From rejection to rejection nothing will remain - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Moshe From Israel
    • 25.09.11 | 02:07 (IDT)

    The Palestinian leadership rejected the UN partition plan in 1947 and declared war which they lost. since then they rejected several peace plans including Oslo by lunching Intifada II war and lost. They tried again and again to force the victor, Israel to submit. Unheard in word history. By meantime from rejection to rejection and from defeat to defeat the land left for them continues shrinking. Israel would work out a peaceful solution with the if not for their corrupt, arrogant, and violent leaders. What makes matters worse that the threatening and violent behavior from the Palestinian side encourages and promote the extreme and projectionist people in Israel. Threats, violence, and accusations never brought peace. The usual result; more suffering. Israel and Palestine must stop accusing each other. The only way that would work would be; just sit-down and talk.

    from the article: Following statehood bid, Abbas seeks to change Oslo Accords
    First published 00:48 25.09.11 | Last updated 00:48 25.09.11
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