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    • Moshe -New Zealand
    • 17.09.11 | 01:48 (IDT)

    I dont understand what Mr Netanyahu wants from the Pals!! He was very clear before the US Congress that the 67s borders were "indefensibles"therefore any future negotiation would be without discussing about the borders and Jerusalem.What does he really want from the Pals? Negotiations?20 years more?,The Pals should now be focoused in Hammas,this terrorist group doesnt want peace or recognition of the State of Israel.However,if the PA uses its moderate tools I am sure it could eventially drag in the Hammas to negotiations with Israel but the latter doesnt want to deal with Hammas.Pals cant wait any longer,the International community support the Plas UN bid,now Israel wants negotiation.How about settlements constructions? Bibi,is too late dont you think?

    from the article: Netanyahu: Negotiations only way to achieve Israeli-Palestinian peace
    First published 23:44 16.09.11 | Last updated 23:44 16.09.11
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