Mahgoub Why not indeed ?but there is a cautionary tale behind it. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Richard
    • 03.04.10 | 18:02 (IDT)

    You say and I quote you:Let`s say if there was no terrorism, no rocket attacks, full peace... why wouldn`t Palestine be independent? Yes very good,but you put the CART before the HORSE friend. The first thing should be the aforementioned: i.e No terror,no bombs (and by the way what about Gilad Shalit)?who was abducted since three years.Should one forget about that? So,Mahgoub first THINGS FIRST:It should not be provisional but for a long,long period before Israel can deal with the latter,and accept Mr.Fayyad's vision. he has said nothing aout the accptance of the presense of Israel.None of them have said it. What do yuou think about that or understand friend? It`d keep the `Palestinians` happy, it`ll probably keep Israel happy, and they can have their dream of actually being Palestinians, rather than Jordanian / Egyptian Arabs Dreamland in PARADIZE

    from the article: Palestinian PM to Haaretz: We will have a state next year
    First published 01:07 02.04.10 | Last updated 11:44 02.04.10
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