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    • Ailton
    • 18.04.05 | 19:18 (IDT)

    It's amazing to see the Israelis laying on the ruse that they will actually concede territory when they have no intention whatsoever of doing it, beyond the current evacuation, which if I was a betting man wouldn't lay a cent on ever taking place. Like one of the posters here mentioned, it's no more than a charade. The only way to achieve peace,is for the EU and the U.S. to join forces, draw up a plan that is roughly the return to pre-1967 borders with possible small adjustments in Israel's favor in return for small land exhange in the Negev with a Palestinian capital in east Jerusalem and free, unhindered access to all regious sites. Force it down the throat of both sides with deadlines and ultimatums. It has always been the only way and it will remain the only way out. AIPAC will fight it but what else is new? Otherwise, forget it, stop pretending it's possible to solve that conflict and let them all kill each other off, we are sick and tired of this.

    from the article: There's no partner
    First published 00:00 18.04.05 | Last updated 00:00 18.04.05
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