ISRAEL Is The Obstacle To Peace! Not The Palestinians. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Proud Pal Defender
    • 17.09.07 | 11:28 (IST)

    I don't listen to a word ISRAEL has to say when it comes to giving reasons for not making peace with the Palestinians (meaning that they have their State (West Bank FIRST & Gaza when it's been resolved), with E Jerusalem as its capital). ISRAEL is obviously THE obstacle to peace. We saw this with Sharon, when instead of working with Abbas, he chose to undermine Abbas/peace & play Israel's usual games. Even AFTER-- Palestinians had voted for the MODERATE, NON-Terrorism supporter that Israel/the U.S. always said they wanted. ...Israel soon began saying the usual, "we have no partner for peace"...because ISRAEL wants no partner for peace (even if there actually is one). It Is CLEAR-- That no matter what the Palestinians do...Israel will ALWAYS find something/some reason...not to make peace with the Palestinians! It Is THE PALESTINIANS-- Who have no partner for peace! Not the other way around. ENOUGH!!! NO MORE delays.

    from the article: Best be pessimistic
    First published 00:00 17.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 17.09.07
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