"This is exactly the position put forward by Sharonsksy" Do you mean Shcharansky? Well, sometimes you do find yourself agreeing with someone whose other views are diametrically opposed to your own. Unilateral peace does not exist, I agree. The only kind of peace that exists is at least bilateral and more often than not multilateral. But far from believing that it cannot be negotiated because there is no partner, I believe it must be; partners are there and we have often ignored them. And far from not returning territory gained since 1967, I believe we must and we will, in return for agreed and internationally guaranteed peace. A Middle East in which an Israel with a fixed border takes its place as a good neighbor. That is where I suspect Shcharansky, you and I might not see eye to eye.
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