You're right about Golda's having rejected Sadat's peace offers. But notably a right-winger not only enabled them but succeeded in making peace with Egypt. But you yourself recently stated that 73% of Israelis never heard of the 2002 Arab Peace Initiative. And coming as it did in the midst of the 2nd intifada, their walkout from Camp David2, and Arafat's rejection of Taba, I'm not so sure it would have made that much difference. And despite Netanyahu it presently doesn't look like the Palestinians are doing very much to further the peace process either.
- 8:09 AM
from the article: Netanyahu doesn't have what it takes to make a bold move