Rabin brought us the nightmare it was called oslo - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 26.10.09 | 18:27 (IST)

    Oslo didn't bring peace it brought suffering and death to both sides. Since the famous handshake on the White House lawn between Rabin & Arafat as a direct result of oslo thousands are dead ( Israelis & palestinians ) and we are no closer to peace than we were before oslo. If Rabin & Arafat wanted real, lasting peace they would have skipped the idea of timetables ( oslo was supposed to create an arab state by 1995 ) instead we should have said it takes as long as it takes starting with trust building. There would have been ups and downs, things would have stalled at times but because we were not rushing things when talks broke down they would have restarted from where we left off instead of from scratch. Peace doesn't come through documents it comes through trust and taking actions that lead to peace and the prize at the end is a bonus but real peace is the goal. As long as we work to timetables we will never have real peace, we may create an arab state but it wont bring real peace.

    from the article: Rabin's widow calls Netanyahu a 'nightmare' in decade-old letter
    First published 01:00 26.10.09 | Last updated 09:50 26.10.09
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