So Mr. Shavit know what has to be done? Really? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • The Progressive Populist
    • 27.01.11 | 14:41 (IST)

    "15 years of stupidity". " A sham". "False paradigm". "No partners for peace". "No chance for a permanent peace". That is, according to Mr. Shavit, what is going on inside the box, whereas he apparently is outside, and therefore knows what has to be done. Really? Is that a serious approach? I have seen and heard about 4 millon people that "knows" how to make peace in the Middle East, between the israelis and palestinians. Please. The whole "during 15 years they just did stupid errors - but I know better"-aittitude is not convincing. However, also I know what has to be done: The US must lead and Impose Now. Otherwise the mess will go on. But since concentional wisdom says no to imposed solutions, the US will not take the lead and impose, and therefore: no peacedeal. And why is that? Because there are too many israelis AND palestinians that simply are not ready to compromise.

    from the article: At the very least, a de facto two-state solution is needed
    First published 00:52 27.01.11 | Last updated 00:52 27.01.11
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