As long as "Palestine" is a code word for destroying Israel there will be nation of such a name and no peace - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Chaim Ben Kahan
    • 09.11.11 | 22:02 (IST)

    Lets face reality, the PLO has not changed it's goals since it's inception in 1964. The PLO has not changed it's charter either although required by OSLO to do so. The PLO has not given up terrorism and was guilty of many attacks by their terror wing the Tanzim and Al Asqa Brigades. The PLO has admitted publicly that they had no intention of making peace or following OSLO. To this day the PA has tv shows with cartoons to instill hatred in the minds of Arab children. It is clear that no peace can be made with such hate filled people. Let us wake up and take a step back, so that we can take a step forward. We must take the PLO state off the table. This is the price of the PLO UN bid. We must annex our homeland and offer civil autonomy and permanent residency to Arabs who want peace and want to remain in Israel.

    from the article: Security Council report reveals discord over fate of Palestinian statehood bid
    First published 21:06 09.11.11 | Last updated 21:06 09.11.11
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