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    • Gil
    • 27.04.10 | 20:46 (IDT)

    Hi David, The Arab peace plan is far more than simply making peace in exchange for 67 borders. Are you aware of the other elements of the Arab peace plan? 1.) East Jerusalem as the capital of the Palestinian state 2.) Resolution of Right of Return - Arab position has consistently indicated full ROR as the only "fair" solution, and that is a huge nonstarter for Israel. 3.) 67 borders 4.) contiguous land between Gaza and WB Quite a bit more than what you stated. Interesting that you would apply Eban's famous remark about the Palestinian Arabs to Israel - are you aware of the many opportunities the Palestinians have missed due to an overwhelming inability to simply acknowledge Israel's right to exist. The Palestinian position on the "peace process" has pretty much been that Israel must concede to all demands before sitting down to negotiate. Doesn't make sense or seem fair in the least. What do you think? Cheers, Gil

    from the article: Not all Palestinians buy Fayyad's vision of state by 2011
    First published 10:55 27.04.10 | Last updated 14:01 27.04.10
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