Ramzi Jabar on the right track - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Reid
    • 14.09.09 | 07:58 (IDT)

    Ramzi, Israel apologizes for its creation in return for recognition as a state of the Jewish people. Interesting idea since both sides reject each contention at present. Israel probably won't withdraw entirely to Green Line but it appears that most Israelis are willing to exchange territories for the major settlement blocs. The amount of territory is not that great - between 50 and 75 square miles. Israel already protects minorities as full citizens in its Basic Law. It has no written formal Constituation. Palestine has extreme anti-Jewish laws (like the death penalty for selling land to Jews) which they would have to change. Israel allowing in as many Pals as Jews remaining in Palestine. That is an interesting idea that deserves to be negotiated. Best wishes to you, Ramzi Jabar. I hope other Palestinians are as flexible as you are.

    from the article: EU sources: Terms set for renewal of Israel-PA talks
    First published 01:31 13.09.09 | Last updated 10:41 13.09.09
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