Israel negotiated under Pal fire.Pal terror groups not dismantled - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Sam
    • 29.12.09 | 12:01 (IST)

    Looking for Israeli perfection prior to having negotiations is a joke. Israel has negotiated with Palestinians even under rocket fire and even though Palestinian terror groups have not been dismantled.There is a limit to the concessions Israel will offer Palestinians prior to negotiations especially when the chances something will actually happen are next to nil.There is no peace possible that doesn't leave a Jewish Israel and Palestinians go into hysterics whenever the question of an unlimited return of refugees and descendants is questioned.By contrast Israeli rejectionists are in the minority and can be replaced when a real peace deal seems possible and Israelis unite around the idea.In that case Netanyahu and Livni would easily have had a deal.

    from the article: Akiva Eldar / Why Netanyahu really wants Livni in his cabinet
    First published 01:46 29.12.09 | Last updated 11:18 29.12.09
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