Talks, talks what talks? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dutch Dirk
    • 14.05.07 | 12:28 (IDT)

    Talks with Syria should aim that they will abandon their support to Hezbollah? Is this Mossad chief mentally sane? Does he really think that after Israel's years of 'talks' with the Palestinians, gives the Syrians any reason to believe that Israel is acting in good faith? This Mossad chief seems to be a fundamentalist and not a realist. The Palestinians got nothing in return during their years of 'talks' with Israel. So does the guy really think that the Syrians are plain stupid? Talks will mean negotiate and mutual negotiations upon the give and take principle. Talking for the sake of just talking, as Israel is doing, will lead to nowhere except frustration and angryness etc. [When I look this Mossad guy in his eyes, I for sure know that I can't trust him.]

    from the article: Mossad chief says Syria won't break Hezbollah ties
    First published 00:00 14.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 14.05.07
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