Big Mistake to hurry and force the Process definitely will fail - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Chafeeka
    • 30.08.10 | 23:48 (IDT)

    Israeli-Palestinian negotiations are doomed to hit a brick wall because no Palestinian leader will accept anything less than what Yasser Arafat rejected at Camp David 10 years ago, and no Jewish prime minister will offer anything more, “No matter what we do, it seems no Palestinian leader who is willing to accept what Arafat rejected, and there isnt a Jewish prime minister who can give more than what Ehud Barak offered. At the same time, Shalom said he was in favor of the US-backed indirect talks because they may bring about a greater understanding between the sides. But talking is good and it is important to have realistic expectations, but As Much as US tries to be best mediator to everyone involved any attempt to rush and impose a solution, by the US or any other player, won’t work because no one will accept it. Israel will certainly not accept it

    from the article: U.S. sees Washington peace talks as start of year-long process
    First published 23:00 30.08.10 | Last updated 23:00 30.08.10
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