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    • Abdul Salam from Eurabia
    • 03.10.10 | 18:47 (IST)

    Sit down and talk borders ! Enough pussy-footing around. Ordinary people want peace, the elected policians owe it to their electorate. Well, is Abou Mazen still the elected representative of the Palestinian people ? Perhaps they should have new elections or referendums now to clarify the position of ordinary people . Are ordinary people knowledgeable enough to judge what's best for them or are they conditioned to long held views of the past ? CONCENTRATE ON DEFINING BORDERS NOW ! Have a country called Palestine and continue talking to eternity. At least we would have two states and basta. When everyone feels at home , behaviour will improve. Now if borders cannot be agreed upon, status-quo will just continue , however unsatisfactory for all concerned. Never mind freezing construction in the West Bank, it has been going on for decades, 2 months is neither here nor there. Lets take a higher view, not a petty excuse.

    from the article: Abbas: Peace talks at impasse, but we are searching for solution
    First published 17:42 03.10.10 | Last updated 17:42 03.10.10
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