Well Henry, I guess you too are frustrated with the Netanyahu government and its posturing on peace. I don't believe that threats made directly of say a Third Intifada or indirectly a disaster in the making are going to inspire anything positive. And for my money the real problem you have is that while Palestinians and Israelis continue to believe in peace neither believes that it is possible in the foreseeable future. So there are plenty of road blocks to the road map on both sides including the simple fact that the Israeli people re-elected a conservative Likud led government to insure stability and defend against a nuclear Iran instead of in search of a peace that the majority believes is unrealizable in the aftermath of the Second Intifada and the unsuccessful unilateral disengagement from Gaza.
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from the article: Netanyahu's two-state mask has slipped