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    • A mother
    • 30.09.10 | 11:51 (IST)

    As an Israeli citizen I get myself the impression our government is just not doing anything to make Peace. Not enough that the West Bank is full of settlements, which mostly will have to go in a final agreement, but what is this idea to continue expanding them as if there are no steps to be taken towards a Palestinian state. Everything does not go further than big talk in ceremonies on foreign soil. No gestures, no preparing of the people, not even for the scenario what will be after these talks break down. On top of all this you get a Lieberman tramping like a bull through a cupboard with porclain, leaving nothing but distrust, question marks and disgust. Sick of it, Lieberman go home and this government go home, you failed on every level.

    from the article: Palestinians expected to leave direct talks
    First published 11:25 30.09.10 | Last updated 11:25 30.09.10
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