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    • Rasmus
    • 30.05.13 | 22:50 (IDT)

    Reading the comments about the Palestinians 'avoiding' resuming peace talks tmakes you think that they might have one or more good reasons. 1) Resuming peace talks while the settlement interprise continues are conditions which are not accepable 2) No other country would be able to continue building on stolen land without an outcry comdemning lawless appropiation of land belonging to an other state. 3) Israel is like a spoiled and capricious child spoiled beyond all reasonable acceptance. It's time for israel to grow up, to stand on its own feet without the US giving in to israel building 'Jewish neighbourhoods' in the West Bank and its apartheid politics towards the Palestinians. 4) All UN resolutions are being ignored by Israel, and nobody says a word. 5) The Palestinians are happy about the status quo and therefore don't see any reason for change???????

    from the article: Israeli officials: Palestinian leaders inventing excuses to avoid resuming peace talks
    First published 14:13 30.05.13 | Last updated 13:52 30.05.13
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