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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 28.07.10 | 16:02 (IDT)

    To expect the PA to sit down with this government of Israel is ridiculous. Why? Because the PA is prepared to discuss borders and that the guiding principle of that discussion is to be what the international community views as being the legitimate starting point: the borders as they existed before June 6, 1967. The PA has committed to a two state solution. So has Israel....verbally. But what are they doing? They are saying while we discus borders, we are going to take more land that you thought would be incorporated into the State of Palestine. And the PA is just supposed to sit back and nod to the moldovan pitbull, yessah, yessah! And to show the world that the moldovan pitbull has a generous heart, what is he will to do? Say to the PA:"and you can have our Arabs and their towns but we get: EAST JERUSLAEM, THE WEST BANK AND THE JORDAN VALLEY. TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT! And the pressure is on Abbas!!??

    from the article: Israel: Palestinians have set 'impossible' conditions for direct peace talks
    First published 14:38 28.07.10 | Last updated 14:38 28.07.10
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