It is amazing to me how the Israeli officials keep saying the Palestinians have this "All or nothing attitude". Not sure which world those officials/commentators are living in but 1967 borders represent 23% of historical Palestine. so accepting 1967 is by no stretch an "all or nothing" stance. My grand parents and family were forced out of their village in 1948 and yet we find it in our hearts and for the future of our kids and next generations to accept the very tough deal of accepting 1967 borders. If any Palestinian leader would compromise on that then he exposes him/her self to being called a traitor and some might want his head. If I were in Bibi's shoes I would know that it's in the best interest of Israel to make peace now and change the momentum in the region. I unfortunately don't think that he has what it takes to do it. Palestinians all over the world want a place to call home and live in peace but it?s the dream of a greater Israel that might one day lead to no Israel.
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from the article: Olmert's negotiator: Full Mideast peace impossible