it will lead to. But it is clear that Israel policy makers should be extremely concerned if the idea is to agree on final status and then hastily implement the Israeli withdrawl and the creation of a Palestinian state. Such a state of affairs is likely to lead to Kassams on Tel Aviv and is unlikely to be accepted by Israel. There is away to avoid this. It is to agree today, ahead of time that there will be a negotiated staged detailed implementation agreement after the final status is agreed upon. This will create a plan which would allow a stable Palestinian state to come about through a careful planning of the stages of the implementation agreement. This is different from the Oslo and Road Map processses as the end result is known in advance, the final status which had been negotited earlier.