Mr, Oren: most of us knew the truth - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Hassan
    • 21.03.10 | 01:13 (IST)

    He who didn,t know that the Israeli Government doesnot seek peace is a naive person to say the least.As a matter of fact most israeli govts. have found a way to avoid a peaceful solution . Israel was accepted at the U.N in 1949 under three main conditions:A. To accept the partition plan that gave her 56.5% of historic Palestine. B. To Allow the palestinian refugees go back to their homes and C. To treat the minorities living in Israel or the 56.5% fairly and wihout any discriminations. Israel has failed to meet any UN resolution regarding these conditions . On the contrary, we all know that Israel was established on 78% of Palestine and occupied the other 22% 1967.We also know what Mr. Netanyahu thinks of these 22%, he repeatedly claims that it is the land of his forfathers and nobody can prevent him from taking it by force , so what is so strange about Mr oren,s declaratio?

    from the article: Israel's U.S. envoy: 'No one can force us to make peace'
    First published 16:57 20.03.10 | Last updated 02:51 21.03.10
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