the plo never wanted peace... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ben
    • 29.11.09 | 23:05 (IST)

    the pals want peace... just not those who are leading them... The PLO needs the maintain the occupation so they can maintain their power over the poor pals... Millions upon millions of dollars are taken by the corrupt leadership in the PLO... If the pals really wanted peace they would kick thier leaders to the curb and elect representatives who actually offer a peace deal that Israel can accept... All offers by the PLO have been made because they knew israel would not accept them... No other governtment in Israel has done so much to try to get peace... We simply require the pals to stand up against the status quo and accept it...

    from the article: Netanyahu: Israel wants peace, but Palestinians don't seem ready
    First published 19:40 29.11.09 | Last updated 21:53 29.11.09
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