Nearly every delegate at the Tel Aviv conference is happy to declare their belief in the two-state solution, and to explain why it's not yet possible.18:45 11.02.16 | 0 comments
Quite frankly, I don't know where to start with you. Qlthough the peace process is of course not a game there are rules to negotiating. Just like the Palestinians want their maximum but will get less, so will we. That is what is meant by negotiations and that is what every peace agreement since the beginning of time is about. The truly absurd statement you make about giving land back that was taken from Palestine really puts every other statement you have made into context. Get this once and for all, there never was a state of Palestine. You can not give to Tom if you took from Mark. Get it Ernst? That abrogrates the rest of what you said so I won't even bother with it. There was more property stolen from Jews from Arab lands and more refugees made as a result than any Palestinians. But what we did, as opposed to the Arab brethren, we took in our Jewish brethren and didn't leave them in aqualour forever to be used as a bat with wish to bash Israel. Disclaim any of that. I dare you. But if you do please stick to facts, because we can all make a well-reasoned arguement based on nonsense!