The only thing that's changed about the peace process is..... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Morgan Thaler
    • 02.01.11 | 05:34 (IST)

    that when the Palestinians return to violence most reasonable people will sympathize with them because they have ived as "second-class citizens" long enough. The more peaceful the Palestinians are the less inclined Israel is to make peace with them. After all, from the Israeli perspective while there's no violence, there's no problem. The fact the Palestinians have no acces to the best resources and get justice when being attacked by settlers doesn't matter to the Israelis. "They deserve it." Even no Israeli would accept to live under these conditons. Eventually (though still many years away) Israel will lose all support, even among Jews living outside Israel. When that happens I sympathize with them. They have their chance to make peace now and maybe more a few more years yet before the Palestinians resume the armed struggle.

    from the article: U.S. officials: Barak 'deceived' us about his role in peace process
    First published 01:25 02.01.11 | Last updated 01:25 02.01.11
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