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    • pants_on_fire
    • 25.02.11 | 06:41 (IST)

    are getting more and more angry at Israel and the US, and stuff that was said behind closed doors is becoming public. It may not be too much longer before Bibi is called a liar direct to his face in public by multiple non-US leaders in Europe and elsewhere. How are Israelis so blind to what is their very likely fate as the US declines in power, the Arabs increase in power and country after country sides with the Arabs? Either the Palestinians get a reasonable state or Israel is going to eventually lose its last war. Israel has ONLY three choices: - A fair two-state solution (in other words, remove 500,000 Israelis from the WB, using force if necessary), or - A one state solution where Jews end up being a large minority in a secular state, or - Massive war which Israel loses (there is no way for Israel to win the next war, no matter how powerful Israelis think they are). These are the ONLY THREE options - So pick the one that is best for the most Israelis! I recommend the two state solution even though it means Israeli civil war

    from the article: Merkel chides Netanyahu for failing to make 'a single step to advance peace'
    First published 02:10 25.02.11 | Last updated 02:10 25.02.11
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