Israel pressured. Doesn't it take 2 to tango? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • David Kat
    • 15.01.06 | 11:10 (IST)

    Interesting analysis, with probably some truth in it too. So Israel can be prodded into concessions. We knew that, we saw that in Camp David, in 2000. So pray tell me Gideon Levy, Khalid, Shaid, Franzen, Dutch - what does it take for the Palestinians to extend a peaceful hand? A realistic offer, that reflects the reality, the results of the No-No-No of Khartoum? That reflects the joyful dancing under skirting Scuds? That acknowledges that Israel doesn't want drugged and brainwashed Palestinians blowing up with a hardware store around their waist? And don't give me that b-shit of "end the occupation", because Fatah started in '64, pre-West Bank occupation. We know the facts, now you be specific, give me an insight in exactly what you could live with. And let the Americans do the prodding. Because these children riding the backseat can't seem to manage by themselves

    from the article: One little telephone call
    First published 00:00 15.01.06 | Last updated 00:00 15.01.06
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