Ya'alon speaks with the king of Jordan at the Munich Security Conference about Middle East developments and possibilities of advancing the peace process.19:58 12.02.16 | 0 comments
Why, do the parties need to negotiate. You and the Arab side seems to know what the final deal must be. So, what is the price that the Arab side must pay, both as a matter of deterrence and justice, for invading in 1967, for denying Jews access to their most holy place of worship to which they have an undeniable historic connection that pre-dates any Arab claim, for treating that holy place as a garbage dump? I hear you saying, no problem, just give East Jerusulam "back" to the Arabs? Nother problem. Its one thing for the parties to have different negotiating positions at the start of negotiations. Quite another when one of those positions is that the other party has no right to exist and this "position" is acted on each and every day.