If there is no peace and there will be no peace - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Aby
    • 20.03.10 | 18:50 (IST)

    in the near future, then why Israel should not build new settlements? Lets review what had happend in the last 40 years. Egypt had accepted to make peace with Israel, gets the Sinai back and there is calm with Eypgt border, Syria if was clever enough like Eypgt if they would not miss the train to make peace with Israel at the time Egypt was making peace with Israel, today Golan was in Syrian soverignty. Arafat didn't accepted in 2000 Clintons plan now they playing the misrables. The reason Arafat didn't accepted was the right of return of 4 Million Pallies back to Israel. The issue is not building, the issue is to have an intension to make peace. Pals doesn't have any intension to make peace. If we wouldn't build they would create another pretex. if Pals wants to have a state they cannot impose any terms to Israel to make peace, like the pretex of right of return. Aby

    from the article: UN chief Ban in Ramallah: Settlements undermining peace
    First published 11:53 20.03.10 | Last updated 17:39 22.03.10
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