SDHS, first of all, please calm down, this is a debate and not a grade school sandbox. Now, the more important question is this: Is there any possibility at all that Bibi will accept an agreement that, say, does not include a formal recognition of Israel as the Jewish homeland? If not, then it does not matter if this is stated as a precondition, or stated at the end of talks. The end result will be the same, thus ultimately it is an Israeli condition. The only way it is not a precondition, is if there is actually a possibility that Bibi will accept an agreement w/o the Jewish recognition clause. So, is there a possibility? (I am not stating a position on the Jewish homeland recognition issue, btw, this is just an example of what ultimately can be seen as an Israeli precondition. I could have used the demilitarized ex as well). Again, more than happy to debate, but please don't be rude.
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