Yet they have ALREADY announced that they are willing to cede that right and accept a state on less than half as much territory i.e. a state within the boundaries that existed in 1967. They are willing to concede what they never had it because of their stubborn and relentless denying of any jewish sovereignty in the region. Palestine does no exist because Palestinians never wanted it. Rejected the Peel proposals, rejected partition and rejected Clinton proposals in 2000. Instead of it, Israel was always ready to concede territories in exchange for peace as was proved with Egypt and Jordan, and even with Gaza. Moroever, Israel was and is ready to recognize a palestinian state, in borders that will be determined in NEGOTIATIONS What else? Who is the rejectionist here? Johnboy cannot get that Palestine and the legitimate borders of Palestine will be decided at the end of the day in NEGOTIATIONS WITH ISRAEL. I would suggest Pals not to trust U.N or Iran.
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from the article: Would Israel accept a state-and-a-half solution?
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