Israel wants guaranteed funding for missile defense projects, while U.S. wants to phase out authorization for Israel to buy Israeli-made weapons and supplies with American security aid.23:11 03.05.16 | 0 comments
...Bronxite proves Bradley's point: "Burston assumes that because he is reasonable and able to see both sides, that his opponants must function with the same tools because they are fellow human beings. It`s not so." Wrong, it is true. Many examples abound. Hamas has made clear that it would abide by any deal Abu Mazen manages to make with Israel, as long as all the Palestinians, in Palestine and the diaspora, vote to accept the agreement. Palestinian PM Sayad Fayyad has said recently that Israelis wishing to stay on in Palestine can do so and be treated as well as Arab Israelis. The average Palestinian, and I know a lot of them, they just want to raise their families and find work. It seems though, people like you outnumber those of us who see both sides and genuinely seek peace ala the Arab Peace Initiative. At the mere mention of any viable deal, Israel's latest coalition government du jour crumbles. I believe there is simply no more chance for a two-state peace agreement.