If you aren't willing to negotiate for your independence.... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Milton
    • 05.10.11 | 21:21 (IST)

    ...you will not get it. And it certainly won't be attained through terrorism. So basically this unwillingness to negotiate with Israel will result in continued misery and poverty for the Palestinian people who are dependent on handouts for their survival. And you will gain neither freedom nor independence as a result. Of course, the leaders of the PLO and Hamas will continue to eat well.

    from the article: Israel: Palestinian UNESCO bid is rejection of negotiations
    First published 20:22 05.10.11 | Last updated 20:22 05.10.11
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