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    • norman a blumberg
    • 26.09.09 | 00:14 (IDT)

    You accuse D Litner of a short memory. I would regard that as a plus in preference to no memory, total amnesia and complete ignorance. Let me educate you into to the three No's from Khartoum in 1967: "No peace, no recognition and no negotiations". This came from the Arab League and has been reiterated over and over including quite recently, although I don't have current specific dates. You also overlook that the Saudi proposals were made with preconditions. No self respecting nation which has repeatedly wiped the floor, with its enemies who initiated one war after another, would agree to diktats and neither has Israel. And perhaps you will finally let the fact sink in that in 1948, 1956 and 1967, there were no "occupations". That adds up to a span of 19 years. And while on the subject, as I pen this post, Hamas and Nasrallah and all the other hangers on are still promising never, under any circumstances to recognise Israel. Do try to be a little more original.

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