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    • Roberto
    • 14.11.12 | 07:12 (IST)

    Well we can't fire Netanyahu, so maybe he should fire our idiot Foreign Minister Lieberman who has as much sway on world politicians as the average nightclub bouncer he is. Next, I would stop building settlements. I have no clue wy we build them, and if we should have ever built settlements they should have been built for Israeli Arabs. The only place we should have the right build settlements for Jews is around Jerusalem. I don't understand why Israel should renounce the Oslo accords. Aren't they the accords that keep the PA pacified? Aren't they obligated to keep the peace? Why should we stop giving them taxes we collected for them. It is theirs give it to them. I suppose you can stop collecting, but not giving them the money you took for them is kind of dishonest. So that is it, tell the Palestinians to stop their march toward statehood. In return, fire Lieberman, stop settlement construction, and give them their money. And return to negotiating.

    from the article: Israel: We will annul Oslo Accords if Palestinians seek upgraded UN status
    First published 02:00 14.11.12 | Last updated 02:00 14.11.12
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