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    • David
    • 19.11.07 | 10:07 (IST)

    Beilin is not a terror enabler. He is one of the brightest man in Israel. If he had been in power, there would have not been terror because the occupation would have ended and agreements found and Israel would be regarded as a great country. It is a pity for Israel that he is on the side. The orthodox jews and settlers are dictating the policy, that's Israel problems. Palestinians and in particular the OLP recognised Israel many years ago. Israel is as usual try to finding excuses not to join the peace process because Israel has little to gain and much too loose. Make peace means that several thousands of settlers would need to be relocated. Israel's government cannot do this, it is too weak; that's why there won't be any final status talks for many years to come. Hebron's settlers are stronger than Olmert. Of course, the Palestinians do not proove particularly clever when they speak and indeed they are professional loosers.

    from the article: It's better to stay home
    First published 00:00 19.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 19.11.07
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