Does Israel Want peace? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Maher
    • 08.05.05 | 06:57 (IDT)

    Israel Dos not want peace. The peace that the israeli government and the white House think they can give to Abbas is a few cities and call it a day. They want all the West Bank Cities are cut-off from each other. Israel continues to build the Aparthied Wall in the 21st century at the eyeful watch of the UN, US, Europe, and everyone else. Take for Example the City of Qalqilia with 100,000 people without access to their farms and source of life. Another village Habla next to Qalqilia, farmers originaly used to take 10 minutes to reach thier farms now they take 1:45Minutes with permission. If their is military action then might take 8 hours to reach if they waite. This is not to mention that all settlers are allowed to go into israel for their jobs freely and back in the evening. These settlers have been supported and helped to build their homes at the land stolen from Palestinian owners. IF ISRAEL WANT PEACE THEY SHOULD START WITHDRAWING FROM GAZA AND THE WEST BANK. THen they can have peace. IF ISRAEL Continues with its transigence then forget about peace. PEACE is a two-way street NOT One-way the Israeli way.

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    First published 00:00 06.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 06.05.05
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