Now the PM of Israel attempts reverse psychology, well what's next? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Smadar
    • 16.06.11 | 07:00 (IDT)

    Yeah, there's something that's unacceptable here and that's playing the game of reverse psychology. PM Netanyahu knows very well the PA has negotiated with both Kadima and Labour those three principles he mentions, but he diverts to speak about the essence of any final status agreement, which is based on 1967 borderlines (which involves territory) not ideology or loving Israel! It seems we're at a point where PM Netanyahu has nothing more meaningful or beneficial to contribute to break the diplomatic impasse between Israel and the Palestinians. He continues to throw the curve-balls to get the onus diverted away from his (and his party's) intransigent approach to ever solving the Middle East conflict. We need statesmanship a la PM David Ben Gurion.

    from the article: Livni: Netanyahu calling the Israeli-Palestinian conflict insoluble buries chances for peace
    First published 02:16 16.06.11 | Last updated 02:16 16.06.11
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