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    • zionist forever
    • 03.05.13 | 10:42 (IDT)

    You think Israel will agree to the borders of 181? Resolution 181 gave Israel 55% of Palestine minus Jaffa which would go to the arab state and the arabs would get 45% and neither side would get even 1 inch of Jerusalem which was going to remain an international entity. When the war of independence ended in 1949 and the ceasefire was declared Israel controlled 78% of Palestine, Jaffa and W. Jerusalem and of course no arab state was created. Judea and Samaria is only the remaining 22% of mandate Palestine Israel didn't capture in 1948/49. The oslo 2 state solution is based on giving the arabs 22% of mandate Palestine rather than the 45% + Jaffa that 181 allocated to be the arab state. Can you seriously see Israel giving up Jerusalem, Jaffa and an extra 23% of the country so we can create an arab state based on the border of 181?

    from the article: Despite new Arab League initiative, resumption of Israeli-Palestinian talks is nowhere in sight
    First published 21:23 01.05.13 | Last updated 21:23 01.05.13
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