Such a wonderfully example of how Israel avoids peace - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 22.09.12 | 11:11 (IDT)

    Consider the "logic" of Ayalon's argument i.e. there can be no peace between Israel and Palestine until they address an issue that was (a) not caused by Palestinians, and was (b) not suffered by Israelis. So precisely how are the two sides meant to "resolve" this issue when they were neither the aggrieved nor the aggressor?

    from the article: Israel's Deputy FM Ayalon: There will be no peace without a just resolution of Jewish refugee problem
    First published 00:12 22.09.12 | Last updated 00:12 22.09.12
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