Only PA leadership and radical left to blame for deadlock on peace deal!!! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dr Laurie
    • 26.10.11 | 04:52 (IST)

    2% of Israel think like the extreme left and they voted meretz. The majority of centrists in Israel are willing to make serious concessions for peace ( give up more than 50% of WB) but are not willing to go back to 67 borders. Even Jimmy Carter stated that Gush Etzion will remain in Israel's hands. The extreme left have convinced the arabs that they are the victims and that the reason there is no peace is due to "occupation" The left (Beilin, Sarid, Amos Oz, Grossman) must convince the Palestinians to accept a demilitarized PA state in 50% of the WB. The Arabs don't deserve anything for the following reasons: 1)They turned down the partition plan in 47 and declared war. 2)The said no to peace in 1967. 3)They preached hate from 1994-date and idolized terrorists and baby killers 4)They said no to Barak's offer in 2000 5)They set up a very corrupt PA in 1994 6)They killed thousands of pro Israel Arabs from 1987-date

    from the article: Former U.S. envoy: Mideast peace stalemate could lead to West Bank violence
    First published 00:46 26.10.11 | Last updated 00:46 26.10.11
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