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    Should the World commit to the raising of a Palestinian State the solution is quite simple and not as complex as Israel would lead us to believe. Israel already has declared borders that are defined by Resolution 181 which it agreed to and accepted and was Internationally recognised upon. Palestinians have said Jews are welcome to live in Palestine as long as they become citizens and accept Palestinian Law.' Re-impose the Partition Plan. Leave settlers where they are. They then become Palestinian citizens and come under Palestinian rule. Those not wishing to become Palestinian citizens can return of their own volition to Israel. An Internation Force can be deployed to assist with the transition. Israel cannot expect to retain settlements as it was fully aware of their illegitimacy when they launched the Enterprise. Israel cannot complain either....it has had more than enough time to rectify the problem and has chosen not to. Either way Israel is responsible for any threat to its security as it chose to impose itself on someone elses land and chose to act outside of its recognised borders. The religious argument falls on deaf ears because no-one can impose their religious beliefs on another. It is long overdue that Israel put matters right and joined the rest of the World and attained its full economic and financial potential which up until now has been stunted by the Occupation and illegal settlements.

    from the article: U.S. efforts to renew Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations: Too little, too late?
    First published 22:42 31.05.13 | Last updated 10:05 31.05.13
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