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    • Hakam Shahwan
    • 22.05.11 | 15:49 (IDT)

    Ofcourse Israel is saying no to 1967 borders. This is because Israel holds the most advanced and developed arms in the region. The Zionist movement back in 1947 agreed to less what Israel has. Some people ask for more compromise from Palestinians. The only compromise we can offer at this stage is to sit and live in Refugee camps in Lebanon, Syria and Jordan. This is what some Israeli officials are asking for. A transfer. You know what, we say, do it and force us to leave because we will not leave by ourselves. Even getting rid of all the Palestinians from the 1967 areas will not help Israelis live in Peace. Why can't the Israeli leaders get it. We are tired of excuses such as the Palestinians want to expand. President Obama was talking of a demilitarized state and i believe we will agree. Our leadership is taking the right track in the past 6 months and is getting more support from its own people.

    from the article: Erekat: Netanyahu must accept Obama peace guidelines for talks to resume
    First published 14:54 22.05.11 | Last updated 14:54 22.05.11
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