Ravi asks: "post the 67 war israel offered the arabs just what the arabs are offering the jewish state today.... so why the hesitation?....the temptation to move goal posts is a sign of immature arrogance... grab it while you can... this offer is not open ended... tomorrow al qaida may be in charge... thanks to israel" Ravi, take a bus to you local car dealer and ask him for a 2007 model at 1967 prices. You will likely learn a lesson in how the prices of things change. Insist that he take your offer or leave it, and you will find yourself ridding the bus on the way home, too. Time has moved on, much Israeli blood has been spilled, investments have been made, new communities have arisen where before stood only dusty hills. Moreover, due to the numerous wars and ongoing terrorism, the buyer appears to be a poor credit risk and devalues the currency in which this take-it-or-leave-it offer is made.
Palestinian teen arrested for allegedly rioting in East Jerusalem (Haaretz)
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