Here are the choices: 1) You can't take the land without the people, anymore. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Melissa
    • 24.07.13 | 20:32 (IDT)

    If Israel managed to take all of the land that she wants (not likely, anymore) she'll have a majority of the indigenous people as well. 2) If Israel accepts the Arab offer, she could get all of the land to the Green LIne, free and clear, and make it as Jewish as she wants. in the bargain, she gets trade and peace from all 23 Arab states. Everybody gets richer, and conflict ends. Or, 3) Israel can foot drag and stonewall, as the sanctions mount up, impoverishing her people, and maybe ending up with less than she has now. Simple,. really.

    from the article: Survey: 55% of Israelis say they're inclined to vote for peace deal
    First published 12:31 24.07.13 | Last updated 12:31 24.07.13
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