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    • sami abu ismail
    • 25.11.09 | 22:18 (IST)

    May be Arabs friend of Israel would find this as a great gesture. Negotiations began when Arafat kicked out of Lebanon, discovered he either obey or become irrelevent. Since then the US and Arabs tried to cut the PLO to their liking. From 1983 to 2009, they negotiate and they may continue to do so forever. Shamir, once said that Israel can negotiate for hundreds of year until all Palestine is absorbed. Isreal is fouling themselves, if they think Abbas and his corrupt PLO, or Arab regimes would deliver anything valid.

    from the article: Netanyahu declares 10-month settlement freeze 'to restart peace talks'
    First published 13:36 25.11.09 | Last updated 20:07 08.12.09
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