"Palestinians' blood was boiling in the face of Israeli brutality" Sure you're not thinking about the waves of suicide bombers? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • JW
    • 31.07.13 | 03:30 (IDT)

    But I can see why you guys must have been outraged. It must have been quite an outrage for Palestinians when Ehud Barak and Bill Clinton offered Arafat 100% of Gaza, 95% of the West Bank, and a re-division of Jerusalem in return for ending this blood feud and further claims once and for all. And then there must have been further outrage from you guys when Israel and the US were left dumbfounded when Arafat walked out of the peace talks without even a counter-offer, launching the Intifada and waves of suicide bombers killing more Israeli civilians that in all the years before the so-called Oslo Peace Accords, with the excuse that Ariel Sharon, who wasn't even in the government at the time, took a walk on the Temple Mount. Sort of like attacking the US while Obama is president because of something a Republican politician did. Yeah, the Israelis get real weird that way, for sure.

    from the article: The Palestinians' chess game
    First published 08:49 29.07.13 | Last updated 18:49 28.07.13
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