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    • Jerry
    • 30.05.06 | 09:35 (IDT)

    Hi Gina, The "offer" in 200 would have lead to the creation of economically non-viable cantons. No politician in his right mind would or could accept that on behalf of his own people. What offer are you talking about in 1967? - that's a straight question not a debating point. Golda Meir around that time was saying that there was no such thing as the Palestinian people so it seems odd that Israel would be "offering" them a state. There was the proposal for a Palestinian sate that came out of the Camp David talks in 1978 but that was turned down by Israel. I see you still have not answered my point about Olmert's comments to Congress. Re Intel: are you talking about the technology centre that was planned in 2005 before the election victory of Hamas and was put on hold becaue of "land issues" or something else?

    from the article: Between prisoners and captives
    First published 00:00 29.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 29.05.06
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