what one wants, in other words submit the other to one*s WILL. This is what Clinton*s "roaring" was/is about. It is civilized and respectful to talk face-to-face with an eye-contact, person-to-person and hear out everybody*s point of view. In that manner the negotiations should be conducted, in my opinion, and in no situation the Israeli negotiators should accept to be treated with anything less: that even ressembles disrespectful attitude or rhetoric. Israel matters to us. It is important for us to also feel good about a peace arrangement, where our wishes and needs have been taken into account and are respected. We don*t want peace that is designed by others and forced on us. By how the Quartet makes unilateral decisions about the fate of Israel without her presence to judge, I think they need be sent to a course on logotherapy first.
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