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    • Gianni
    • 30.09.10 | 12:37 (IST)

    Steal ?? Why did they start four wars ?? had they not gone to war in 1967, there would be no discussion. their foolish leaders determined that it was more important to double-down than have their own State. Thievery exists in the Arab lexicon, where 22 Arab countries isn't enough. They need and demand the next entity, that they lost foolishly. They were never interested in a State prior to '67, when Jordan ran the show, nor should there be one now. However, for the sake of Peace, Israel is there with an outstretched hand. Problem is, they want everything, while offering Israel nothing but empty promises. Where are the consequences for their four wars ?? the Palestinians want to sweep it under the rug, turn back time, like nothing happened. Only Israel is forced to make concessions. WHERE ARE THE ARAB CONCESSIONS ?? If anyone is guilty of thievery, it is the Palestinians.

    from the article: Palestinians expected to leave direct talks
    First published 11:25 30.09.10 | Last updated 11:25 30.09.10
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