Palestinian envoy says UN recognition of Palestinian statehood would not harm the peace process, while Israeli ambassador says unilateral move would not lead to peace..So where does this lead to? Is it unacceptable or not. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • American in New York
    • 27.07.11 | 02:40 (IDT)

    This is getting boring by the day.One says one thing the other disputes it. Israel's ambasador is stating the truth of that I am positive.However still short of saying the PA is still walking out and not sitting down to negotiate..There is a saying (in another language)" many voices from many heads" Which in translation it amounts to: Too many cooks spoil the broth...Gee give them the state ...enough with this dithering..Their problems will start not when the day they acquire a state,but soon after it will dawn on them when the REAL troubles will begin in earnest.They have already approached the Arab League for money..Now that is when the BITE will show...

    from the article: Israeli, Palestinian envoys square off over UN recognition
    First published 22:42 26.07.11 | Last updated 22:42 26.07.11
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