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    • Neil
    • 14.10.07 | 06:49 (IST)

    As I have posted before. What is Israel going to do to try to scupper the Peace negotiations? Last time, it was dropping a one ton bomb in a residential neighborhood in Gaza trying to kill a Peace activist that they labeled as a terrorist. It killed many women and children and injured over 130 civilians. This time. - A religious insult to Islam as set out above? - A False Flag attack on Israel? - Further indiscriminate killings? - The fact that arms get smuggled to Hamas in Gaza? Which Israel has excluded from talks anyway so I don't know why this should be of issue. Abu Masen has no control there. What do Israelis have to fear from starting a peace process except the opportunity to continue to build settlements and steal land. I don't know why they bother. The status Quo is the Green Line and anything that they build on thew Palestinian side stays in Palestine. Any settlers become Palestinians. That is the start of negotiations. If not now, then next yr, or in 50 yrs time.

    from the article: Mugrabi excavations delayed due to appeal by Arab minister
    First published 00:00 14.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 14.10.07
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