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    • Ivo
    • 13.08.06 | 18:19 (IDT)

    - Y.Beilin's ideas are not that new/revolutionary anymore, Fatima. Why do you think the Oslo agreement had such a wide support in Israel(Beilin being one of its main architects)? Basically, a sufficient majority of Israelis is still willing to get to a far-reaching agreement with the Pals. You seem to be placing all the burden & responsibility for their misery on Israel, as if Isrelis had any interest in subduing this people, holding on to their lands & withholding their human rights. If it was only a question of that, the Pals would've had their state years ago. Unfortunately it isn't. Try to see also the concerns of the other side & who has been torpedoing all possibilities of agreements. What you're stating are the obvious things that everybody knows, but they are not the crux of the matter. Regards & shalom, -

    from the article: The 'morning after' commission
    First published 00:00 13.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 13.08.06
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