It wasn't until Peres spoke, that I... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ronen
    • 28.03.10 | 08:26 (IDT)

    Began to see it in a different light... Peres is old-school Isreal and what I consider more Israeli origin rooted than Netanyahu. If Peres says stop building, then STOP BUILDING! Indeed I understand as an Israeli myself, it's hard for any Jew to accept the thought of Jerusalem dare be called anything but a Jewish capital, but I have no problem letting the Arabs have their tiny neighborhoods in East Jerusalem so they can declare a state already and she the hell up for once. The peace agreement should be, let them have the Arab neighborhoods to form their capital, but in the treaty it should say in CLEAR WRITING, if they DARE fight us ONE MORE TIME, all bets are off and Jerusalem will forever be ousted by Arabs. Give them an inch, if they bight back, you now have a reason to finish them once and for all. Netanyahu is not playing chess, he is playing like he's the ego-centric captain of the football team. This is not football here, this is chess, start playing chess Bibi, it's easy

    from the article: Peres blames Netanyahu for breaching Jerusalem status quo
    First published 01:36 28.03.10 | Last updated 02:02 28.03.10
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