It's the incitement, Stupid. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Yerachmiel Mordechai
    • 01.09.10 | 12:47 (IDT)

    Money can't buy you love and land can't buy you peace. In almost every newspaper and blog around the world the lead-in is how Israel needs to make land concessions and stop the building os settlements. The reason that the left is descendent and its message doesn't resonate is because its just not true, its an illusion. There is no peace in the middle east because the arab world, fronted by the Palestinians, continues to incite their people against Jews and Israel. You can change the words, call Jews everything from peace-nicks to settlers and the underlying truth stays the same. Muslims are incited to kill Jews. Until that changes, and until that reality is recognized, until the world opens its eyes to what they have denied for so long, there will be no peace. When the world see the problem here as it really is, that the incitement needs to be stopped and that the arab world has to make real a decision to acknowledge that Jews have a connection to their ancestral homeland, then there will be Peace Now.

    from the article: Barak to Haaretz: Israel ready to cede parts of Jerusalem in peace deal
    First published 00:53 01.09.10 | Last updated 00:53 01.09.10
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