Oh dear Aluf ..What a kettle of slippery & fishy story is this? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • James T. USA
    • 25.01.11 | 02:32 (IST)

    Pardon me if I repeat what you wrote on the two last paragraphs.You wrote:Qureia offered to have the settlers of Ma'aleh Adumim remain in their homes under Palestinian rule? Wonder if they had consulted the Jews living under Arab rule,well had they?. You then proceed: Both proposals were rejected out of hand, and both contradict the official positions of the two sides. >> Proper as it would have undoubtedly done so anyhow. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must be enjoying the embarrassment caused to his two rivals, Livni and Abbas.Oh yeah for sure.And why not indeed Aluf old chap would you not feel the same were you in Netanyahu's place. But when the initial insult fades away, the Palestinians will be able to use the leaked documents to reinforce their claim that they have no partner on the Israeli side. Let them try surely Israel is used to their tricks of missing the opportunity,to miss an opportunity..This time the opportunity you are envisaging them to apply,will NOT,and I mean NOT work.At least as far as I can see. Do you think for one moment the Israeli public will acquiesce to such an outlandished act if Abbas/Qureia wishes to point out the rest of your paragraph below ...i.e "Just look, they'll say, we drew a map and agreed to effectively give up the right of return, and got nothing" Wow and BS sorry, Benny boy. Israel is not for sale irrespective of those two fellahs who may think what you are anticipating they may decide to bring in their socalled map..that will never be worth the paper written,barring to use in the lavatory....You must be having good vibes Aluf,but please do not jump to the unacceptable wrong conclusions. Must away,to watch my TV prog'

    from the article: Palestine papers show true partners for Mideast peace
    First published 00:56 25.01.11 | Last updated 00:56 25.01.11
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