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    • Dave from Chicago
    • 17.01.10 | 20:46 (IST)

    ....than they already have. Which is the temporary freeze, the easing of roadblocks and the building of the Palestinian West Bank economy. Hear me clearly, THERE WILL BE NO PEACE AGREEMENT IN THE NEAR TERM. Instead, there will be a quiet peace of sorts. Kind of what is going on now. The Palestinians will build a quasi state, with Israel's help, while never "compromising" their big demands. Things will improve for the Palestinians significantly in this sort of "un-official" peace. If the PA would stop it's state sponsored incitement then in ten years or so a chance for a real peace agreement could take place. If not, then the quiet peace will continue. There will be occasional flare up's and certainly Hamas and Hezbollah are big problems with the Iranian threat really looming. But, as far as West Bank "Palestine", things will continue to evolve to an "un-official" peace. We all would probably be better off if it stopped being such a cornerstone of the news, etc.

    from the article: Abbas to U.S.: Peace talks won't work until Israel given red lines
    First published 17:54 17.01.10 | Last updated 19:07 17.01.10
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