Mr. Shavit is wrong in his analysis for two simple reasons: 1- The Palestinian problem is at the heart of Arab Israeli hostilities. No peace with any Arab countries would be lasting or sustainable without solving the Palestinian problem 2- A Palestinian state must be on the occupied territories of 1967, the West Bank and Gaza strip including east Jerusalem. Minor, very minor border adjustment can be worked out. This peace agreement must include either right of return or compensation for Palestinians who chose to give up their right of return.
Israeli man wounded in stabbing in central Jerusalem; circumstances still unclear (Haaretz)
from the article: Golan, not Jerusalem, is key to Mideast peace
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