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    • LanosIceland
    • 04.01.10 | 15:26 (IST)

    2,20,200, all unrealistic. Israeli-Palestinian 'peace' isnt about ending an armed conflict, otherwise it would be easy. These 'negotiations' are about 'how do we make the palestinians understand that they're facing a take it or leave it' situation!' You can't change a bully if the pupils, teachers and headmaster are on his side. You can't stop a thief if the police and judiciary are on his side. Palestinians are worthless creatures not worthy of humun dignity. If they were, then they would be accorded the same rights and protections as apartheid SA, or East Timor, Bosnia, the Iranian Opposition, Tibet, etc... How do you make an indigenous population disappear quietly and unnoticed(by whatever means possible)in the Info Tech age? Difficult. But making everyone think that it is God's will that you steal, imprison, murder and discriminate is a great start in implementing your final solution. Well done Israel, well done.

    from the article: Netanyahu: Change in the air over Israel-Palestinian peace talks
    First published 01:58 04.01.10 | Last updated 18:16 04.01.10
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