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    • Stu in Dallas
    • 30.12.12 | 01:54 (IST)

    Tony, Tony, you keep crawling out from under your rock, to try and rewrite history. At Camp David, Barak offered Arafat just about everything and Arafat refused. Bill Clinton even blamed Arafat and now Arafat's wife admits that he gave the order for 2nd intafada. Then Olmert offered even more and was refused. Then Sharon withdrew from Gaza and Hamas violently threw out Fatah and Israel got rockets as a thank you. So what next? Netanyahu froze settlement expansion for 10 months to prove that your peace loving Palestinians weren't serious. What happened? Abbas waited 10 months until the final hour and demanded more time. In those 10 months he could have shown the world he was serious but he knew he wasn't. Grow up Tony and just admit people like you will never be satisfied with Israel's existence.

    from the article: Arab League chief calls last 20 years of Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations 'waste of time'
    First published 16:30 29.12.12 | Last updated 16:30 29.12.12
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