Mark Lincoln-#32-Very politically correct but factually inacurate - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Daniel Leopold
    • 11.07.06 | 04:43 (IDT)

    ""Mr. Olmert has decided that he will personally choose Israelis borders and would not be able to do that if he was to make peace."" Politically correct but factually inacurate as usual Mark. Have the Palestinians indicated yet which are the borders they need in order to make peace? "" Right now we took Gaza by force, and tomorrow we shall take the [West] Bank by force, and it will require conditions, sacrifices - that?s clear. But more compromises will not lead to liberation; more negotiation will not lead to liberation. But more sacrifices will lead to liberation, step by step. We are asked about [the borders of] '67. If Israel will retreat to the borders of '67, will we say no? But in any case we will not give up the rest of our Palestinian right, and not acknowledge the legitimacy of the Occupation [i.e. Israel within in the '49 borders] and not the legitimacy of Israel." [Al-Arabbiya (taken from Hamas website), January 23, 2006]"" Reality check for you Mark.

    from the article: Between cease-fire and flame-fanning
    First published 00:00 10.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 10.07.06
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