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    • Danite
    • 16.04.06 | 15:41 (IDT)

    Just a comment on your post to me yesterday.Negotiations with Abbas despite your correct analysis of the internal situation in the PA and the capacity of Hamas to run intereference, can have important benefits to Israel if only in the political diplomatic propoganda arenas which are highly important.In the end a solution cannot be imposed and be accepted as legitimate.I fully support Olmerts withdrawls and unilateralism but he will never get those borders recognised as defacto or dejure.For that an agreement withinthe international consensus will have to be ultimate end game.I wish Olmert would both offer Abbas an end game that he could at least work with,and failing that or in the interim make his unilateral withdrals more within the international concensus.This would radically alter Israels postion and be a major blow to Hamas and the other freaks.I think Olmert might move on his postions once he is in govt and ruling with labor.It needs just a little more fine tuning.Regards

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