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    • Johnboy
    • 10.11.09 | 09:37 (IST)

    "Netanyahu has still made it clear that he is willing to negotiate an agreement with no preconditions." Translation: He insists on ditching all of Israel's prior committments before negotiations. Which then allows Netanyahu to sell the same goods twice...... "He says the same about a possible agreement with Syria." Yes, he wants to be able to wrap up the goods again, so that Israel can offer them for sale to Assad for a 2nd time. "Once he used those slogans to avoid the issue." There is not one person on Earth who would disagree with that statement. "Now, in his second term, Netanyahu wants to succeed and he has the parliamentary majority to do so." And your evidence for that is.... what, exactly? Isn't it more likely that he is up to the same tricks, and you are deluding yourself - or attempting to deceive us - by claiming that this time he is a "changed man"?

    from the article: Can Oslo take back Obama's Nobel?
    First published 01:45 10.11.09 | Last updated 08:38 10.11.09
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