... in the forseeable future. He is experienced and i'm sure if he wanted to he could make some heads roll and konk a few together to get results. He withdrew from Lebanon, he seriously persued peace with the Pals, he tried with the Syrians. He barely left a stune unturned. In term of the Pals, in my opinion is was that cancerous terrorist rat of a traitor Arafat. In terms of the Syrian front, there are some serious complications and the Israeli public is too impatient and sensationalist to help him out or see anything go through. Barak: "We are to withdraw from the Golan Hights" Israel: "WHAT? YOU SELF HATING, TERRORIST APPEASING, ARAB LOVING, TRAITOR!" followed by a dozen Pulsa Dinuras. And from what history shows, he either dies of stroke or someone shoots him. Seriously speaking, Israel would want radar stations operated by the US and IDF on the Golan, as well as a 10 meter gap between the Lake and the Syrian border, this is the main sticking point.
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from the article: Not Peretz alone