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    • Good Advice
    • 20.11.10 | 21:39 (IST)

    1 Both the US and the EU should halt all aid to both the Jews and the Palestinians. 2 Give Fatah and Hamas 90 days to come with unified proposals to a permanent peace. On the 91st day if they do not come with unified proposals then they should forget about a Palestinian state but a One State solution starts taking place. 3 If the Fatah and Hamas comes up with unified proposals then lock them in a big room together with the Israelis until they come out with a solution. In the meantime all aid should be on hold to all of them. 4 If they manage to agree, financial help should only be given for a specified period of time to be spent in accordance with the donors wishes. They'l have to learn to live together as other civilized nations do. 5 The money saved could be well used both in US and EU.

    from the article: Former U.S. envoy to Israel: Washington will regret its settlement freeze bribe
    First published 20:20 20.11.10 | Last updated 20:20 20.11.10
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