1. "The Arab ultimatum is not a "framwork" for negotiations; it is a take-or-leave-it, non-negotiable list of demands with a threat of renewed hostilities if Israel refuses" Actually the details are negotiable. See quotes in my post #115. And it was not an "ultimatum". There was no threat of violence. There was a prediction that that is what will happen. 2. "The Green Line was never a border" Again? There are temporary borders too. A border is a boundary. The Green Line is still the border within which Israeli law applies (except Jerusalem and Golan). 3. "Israel has never asked the Palestinian`s to "give up everything" From 1977 (Begin) until 1992 (Shamir), Israel had no intention of having any Palestinian state. None whatsoever. 4. "Camp David is probably the best deal that the Palestinians are ever likely to see." Do you know what was offered at Taba?
Four Egypt security personnel killed by gunmen south of Cairo (Reuters)
from the article: PM willing to start dialogue with Saudis, join regional summit
Though the White House backed Turkey’s right to defend its territory, it also needs Russia for any diplomatic solution to the Syrian crisis.09:52 28.11.15 | 0 comments
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