that PM Olmert now openly declares to take the Saudi plan seriously - it's the only realistic walk to peace I can just now see, except if one would take the road map the Jerome Segal way, first agreeing on part 3, so that it gets evident why it would be smart to implement the first two parts; but concerning this road map approach we haven't as yet heard PM Olmert's views. Where there is a will there is a way. I don't see anything's wrong with the Saudi initiative even if at the end of the month meeting the "return" point isn't changed as I understand compensation is part of the suggestion. Would require fund raising. And much time for paying off, as already happened w/ other historical debts, in other places. Don't forget it really isn't "nothing" that so many lost their homeland at a time where others were getting their national independency! Start understanding the other side! At least now do something abt it!
Palestinian Red Crescent say 23 injured around West Bank and Jerusalem (Haaretz)
from the article: Hamas: No connection between Shalit release, formation of unity gov't