Ivo #66; on Syria - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • David ben Avigdor
    • 13.08.06 | 19:54 (IDT)

    You raise a few points,but they are not critical. Nevertheless, just for the sake of precision: 1. The Arab League already has its peace plan, and it does not require negotiations to run in Parallel. Syria has already negotiated with Israel separately, the Palestinians too. For the Palestinians there is the "road map" which says nothing about Syria. The Syrians probably can get more if they conclude peace first. But if they insist, let them negotiate in parallel. (Negotiating separately was better, even in 1949.) 2. The people in Hamas who were ready (and did, I believe) agree to the Document, were Haniye and his government. The next step was to convince Meshal and the militants. The kidnapping of Shalit took place a day or two before the Haniye agreement. Never a chance to talk to Meshal. As you see the great progress in moderation, the expectation improves. By the time there is peace with Syria and Meshal is kicked out of Damascus and Lebanon, he may be more agreeable., hopefully. BG

    from the article: The 'morning after' commission
    First published 00:00 13.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 13.08.06
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