Sadat didn't make peace because he wanted peace he wanted peace because he lost the war - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 22.11.10 | 09:13 (IST)

    The thepalestinian problem is they don't want to end war. Sadat also had to compromise on the things he wanted from Israel because he wanted alot more out of Israel than Sinai when he went to Camp David he got the minimum ( Sinai ) He did though accept something is better than nothing. The palestinian front don't want to deal with reality that they can'r have everything their own way. When Abbas first started all his nonsense on this freeze Bibi made a counter offer of the palestinians recognise Israel as a jewish state which Abbas refused. He also boasted about how if the palestinians were willing to compromise on issues then we would have reached a settlement years ago. The palestinias have never been willing to make compromises, its always been all or nothing and if we get nothing we whine about it and make threats of terror. Until the rest of the world gives the palestinians a kick up the backside and says compromise then we will still be playing this same game in another 60 years.

    from the article: Where is Anwar Sadat when Israel needs him?
    First published 01:04 22.11.10 | Last updated 01:04 22.11.10
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